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2006/01/29 15:33:31 (permalink)

The Best Condiments

Arby's has the best mayonnaise. Even TJ and Chezkatie think it's the greatest. Some people prefer Arby's horseysauce, but for me it's all about the mayonnaise.
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    Greymo
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 15:49:32 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Arby's has the best mayonnaise. Even TJ and Chezkatie think it's the greatest. Some people prefer Arby's horseysauce, but for me it's all about the mayonnaise.


    In my humble opinion, all three of your are nuts. Everyone knows that Arby's horseysauce is better than mayo or Ranch dressing or even ketchup.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 17:38:51 (permalink)
    Ilike to put a mixture of the horsey sauce AND the BBQ sauce on a plain roast beef sandwich.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 18:13:44 (permalink)
    When it comes to Arby's, I mix equal generous portions of Arby sauce and Horsey Sauce on the roast beef. But Arby's doesn't have my nominee for the condiment hall of fame. It's the onion ring sauce at Burger King.

    Shouldn't this thread be under "chains" or did you not intend it to be about chain condiments even though you started it by mentioning one?

    If we can go beyond the offerings of chain restaurants, I'll also mention Tonkatsu sauce which I love to slather on the breaded pork cutlets for which it is intended.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 18:32:46 (permalink)
    I never tried the regular mayo. However, the horsey sauce used to be part of a ritual years ago which I and a best friend ( a rock 'n' roll star now sadly deceased) partook in whenever we went to NYC, most often to Greenwich Village, or maybe up a bit to Max's Kansas City.

    In the early 1970s, there was an Arby's just outside the Holland Tunnel on the Jersey side in Hoboken. And before going into the city, we'd inevitably stop and have roast beef sandwiches with lots of horsey sauce on them...sort of get ready for the night.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 19:38:38 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BT

    When it comes to Arby's, I mix equal generous portions of Arby sauce and Horsey Sauce on the roast beef. But Arby's doesn't have my nominee for the condiment hall of fame. It's the onion ring sauce at Burger King.

    Shouldn't this thread be under "chains" or did you not intend it to be about chain condiments even though you started it by mentioning one?

    If we can go beyond the offerings of chain restaurants, I'll also mention Tonkatsu sauce which I love to slather on the breaded pork cutlets for which it is intended.
    He's just trolling again...
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 21:44:46 (permalink)
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    In the early 1970s, there was an Arby's just outside the Holland Tunnel on the Jersey side in Hoboken. And before going into the city, we'd inevitably stop and have roast beef sandwiches with lots of horsey sauce on them...sort of get ready for the night.
    The Bear


    Yeah, but that would have been when Arby's had real carved-to-order steamship rounds of beef, not the pressed/formed stuff of today, wouldn't it? I'm not sure about the 70's but in the early 60's my dad used to take me to an Arby's near Baltimore that had really delicious, juicy genuine roast beef (no sauce necessary).
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 21:54:48 (permalink)
    BT,
    It might have already been the pressed stuff. It was sliced very thin, but tasted quite good.
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    P.S.--With what do you bread your pork chops?
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/29 22:46:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by ScreenBear

    BT,
    It might have already been the pressed stuff. It was sliced very thin, but tasted quite good.
    The Bear
    P.S.--With what do you bread your pork chops?


    I dip mine in
    Ass Kickin' Mustard with Habanero and then press panko crumbs on them and fry them.............excellent and a real bite!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/01/30 00:09:56 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by ScreenBear

    With what do you bread your pork chops?


    Standard prep: Flour 'em, dip in egg wash (though lately I'm experimenting with "Egg Beaters"), dredge in breadcrumbs. I usually pan fry 'em but rarely I deep fry 'em. Whatever seems easiest at the time.

    Nothing fancy in the breading, Greymo, because I really like the Tonkatsu sauce on 'em and it wouldn't go with an intensely flavored breading.

    By the way, my supermarket sells "thin cut" boneless loin chops which work perfectly and they are often on sale.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/03 07:10:22 (permalink)
    I never get the mayonaisse at Arby's, but a beef and cheddar drenched in Arby's sauce does well when one's in a hurry. They'd be better if they put sauteed onions on them though. Ha ha!

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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/03 09:02:56 (permalink)
    This doesn't have anything to do with Arbys, but I recently found a muffalata spread at my Giant in Annapolis. Basically just an olive relish, a little spice, but not really comparable to what you'd get in NOLA, it does nice things for sandwiches and dogs though. Don't recall the brand, but I'll check if anyones interested.
    As for Arby's, I'm a BBQ/Horsey sauce guy.

