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    Sauces and Condiments Compendium

    When our AI overlords one day inevitably scour the smoldering remains of the Internet, what will they find in the TGR box? What will be your legacy? Fulfill your destiny, claim your place in the annals of maggotry and tell us who makes the best sauces and condiments.

    Honey Mustard - Ken's Dressing

    That shit is great.

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    Royal Bohemian Horseradish. Only available at a small bar in Wisconsin. A pilot buddy of mine picks it up for me.

    Unworldly.

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    Ketchup and Moutarde (yellow and/or dijon)
    the killer combo

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    The original and best: Bertman's Ball Park (or Stadium) Mustard

    http://bertmanballparkmustard.com
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Homemade ketchup.

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    Grey Poupon and Sriracha mixed. Sometimes with a little mayo and sometimes not.

    Also equal parts of cherry preserves and hoisin warmed in a sauce pan until just about to boil them finished with a pat of butter off the heat.
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    Been on a Hatch salsa kick lately, it's not great, but better than most store bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Grey Poupon and Sriracha mixed. Sometimes with a little mayo and sometimes not.
    Sounds good. What do you commonly put it on?

    I'll mix up sour cream, sriracha and lime juice when I make fish tacos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Royal Bohemian Horseradish. Only available at a small bar in Wisconsin. A pilot buddy of mine picks it up for me.

    Unworldly.

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    DUDE!


    So sad that anything horseradish isn't more popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by commonlaw View Post
    Sounds good. What do you commonly put it on?

    I'll mix up sour cream, sriracha and lime juice when I make fish tacos.
    Classless fuck that I am, I often dip pizza crust in it. But it's also super yummy with panko crusted chicken nuggets.
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    Nuthr vote for Grey Poupon and gonna add wasabi to da list.
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    I also do the Grey Poupon and mayo mix for a sauce suitable for anything even your favorite GILF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by capulin overdrive View Post
    DUDE!


    So sad that anything horseradish isn't more popular.
    Weber's Horseradish Mustard from Buffalo...fkna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by commonlaw View Post
    I'll mix up sour cream, sriracha and lime juice when I make fish tacos.
    Swap the Sriracha for finely minced chipotles in adobo. Yogurt works in place of sour cream too.

    Cook chop/steak in pan. Add half cup each homemade stock and red wine, 1 tbs dijon. Reduce to nappe, add a couple grinds of pepper and stir in 2 pats of butter. Would make old shoe leather taste great. To make a shroom sauce, saute some mushrooms after cooking the meat then proceed as described.

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    Mayo, sriracha and smoked maple syrup.

    Yeah, you want it.

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    Beaver hot mustard and horseradish

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthop View Post
    Beaver hot mustard and horseradish
    FTW!

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    Aji Amarrillo for a Peruvian kick...
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Cook chop/steak in pan. Add half cup each homemade stock and red wine, 1 tbs dijon. Reduce to nappe, add a couple grinds of pepper and stir in 2 pats of butter. Would make old shoe leather taste great. To make a shroom sauce, saute some mushrooms after cooking the meat then proceed as described.
    I want to get better at making pan sauces; I have not been able to make them well, at least not consistently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Mayo, sriracha and smoked maple syrup.

    Yeah, you want it.
    God damn that sounds good.

    I must admit I've taken quite a liking to fry sauce...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbillie1 View Post
    God damn that sounds good.

    I must admit I've taken quite a liking to fry sauce...
    Took me 12 years to cave and give into the cfy sauce, but Dazanza's in PC finally turned me into a fan. It has Just the right amount of spice.

    I put siracha on most things, and like different hot sauces in general. A favorite is blind Betty habenero pinapple
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Aji Amarrillo for a Peruvian kick...
    And a fresh chimichurri elevates most any meat/fish.

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    In the DMV it's Go-Go and Mumbo Sauce.


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    I was recently introduced to Austrian pumpkin seed oil. Mix with rice wine vinegar, garlic powder and soy sauce for a killer salad dressing.
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    For homemade chicken sandwiches, mix well the following in equal parts...
    avocado
    bleu cheese crumbles
    anything creamy, say ranch dressing or sour cream
    ...add bacon lettuce tomato to the sandwich

    For breakfast burgers (egg on top)...
    any horseradish sauce

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