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2014/08/17 20:53:15 (permalink)

Ketchup?

Simple question... Ketchup pump, ketchup bottle or ketchup packets?? Talk amongst yourselves!
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/18 01:20:57 (permalink)
Anything but packets!
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/18 08:59:17 (permalink)
Packets get all over the place. 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/18 10:56:26 (permalink)
Squeeze type bottle.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/18 22:00:55 (permalink)
Squeeze me
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/18 22:23:21 (permalink)
Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/19 16:48:28 (permalink)
I like the bottle more old school feel to me
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/19 17:03:40 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.


So, what you're saying is that the customer who wants catsup on his hot dog should not be permitted to have it? Well, that works with hamburgers at Louis Lunch, but I can't help thinking it would cost a cart operator customers.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/19 21:56:34 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.


So, what you're saying is that the customer who wants catsup on his hot dog should not be permitted to have it? Well, that works with hamburgers at Louis Lunch, but I can't help thinking it would cost a cart operator customers.
No, but it doesn't mean we cant talk about those kind of goobers amongst ourselves.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/20 09:33:34 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.


So, what you're saying is that the customer who wants catsup on his hot dog should not be permitted to have it? Well, that works with hamburgers at Louis Lunch, but I can't help thinking it would cost a cart operator customers.


That's exactly what I'm saying. Put up a big sign indicating that ketchup is strictly forbidden. As soon as the first customer puts it up on Instagram and Twitter the local news will be out and the owner will reap the kind of publicity you could never buy in a million years.
Plus, ketchup has no business being anywhere near a hotdog.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/20 11:49:55 (permalink)
OK.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/21 17:25:57 (permalink)
I'm not a ketchup man either but we've got a lot of Yankees down here that want it!!
post edited by DCDogs - 2014/08/21 20:48:17
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/21 21:16:53 (permalink)
Most times Yankees who want catsup on a hot dog get over that by the time they are 4 years old.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/22 08:44:12 (permalink)
It's always odd to me when biologically mature humans continue eating ketchup post-adolescence.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/22 10:16:33 (permalink)
I have mentioned here before, but my taste in grated cheese gravitated to Grana Padano about 20 years ago or so, and have remained there. I recall going to the original Fairway Market on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and seeing a sign in the cheese section, describing Grana Padano. It essentially boiled down to that it was preferred by uncouth peasants whose palates were too coarse to appreciate Parmigiano-Reggiano, but, if you wanted the entire cheese department to laugh at your stupidity, they had it for sale. Yet, now, it has become something of a fad (which has, among other things, served to raise the price), and the emphasis in cheese markets has seemed to have shifted towards it. The cheese hasn't changed. Only the attitudes of the snobs, who declare that the emperor's clothes are quite wonderful rather than have the other snobs think less of them.
 
Truthfully, I don't prefer ketchup on hot dogs, myself. But I do like it on other things (french fries in particular), and do not think that my IQ drops 50 points just because I happen to eat a hot dog with some ketchup on it.
 
Furthermore, I find it kind of ironic that people on a group specializing in foods that a lot of food snobs look down on decide that they are going to look down on people based on their condiment preferences. You may not like it, but that does not mean that people who like it don't deserve to eat.
 
I would not want to eat at a place where ketchup was prohibited, because I don't eat things that come out, well, you fill in the last word.
 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/22 18:05:05 (permalink)
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It's always odd to me when biologically mature humans continue eating ketchup post-adolescence.


I find it odd that you think you have the right to judge what other people eat or don't eat.  Maybe they like the taste, isn't that okay?
 
BTW... Heinz sold $278,647,900 in Ketchup.  I am sure that is not kids buying it.
post edited by ChrisOC - 2014/08/22 18:17:16
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/23 09:45:50 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.
what are grippos?
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/23 19:11:08 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.


So, what you're saying is that the customer who wants catsup on his hot dog should not be permitted to have it? Well, that works with hamburgers at Louis Lunch, but I can't help thinking it would cost a cart operator customers.


