Mayochup

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  1. Irish Pixie

    Irish Pixie Well-Known Member

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    One of my favorite sushi rolls has yum yum sauce, it's very good on a volcano roll.

    ETA: I think a variation of yum yum sauce is in some poke bowls too. They are my new favorite food.
     
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  2. IndyDave

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    I tried to find the perfect ratio to make my own. Never quite got it perfected before life got in the way and I got overloaded with other things and haven't revisited this project yet.
     

  3. Shine

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    Something that stuck in me is those packs that used to come in the Mrs. Paul's Fish Sticks box. You were supposed to add them to Mayonnaise. Never knew what was in them but I loved the flavor. Figured out how to make something similar, Tartar sauce, French Dressing and Dill Pickle Juice.

    Wondermous
     
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    Wolf mom Well-Known Member

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    Just one more way to standardize the palate. Loss of creativity.

    What I put on my French Fries?? Only a good malt vinegar!! (when I can get it in a restaurant)
     
  5. HorseMom

    HorseMom Well-Known Member Supporter

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    You don't put mayo and ketchup on your burgers?

    When I was in high school, I would get fries for my lunch. I would mix ketchup and mayo to dip them in. Everyone did it. It was amazing! Sometimes if I have BK fries I'll do that cause it takes me back to good days
     
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    HorseMom Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Blue cheese, no thanks. You can have your moldy cheese
     
  7. Cornhusker

    Cornhusker Unapologetically me Supporter

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    Never mixed ketchup and mayo, but it doesn't sound too bad.
    I use Dorothy Lynch on just about everything if I use anything at all.
     
  8. Bearfootfarm

    Bearfootfarm Hello, hello....is there anybody in there.....? Supporter

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    That's why I prefer to mix my own.

    A jar of grated Horseradish will keep nearly forever and you can mix it to suit your own tastes.

    We also keep an assortment of vinegars ranging from sweet Sushi and Rice Wine vinegar or Balsamic Vinegar to more tart Cider vinegars.

    My wife once bought a couple of entire cases of Balsamic Vinegar because she saw a guy at the store taking them off the shelf. He was going to throw them away because "they were too old".

    I guess he didn't know the best ones are aged 50-100 years.
    We've been using them for about 20 years now and they still taste fine.
     
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    Bearfootfarm Hello, hello....is there anybody in there.....? Supporter

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    Many "French" dressings start out as Mayo and Ketchup mixed.
    I used to make my own when I was about 10 years old because everybody else liked Italian.
     
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    I am deeply offended by this adulteration of two pure condiments. Therefore it is hate food. It must be banned in the US or at least on every college campus.
     
  11. HDRider

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    I like a strong horseradish with that wasabi-like bite. I have found it oxidizes and looses potency over time.
     
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    I've seldom had a jar last that long since my wife and I both like it on many things.
     
  13. emdeengee

    emdeengee Well-Known Member

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    I would not pay someone else to mix my condiments. So easy to do it yourself and get the right proportions of mayo and ketchup or mayo and mustard or mayo and relish. I have made my own ketchup, mayo and mustard but have to admit the I like the commercial brands we buy. Especially the French''s Ketchup which beats Heinz which we used all our lives until we tasted French's. Main difference - free from preservatives, artificial flavours & colours, gluten and corn syrup.
     
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    I am one of those guys if a 3 ounce jar cost $1, and 6 is $1.50, I get the bigger one. Mine does last. My wife does not like spicy.

    Have you had it right from the garden? It will open your sinuses.
     
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    First heard of it about 15 years ago on a trip to Quebec, I thought it was just a French Canadian translation error when they asked me, but it was an actual thing.
     
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    Back when I was a teen (in the dinosaur days) we ate fries with tarter sauce.
     
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  17. emdeengee

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    Mayo on fries is very Canadian particularly French Canadian. Delicious. We also love it on steamed broccoli. Lots of you are already eating a mix of mayo and ketchup if you eat anything with Big Mac sauce on it. Big Mac sauce contains mayo and French Dressing and French Dressing contains ketchup. I have also had fries with tarter sauce especially with fish and chips.
     
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    When stationed in Germany, I learned to like french fries with mayo. (Pomme Frites mit Mayo) That's the only way I take my fries now.
     
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    There is a fresh hell unleashed every day.
     
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  20. Irish Pixie

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    Yes, there is. I read about deep fried baloney nuggets today, that's just wrong.
     
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