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Old 07-13-2006, 06:00 PM   #1
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you guys(and gals) ever heard of mixing half Heinz and half Hunts (or something) to get a perfect ketchup?

Or do you have you're own kicked up ketchup recipe?

My fries deserve the best.
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Old 07-13-2006, 06:21 PM   #2
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Re: Ketchup

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you guys(and gals) ever heard of mixing half Heinz and half Hunts (or something) to get a perfect ketchup?

Or do you have you're own kicked up ketchup recipe?

My fries deserve the best.
I use Ketchup and Franks mixed 50/50. Works wonderful for onion rings, fries, fried okra, fried shrimp, etc.

A 50/50 mixture of Reverend Marvins Hot is also a wonderful combination. I discovered this with meatloaf, which I will never make again without the Rev's/Ketchup combo! It's that good!
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Old 07-13-2006, 07:04 PM   #3
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This is good stuff:

http://www.montebellokitchens.com/ca...products_id/62
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I use Ketchup and Franks mixed 50/50.
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you going to have any of that stuff at gary's??? if so i'll bring the brats. [/quote:s4gnxpci]
I always felt anything red on a brat is not right, but that does sound good =P~
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you going to have any of that stuff at gary's??? if so i'll bring the brats.
I always felt anything red on a brat is not right, but that does sound good =P~[/quote5ohebpn]
i just tried some rev martin on some brats night before last. that is mustardery.[/quote5ohebpn]
Most of the time I don't put anything on 'em, put 'em in a brat hot tub with sweet onions, butter, and beer =P~
I'll have to try something different
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you going to have any of that stuff at gary's??? if so i'll bring the brats.
I always felt anything red on a brat is not right, but that does sound good =P~[/quote:2rcy2cpx]
i just tried some rev martin on some brats night before last. that is mustardery.[/quote:2rcy2cpx]
I've been using the "HOT" on hot dogs when I want it to bite back. Good stuff!
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Rev's, ketchup, and mayo is good on fries. Oh... add lots of black pepper. 8-[
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you going to have any of that stuff at gary's??? if so i'll bring the brats. [/quote:1y7w1ej1]

Oh heck yeah.
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I really like this stuff. Kroger's started carrying it in Arkansas.

https://www.spiceitup.com/
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I thought this was interesting..

Ketchup or Catsup?
When Heinz introduced commercial ketchup to American kitchens it became so popular that other manufacturers rushed to catch-up to the ketchup craze. Soon there were Ketchup, Catsup, Catchup, Katsup, Catsip, Cotsup, Kotchup, Kitsip, Catsoup, Katshoup, Katsock, Cackchop, Cornchop, Cotpock, Kotpock, Kutpuck, Kutchpuck and Cutchpuck. All were tomato based and bottled and vied to become a household word. Only 3 major brands remained to steal the spotlight...Heinz Ketchup, Del Monte Catsup, and Hunts, who could not decide on a spelling and bottled under the names Hunts Catsup (east of the Mississippi), Hunts Ketchup (west of the Mississippi), and Hunts Tomato Cornchops (in Iowa only). In the 1980's ketchup was declared a vegetable by the government for school lunch menus. Suddenly Del Monte's Catsup, because of its spelling, was not on the approved list. Shortly afterward Del Monte changed the product's name to Del Monte Ketchup. So ketchup it is.
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I thought this was interesting..

Ketchup or Catsup?
When Heinz introduced commercial ketchup to American kitchens it became so popular that other manufacturers rushed to catch-up to the ketchup craze. Soon there were Ketchup, Catsup, Catchup, Katsup, Catsip, Cotsup, Kotchup, Kitsip, Catsoup, Katshoup, Katsock, Cackchop, Cornchop, Cotpock, Kotpock, Kutpuck, Kutchpuck and Cutchpuck. All were tomato based and bottled and vied to become a household word. Only 3 major brands remained to steal the spotlight...Heinz Ketchup, Del Monte Catsup, and Hunts, who could not decide on a spelling and bottled under the names Hunts Catsup (east of the Mississippi), Hunts Ketchup (west of the Mississippi), and Hunts Tomato Cornchops (in Iowa only). In the 1980's ketchup was declared a vegetable by the government for school lunch menus. Suddenly Del Monte's Catsup, because of its spelling, was not on the approved list. Shortly afterward Del Monte changed the product's name to Del Monte Ketchup. So ketchup it is.
uh. you learn something new every day.[/quote:umuf96ne]
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Ketchup or Catsup?
When Heinz introduced commercial ketchup to American kitchens it became so popular that other manufacturers rushed to catch-up to the ketchup craze. Soon there were Ketchup, Catsup, Catchup, Katsup, Catsip, Cotsup, Kotchup, Kitsip, Catsoup, Katshoup, Katsock, Cackchop, Cornchop, Cotpock, Kotpock, Kutpuck, Kutchpuck and Cutchpuck. All were tomato based and bottled and vied to become a household word. Only 3 major brands remained to steal the spotlight...Heinz Ketchup, Del Monte Catsup, and Hunts, who could not decide on a spelling and bottled under the names Hunts Catsup (east of the Mississippi), Hunts Ketchup (west of the Mississippi), and Hunts Tomato Cornchops (in Iowa only). In the 1980's ketchup was declared a vegetable by the government for school lunch menus. Suddenly Del Monte's Catsup, because of its spelling, was not on the approved list. Shortly afterward Del Monte changed the product's name to Del Monte Ketchup. So ketchup it is.
Wow.......

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