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PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2007 9:03 am 
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In order...

1- Salt
2- Crushed Red Peppers
3- Sauerkraut
4- Nacho Cheese
5- Chinese Hot Mustard

Honorable mentions go out to Jalapenos, Pepper, and Bacon Bits.


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I kind of object to classifying sauerkraut as a condiment, even if you are putting it on a hot dog/brat/etc. At worst, it's a side dish, and no lower than that in the food hierarchy.


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xpipe wrote:
I kind of object to classifying sauerkraut as a condiment, even if you are putting it on a hot dog/brat/etc. At worst, it's a side dish, and no lower than that in the food hierarchy.


I agree. WTF?

You also left off the #1 all time spice: garlic salt


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Fresh ground pepper....

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The more I think about it, the more robertpr's list blows. Here's my list:

1) garlic salt
2) salt
3) sugar
4) soy sauce
5) pepper
6) cinnamon
7) malt vinegar


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1) Pepper (I put it on almost everything)
2) Ketchup
3) Onion Powder
4) Seasoned Salt
5) Real Mayo


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robertpr hasn't been back to follow up. Looks like we showed him a thing or two.


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Sauerkraut is both a condiment and a side dish. One of the best foods ever invented, actually.


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Sauerkraut is not a condiment. Can you find a single on-line source that calls it one?


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Petescorner wrote:
Sauerkraut is not a condiment. Can you find a single on-line source that calls it one?


wikipedia wrote:
Sauerkraut can be eaten raw and unadorned; in this form it is often eaten as a relish with meat dishes, for example, as condiment on bratwurst or North American hot dogs. Raw sauerkraut dressed with oil and onions is served as a salad. However, sauerkraut is commonly served hot.


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weak :roll:


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worcestershire is good on grilled beef. I don't usually like spices on my steak but Montreal steak seasoning and worcestershire is very good.

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wow. I can't believe wikipedia is dumb enough to call sauerkraut a "condiment." I may have to re-think my position on that site. :?


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Petescorner wrote:
wow. I can't believe wikipedia is dumb enough to call sauerkraut a "condiment." I may have to re-think my position on that site. :?


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 8:04 pm 
1. Ranch Dressing
2. Everything else


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oline73 wrote:
1. Ranch Dressing
2. Everything else


That's a top 5 list for lazy asses! :mad:


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:10 am 
[quote="robertpr"][quote="oline73"]1. Ranch Dressing
2. Everything else[/quote]

That's a top 5 list for[b] lazy asses[/b]! :mad:[/quote]

I guess I'm a lazy ass then. Ranch is just too tasty.


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I love to cook, and here are my top 5 spices and seasonings:

1. Garlic (fresh chopped, if possible)

2. Lowry's Seasoned Salt

3. Crushed red pepper flakes

4. Fresh ground black pepper

5. Freshly chopped onion


I also think a bit of oregano and dried basil are handy for spicing up Italian dishes.

Olive oil, especially the heavier Extra Virgin, is a good replacement for butter in most things, and the flavor is very good, too. Try making bechamel or alfredo sauce with it instead of a butter rue. You'll enjoy it, I promise.


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cumin's not getting any love here.


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1)Worcestershire sauce for all meats and all potatoes
2)Malt vinegar for all potatoes
3)Ketchup
4)Yellow mustard
5)Frank's Red Hot


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