    Vayo con Queso
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/03 13:43:59 (permalink)
    I always sneak a few extra horsey sauce to put in my home made coleslaw!
    Zing!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/03 14:01:33 (permalink)
    Err, uh,
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Arby's has the best mayonnaise. Even TJ and Chezkatie think it's the greatest.


    ugh. :-)

    NO!!!

    Mayonnaise (and every time I write that word, the drill sergeant scenes from "An Officer and a Gentleman" roll through my head) is a foul, horrid concoction. Pure spreadable nastiness. Feel free to quote me on that :-)

    No matter who serves it, Arby's or otherwise.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/03 14:23:47 (permalink)
    Have y'all tried the Tabasco brand mayonaise? It's just a bit spicey... great on turkey, ham or roast beast sandwhiches. I can hardly wait to try it on garder tomatoes!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/06 11:59:45 (permalink)
    the crisper drawer of the frig is full of various ff condiment packs.. (emergency ketchup supply) TB fire sauce or Arbys horsie sauce always perk up a sammich. Altough not anything like real horseradish the horsiesauce adds a little zip plain mayo or mw just dont have
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/06 15:47:20 (permalink)
    Horseradish, one of my favourites. Absolutely love the stuff, it has such a great texture.

    You keep your Ketchup in the fridge dreamzpainter?
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/06 16:05:44 (permalink)
    My favorite sandwich condiment is Nance's Sharp and Creamy Mustard.


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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/07 06:48:04 (permalink)
    Mbrookes...

    I ordered 2 jars of McIlhenny's hot mayo - very good!

    Kraft evidently discontinued their spicy Mayo.

    Lots of tasty sauces on the Tabasco site!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/10 17:53:51 (permalink)
    I really like to mix Arby sauce and ketchup and put it on their potato cakes. Also, I love Taco Bell's fire sauce, Wendy's sweat and sour sauce and Taco Tico's green chile (not all mixed together)
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/10 18:57:48 (permalink)
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    Wendy's sweat and sour sauce

    That just doesn't sound good at all :-)

    Is it really Wendy's own sweat? She's all grown up now, you know.....
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/10 18:58:00 (permalink)
    sweat and sour?

    {{{{{shudder}}}}}
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/12 05:14:42 (permalink)
    I prefer the Horsey sauce: I like to use three packages on a Giant Roast Beef sandwich. I put two packages worth on the top bun, close it up, then flip it to put a package worth on the bottom of the sandwich...ensuring uniform Horsey flavor with every bite. MMMM!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/12 07:29:21 (permalink)
    Sounds like a few fast-food franchise lovers here...[:o) Trader Joe's "another chain" sells a small jar of Sweet/Hot Mustard which is so good you could eat it with a spoon.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/12 17:06:56 (permalink)
    i grew up in skokie illinois and our arbys at first in the early 70s had roasts in a glass case dripping hot and would grab one and slice it in front of you for a sanwich, not any more
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/12 17:13:05 (permalink)
    Trader Joe's also sells a roasted red pepper spread that I have eaten with a spoon.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/12 17:15:00 (permalink)
    I wouldnt classify this as a condiment, but I do use it on my sub's.
    Tuscan Sun Hot and Spicy Garlic Oil..
    http://www.chefjohnny.com/Tuscan-Sun-Oil.html
    Click the link for some good recipe's also.
    I noticed on the web site, they want $6.99 for a bottle, I get them at the local Christmas Tree Shops for $2.99. I am going to stock up on them before leaving Maine.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/13 00:16:09 (permalink)
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    I noticed on the web site, they want $6.99 for a bottle, I get them at the local Christmas Tree Shops for $2.99. I am going to stock up on them before leaving Maine.


    Wow, I thought all them Christmas Tree places where gone for the year a couple months ago... Huh... Must have something good going on there in Maine!
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/13 09:47:11 (permalink)
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    sweat and sour?

    {{{{{shudder}}}}}


    oops, I meant Sweet....I have never tried their sweat.
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    RE: The Best Condiments 2006/02/13 15:50:34 (permalink)
    Sorry, I couldn't resist that. I have a very literal sense of humor. I used to have a boss who insisted that people would 'literally give me ****'. I would come unglued over that (but not LITERALLY).
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