Maybe Polynesian, ranch and mayo because those don’t belong on anything edible.
Yogurt and soy are for queers and maybe some farm animals.
NOTHING can replace ketchup, mustard or BBQ sauce.
And if I hear one rude joke about HP, Frank’s Red Hot or Worcestershire
from the usual suspects… violence will be on the menu!
I will tolerate no dissention
on this important topic.
That reminds me of a recipe my dad found in the newspaper and tried. It was a blend of spaghetti sauce and chili. It was God Awful. Either make chili or spaghetti sauce but don't stir the two together. So no, that bottle isn't even going in my shopping cart.ReplyDelete
It’s probably one of those ideas that sounds good at first glance, Deb. We’re I not supervised by rational adults in the kitchen… it sounds like a mistake I might make…😂Delete
No, it does not sounds good at first glance. It sounds like ruination on a platter.Delete
HAR! You’re probably speaking from experience! 😊👍Delete
I have no idea what possessed Pops into thinking it was a good idea, other than it was published in the local newspaper by supposed experts in cooking. Plus Mom was grousing about Dad's limited repertoire of cooking ideas. Mom was still working, Dad was retired. In his defense, she did say she would eat whatever he cooked. She got some real doozies until he figured out how to scrutinize a recipe for edibility.Delete
"... she did say she would eat whatever he cooked"Delete
You have inadvertently stumbled upon the plan my dear. "How to cure mom from wanting me to cook - in one easy step."
Please everyone read the bottom of the label, "Obvious plant". Fake label, product does not exist.ReplyDelete
This is the kind of nonsense I was talking about! It’s on the internet. It HAS to be true!Delete
Poor Gregg, he has seen so much fake news that he can’t spot clear and present threats and danger!
Ketchup is for people who don't know how to grow tomatoes.ReplyDelete
Botulism in a bottle??? sounds positively disgusting.ReplyDelete
Frank's is only for children under 6. Just bland paste. If you want a real hot sauce, try Dave's Insanity Hot Sauce. It's not too hot, made with hab peppers. Now that ghost pepper, that's for old Texans and pros. Don't even try it. I use a teaspoon on a breakfast taco (bacon, eggs, cheese, bacon, onions and bacon). Yeah, I like bacon.ReplyDelete
Although it is certainly not a base sauce, may I not so humbly submit that Tabasco is a most broadly useful condiment.ReplyDelete
... but I was raised in Louisiana, so there's that.