Reed422

Ketchup on Aigs

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3 mins ago, HopHead said:

Now we're talking.....although chup is fine on fries and burgers.

 

We haven't even broached the topic of the dolts that put ketchup on steak.

The only time you put ketchup on a steak is if it's a cheap terrible steak.

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12 mins ago, fishinambition said:

Vinegar goes on fries

Makes them taste like tangy sweat. 

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Just now, Reed422 said:

The only time you put ketchup on a steak is if it's a cheap terrible steak.

Nothing can save a terrible steak. Tough grisly steak is tough no matter what it is slathered in. Over cooked steak can’t be made less well done with toppings. And it is terrible tasting, throw it away and go make a PB&J. 

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2 mins ago, tomkaz said:

Nothing can save a terrible steak. Tough grisly steak is tough no matter what it is slathered in. Over cooked steak can’t be made less well done with toppings. And it is terrible tasting, throw it away and go make a PB&J. 

Yeah, if you have a crappy steak you can tenderize and marinade it. Putting ketchup on it aint the answer.

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Just now, FrankStar said:

People who put ketchup on well-done steaks need to be outlawed.

President

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8 mins ago, HopHead said:

Now we're talking.....although chup is fine on fries and burgers.

 

We haven't even broached the topic of the dolts that put ketchup on steak.

Or A-1, Heinz 57, etc.

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3 mins ago, JaseB said:

Or A-1, Heinz 57, etc.

I'll admit that I've used A-1 in an attempt to salvage a piece of beef.  I don't recall ever having tasted 57.  I douse the hell outta my steak n cheese sangies with worcestershire tho.

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1 min ago, HopHead said:

I'll admit that I've used A-1 in an attempt to salvage a piece of beef.  I don't recall ever having tasted 57.  I douse the hell outta my steak n cheese sangies with worcestershire tho.

When I met my wife in college she put A-1 on everything.  Including white rice.   Then I had my future MIL's cooking and it all made sense. 

She doesn't use it any more.

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5 mins ago, HopHead said:

I'll admit that I've used A-1 in an attempt to salvage a piece of beef.  I don't recall ever having tasted 57.  I douse the hell outta my steak n cheese sangies with worcestershire tho.

That's it, I'm making venison steak n cheese sammiches for dinner.

 

An no, we will not put ketchup on them @chumslickjon.

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Peter luger's steak sauce is closer to cocktail sauce than anything else.  Why in the name of all things holy would you need sauce for a luger porterhouse?  I'd think one of those old school waiters there would beat someone on the forehead with the bottle before handing it over.

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2 mins ago, fishinambition said:

Steak sauce shouldnt even exist. Youre doomed to fail by even having it.

I could do shots of A1

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Posted (edited)

ketchup is good on bacon sammies - and by bacon I mean back bacon or gammon, or slab, not pork belly strips. it needs to be thick.

 

butter each side of a Kaiser, drop in a 1/2" of steaming hot bacon, add ketchup or brown sauce (HP obvi.) and eat.

 

when you a soaking wet and or freezing your butt off camping in the woods and all you have is a trangier,  it is god like. :drool:

 

Edited by Aquacide

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