There was always a long line at the Soup Nazi. 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/23 20:04:50 (permalink)
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It's always odd to me when biologically mature humans continue eating ketchup post-adolescence.


I find it odd that you think you have the right to judge what other people eat or don't eat.  Maybe they like the taste, isn't that okay?
 
BTW... Heinz sold $278,647,900 in Ketchup.  I am sure that is not kids buying it.


I find it odd that you do not take into account that people have a right to express their opinion on these boards.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 00:10:17 (permalink)
Bitching about Ketchup is indeed a birthright guaranteed by the 1st and the second amendments. If I don't like something, I'll draw a gun on you. That's how America works. Right?
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 08:51:21 (permalink)
I don't put ketchup on my hot dog. I would never tell this little girl she couldn't eat something the way she enjoys it. If your cart didn't have ketchup, she wouldn't eat. Who the hell am I to tell her how to eat!
 

 
 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 10:47:43 (permalink)
You're her grandfather. You're supposed to tell her how to eat. Of course, as your granddaughter she doesn't have to pay the slightest bit of attention to you.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 13:12:27 (permalink)
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I don't put ketchup on my hot dog. I would never tell this little girl she couldn't eat something the way she enjoys it. If your cart didn't have ketchup, she wouldn't eat. Who the hell am I to tell her how to eat!
 

 
 


Precious child. Thanks for reminding us of what's REALLY important. Happy people being graced with enough food and being able to eat it ANY WAY they want, regardless of fashion or the petty remarks of others. So many in this world or others are not so lucky. When you all are finished with getting bent out of shape, I hope we can get back to other subjects, including, the original question. Poor original poster,
I wonder if he/she had any idea what a can of worms was being opened.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 15:09:32 (permalink)
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There was always a long line at the Soup Nazi. 



The Soup Nazi was a fictional character.
 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 15:48:57 (permalink)
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There was always a long line at the Soup Nazi. 



The Soup Nazi was a fictional character.
 
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I know that, but it was based on actual cantankerous restauranteur.  The character was inspired by Al Yeganeh, a soup vendor who runs Soup Kitchen International in New York City.  If I had written "There's always a long line for Al Yeganeh's soups, no one would have understood the reference.  Most people are aware of the Soup Nazi episode of Seinfeld, even if they weren't watchers of the show.  I don't think I ever saw a full episode.
 
post edited by jman - 2014/08/24 15:52:51
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 15:51:33 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.
what are grippos?

You're pulling our legs, right?
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 16:00:17 (permalink)
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Red corn syrup has no place on a hot dog. Plenty Plochman's mustard and chopped sweet onion, side of Grippos. That is all.
what are grippos?

You're pulling our legs, right?


Probably not. I'm just 100 miles up the road from Cincinnati and I never heard of Grippo's till a year or two ago.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 18:07:46 (permalink)
We do not have Grippo's here in South Jersey.
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/24 18:58:10 (permalink)
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You're her grandfather. You're supposed to tell her how to eat. Of course, as your granddaughter she doesn't have to pay the slightest bit of attention to you.




Michael, When Mollie gets to the White House, I'm sure there will be budget cuts for Ohio. Get used to the pot holes!
 
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Re: Ketchup? 2014/08/25 23:21:20 (permalink)
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There was always a long line at the Soup Nazi. 

The Soup Nazi was a fictional character.

I know that, but it was based on actual cantankerous restauranteur.  The character was inspired by Al Yeganeh, a soup vendor who runs Soup Kitchen International in New York City.  If I had written "There's always a long line for Al Yeganeh's soups, no one would have understood the reference.  Most people are aware of the Soup Nazi episode of Seinfeld, even if they weren't watchers of the show.  I don't think I ever saw a full episode.


Al Yeganeh had long lines waiting to buy soup. He tried to keep the line moving as fast as possible, but he never had the strict rules that the fictional "Soup Nazi" had.
 
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