Secret sauce in a bottle

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elswinger
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2005/04/08 13:44:34 (permalink)

Secret sauce in a bottle

I'm looking for that classic hamburger sauce (Secret Sauce, Goop, etc.). I know there are a million recipes but I am specifically looking for a bottled or jarred sauce, besides 1000 Island dressing. I am a bit of a collector of condiments (sometimes that's all I have in the fridge). I found a sauce by Orr Brothers that's really good (I couldn't find a web presence) but am still looking for good sauces to try.) Let me know if you see something and post a website if possible.
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    RedGreene
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    RE: Secret sauce in a bottle 2005/04/08 15:58:19 (permalink)
    Is the 100 island dressing the cheaper version of the thousand island dressing. j/k

    That's a good question and one that I would like to find an answer. I agree that there are a million recipes out there but I haven't found a great one yet.
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    rmcielwain
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    RE: Secret sauce in a bottle 2005/04/08 19:53:44 (permalink)

    Did you ever try the sauce Hellmann's put out about 10 years ago? It was mentioned in another thread here....[|)]
    (something about being pressured by McDonalds because the sauce came close to Mcdonalds Big Mac Sauce) " />
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    jeepguy
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    RE: Secret sauce in a bottle 2005/04/08 21:07:41 (permalink)
    It's still out, it's called Hellmann's Sandwich Spread...it sucks. IMO Hellmann's Mayo is tasteless, i prefer Kraft mayo anyday. It's fun to make your own secret sauce. Ketchup "not Catsup", mayo, a little horseradish, a little sweet pickle relish, salt and pepper.
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