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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Wow!!! This whole ketchup thing really is a very serious topic with you, isn't it?

I had no idea.


I like condiments.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Re: your list, You really do know how to mess up a perfectly good hot dog, doncha?


No, if I wanted to mess up a hot dog, I'd put mustard on it.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Besides, I wasn't talking about overall maturity, just maturity in terms of tastes in food.


If you asked him what he wants for dinner, he would TOTALLY pick candy bars, doritos, and pringles if he thought he could get them. Yes, clearly a gourmet, mature palate.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Ruin? You mean enhance.

Aside from Sonic and Krystal, just about every national burger chain includes ketchup as one of the standard toppings on their burgers.


Yes, alongside mayo, lettuce, tomato, pickles, cheese, and lots of other stuff. Also, pretty much any place that serves hotdogs? They offer mustard AND ketchup as standard choices.

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

On a burger I tend to prefer both ketchup and mustard.

And dill pickles.

Maybe tomato. Maybe not.


Pickles, nope. Tomatoes I'm fine with.


Well, it's obvious that you are anti-mustardic and a condimentist. Honestly, I find your anti-mustardism rather disturbing.

One is always surprised to see such condimential bigotry alive and well in this day and age, even though we all know it exists.

I hope you and your fellow mustardists and condimentists someday see how narrow minded and wrong it is to harbor such bigoted views, but until then, the rest of the us will just try to lead by example and embrace all condiments, regardless of spices, ingredients or viscosity.

Red, yellow, brown or whatever.

Shame on you.





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You should try Zeisner curry ketchup on burgers & dogs! Yum. 
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I will NEVER put ketchup on a hot dog!!!!

NEVER!!!!!
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

You should try Zeisner curry ketchup on burgers & dogs! Yum. 


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OK...I never dared to try Hormel's Chili.  I have had the (sad, never-to-be-forgotten) experience of "desperation dining" upon Chef Boy-ar-dee 's bizarre concoction, Beefaroni,  in the distant past.  Is Hormel's Chili greater than, lesser than, or equal to Beefaroni?
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Originally posted by CapeCat CapeCat wrote:

OK...I never dared to try Hormel's Chili.  I have had the (sad, never-to-be-forgotten) experience of "desperation dining" upon Chef Boy-ar-dee 's bizarre concoction, Beefaroni,  in the distant past.  Is Hormel's Chili greater than, lesser than, or equal to Beefaroni?


Try their Turkey Chili...

Pretty good!!!

I think it's better than the regular style.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

You should try Zeisner curry ketchup on burgers & dogs! Yum. 


I'll keep my eyes open for that.


They have a product locator tool on their website.

If it's available in your area, the locator will tell you every store that carries it.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:



They have a product locator tool on their website.

If it's available in your area, the locator will tell you every store that carries it.


Where at? Their website appears to be in German, and I couldn't find a product locator there.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

They have a product locator tool on their website.

If it's available in your area, the locator will tell you every store that carries it.


Where at? Their website appears to be in German, and I couldn't find a product locator there.


My apologies to all.

I got two different products confused.

On the first page of this thread, Virginia Dare ll posted about another brand of ketchup called Sir Kensington's, whose website she linked in the post and which is the one that has the store locator, which works by selecting which of their products you're looking for, then simply typing your zip code into the provided field.

Sorry for the confusion.

Re: the German language on Zeisner's website, you should be able to set your browser to translate it into English.

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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:


Re: the German language on Zeisner's website, you should be able to set your browser to translate it into English.



Theoretically, yes. However...have you ever tried that? The translations are so wonky that it looks like the page has been translated into some unknown 3rd language.
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Originally posted by CapeCat CapeCat wrote:

OK...I never dared to try Hormel's Chili.  I have had the (sad, never-to-be-forgotten) experience of "desperation dining" upon Chef Boy-ar-dee 's bizarre concoction, Beefaroni,  in the distant past.  Is Hormel's Chili greater than, lesser than, or equal to Beefaroni?
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Our dear CapeCat was raised in an upper-crust, privileged world.
Some of us were raised in Europe, where Chef Boy-Ar-Dee was to us as Spam was to Pacific Islanders - a royal treat sent from 'The World' (as we used to refer to the USofAmerico).
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Ravioli is the ONLY ravioli that has ever made me puke...you see, I had a can opener and a bunch of cans and something that resembled a spoon and I didn't heat it up, first. That wasn't a good day.
Now, as far as Hormel Chili? I stand by my first post in regard to it - it can be an effective laxative.
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Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Re: the German language on Zeisner's website, you should be able to set your browser to translate it into English.


Theoretically, yes. However...have you ever tried that? The translations are so wonky that it looks like the page has been translated into some unknown 3rd language.


Works just fine on my Android tablet.





