Fry Sauce

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  1. GUNNERX2

    GUNNERX2 Elite Refuge Member

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    Never heard the term "fry sauce". Here, in TN, it's mater ketchup only. None of that mango ketchup neither.
     
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  2. Shirleyshusband

    Shirleyshusband Elite Refuge Member

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    Never heard the term before but I've been mixing miracle whip (yeah I know, a whole 'nuther debate) and ketchup for years. I like it best on fried fish.

    Ever try ketchup on cheese and mac? Mmmm!
     
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  3. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    I was raised in Minnesota. I had never heard of fry sauce until I met my wife, from Cache Valley ( the Idaho end).
    I avoided it for years. My wife was always mixing her own. It took me 10 years of marriage to convert from Ketchup.
    I still like good ketchup on my fries,.. But fry sauce on onion rings is where it's at:tu
     
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  4. Whistle

    Whistle Senior Refuge Member

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    I use salt on my fries
     
  5. wingmatt

    wingmatt Elite Refuge Member

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    Back in the '60s we had numerous Arctic Circle fast food restaurants in Washington state (there's only 1 left in Yakima now) and that's the sauce you always got with fries. I don't ever remember it being called fry sauce, though.
     
  6. TheDuckSlayer

    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    Heard about it on the radio the other day. I been doing this since I was a little kid, and if I’m feeling particularly rebellious at the moment, I’ll add mustard too. You know we live in a truly lazy society when mixing ketchup and mayo is too much work, necessitating the existence of a pre-mixed version.
     
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  7. The_Duck_Master

    The_Duck_Master Elite Refuge Member

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    The last thing I need is one more damn bottle of sauce or dressing in our fridge. I think those things reproduce in the dark.
     
  8. TheDuckSlayer

    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    I heard a funny quip the other day about one’s fridge being filled with dozens of condiments, but no food. Can’t remember the wording, but anyway, describes me to a “T.”
     
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  9. The_Duck_Master

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    That's easily true for us. There's so many Costco sized bottles of condiments and sauces there's no room for food! Those never go away.
     
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