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^^ PaW!!  LOLLOL  I don't know about the "privileged world"  part...my real privilege was to have had the wonderful benefit of growing up with an Italian nonna who made all her pasta and sauces from scratch.  Those were the days. 

My bad experience with Beefaroni was very similar to yours with the ravioli  in that I  was young, hungry and had no way to heat it up at the time...two bites of that gummy concoction with the slimy texture was enough to put me off the stuff for life.  Shocked   Dead
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Originally posted by CapeCat CapeCat wrote:

My bad experience with Beefaroni was very similar to yours with the ravioli  in that I  was young, hungry and had no way to heat it up at the time...two bites of that gummy concoction with the slimy texture was enough to put me off the stuff for life.  Shocked   Dead


I used to eat it as a late night drunk snack.

I'd take a pack of cheap-o hamburger buns, open up a can CBAD ravioli and make sandwiches out of it right out of the can.

Love 'em!!!!

Barbeque chips on the side.

Great chow down after a night of beer drinking.

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^^LOLClapClap  Well, Jimbo, that's what we'd applaud as a  true Breakfast of Champions!  My goodness, the things we were able to enjoy "back in the day".  

I was on a hiking trip.  "It'll be great!"  they said.  "We'll bring along the food!" they said.  The food they brought was:  gorp, fruit leather, Underwood Deviled Chicken, and....Beefaroni!

It rained, it sleeted, it rained some more, it was a mudbath uphill and back.  I was hungry enough to eat bark by the time we got back down the mountain... but not Beefaroni.Wink
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I'm going to buy a can of Hormel chili, just to give it a try. This is what I'm used to.

My chili can't hold a candle to Culver's chili.  Oh!  This is one of those places that really do make better burgers than most of the fast food chains.



George’s® Chili is a medium-spicy chili con carne made with simmered homestyle beef, diced tomatoes, dark red kidney beans, peppers, onion and celery, along with a secret blend of peppery spices. You can make it “Supreme” by adding sour cream, cheese and onions.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I'm going to buy a can of Hormel chili, just to give it a try.


I recommended this to CapeCat.

Try their Turkey Chili...

Pretty good!!!

I think it's better than the regular style.
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Originally posted by CapeCat CapeCat wrote:

^^LOLClapClap  Well, Jimbo, that's what we'd applaud as a  true Breakfast of Champions!  My goodness, the things we were able to enjoy "back in the day".  

I was on a hiking trip.  "It'll be great!"  they said.  "We'll bring along the food!" they said.  The food they brought was:  gorp, fruit leather, Underwood Deviled Chicken, and....Beefaroni!

It rained, it sleeted, it rained some more, it was a mudbath uphill and back.  I was hungry enough to eat bark by the time we got back down the mountain... but not Beefaroni.Wink
I knew Beefaroni as Barfaroni. I always thought the Breakfast of Champions was warm beer and cold pizza. A cigarette butt in the beer earns bonus points!Wink
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I like chili without beans.  I know I've tried Hormel Chili in the past but wasn't that impressed.  Maybe it could serve as a base and you could add spices to it?
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Re pickles on burgers...I'm the only person I know who loves those soggy, limp pickle pieces that they put on fast food burgers.  I actually take them off the burgers and eat them plain (well, actually with that ketchup that's always on them).
 
 
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

I like chili without beans.  I know I've tried Hormel Chili in the past but wasn't that impressed.  Maybe it could serve as a base and you could add spices to it?


Absolutely.

But don't stop with just spices. Add extra meat and diced tomatoes and onions, etc.

Go nuts with it and make it your own.
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Re pickles on burgers...I'm the only person I know who loves those soggy, limp pickle pieces that they put on fast food burgers.  I actually take them off the burgers and eat them plain (well, actually with that ketchup that's always on them).


If you ask for extra extra pickles, you can do that and still save a few for the burger.

That's what I do at BK.
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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I'm going to buy a can of Hormel chili, just to give it a try.


I recommended this to CapeCat.

Try their Turkey Chili...

Pretty good!!!

I think it's better than the regular style.
I don't know, Jimbo. The thought of chili and turkey together just doesn't do it for me.

I bought 2 cans of this stuff...and gobs of other things since the bridge closes on monday.

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Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by aka ron aka ron wrote:

I'm going to buy a can of Hormel chili, just to give it a try.


I recommended this to CapeCat.

Try their Turkey Chili...

Pretty good!!!

I think it's better than the regular style.


I don't know, Jimbo. The thought of chili and turkey together just doesn't do it for me.

I bought 2 cans of this stuff...and gobs of other things since the bridge closes on monday.


TEHO, ATS.

BOTOH, it is ground turkey, which resembles ground beef.

I must be in an acronym - abbreviation kind of mood today.

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