Lori Lancaster | November 11, 2004
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John E Gunter | November 11, 2004
Hidden Valley Ranch Party Dip. Recipe on the side of the package. Though it tastes like they've changed the recipe sometime in the past. That or the taste of Breakstones sour cream has changed or maybe my tastebuds have changed, but I still like it alot.

John

Scott Hardie | November 12, 2004
Most favorite: Ketchup. I put it on hot dogs and hamburgers. I put it on fish sticks and fish filets. I put it on steak (take that, Steak & Ale!). I put it in casseroles. I even put it on my vegetables. I put it on just about everything. Oddly, the only thing I don't like to eat with ketchup is French fries.

Least favorite: Ranch salad dressing. Sorry John. It simply offends my taste buds; no real reason.

John E Gunter | November 12, 2004
[snip]I put it on steak (take that, Steak & Ale!).[/snip]

[snip]Oddly, the only thing I don't like to eat with ketchup is French fries.[/snip]

Sacrilege!

[snip]Least favorite: Ranch salad dressing.[/snip]

See my comment above! ;-)

John

Lori Lancaster | November 12, 2004
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Amy Austin | November 12, 2004
John -- Agreed (though, "two out of three ain't bad!"... I don't care so much for ranch)... ;DDD

John E Gunter | November 12, 2004
[snip]I don't care so much for ranch)... [/snip]

More Sacrilege! ;-)

John

Amy Austin | November 12, 2004
HAHAHAHAHAHA!

Scott Hardie | November 13, 2004
I sat here trying to explain my dislike of ranch, but my schoolin' has failed me. All I can say it, just doesn't appeal to me.

Kris Weberg | November 13, 2004
Has anyone here ever had ketchup-flavored potato chips? Brilliant stuff.

And I prefer mayo to ketchup on fries.

Steve West | November 13, 2004
I have a mild dislike for any "exotic" flavored potato chip - even barbecue or sour cream and onion. But I do like brown gravy as a dip for my fries.

Anthony Lewis | November 13, 2004
Scott: Ketchup on a hot dog is a crime. An absolute crime. LOL

Lori: Thousand Island dressing on a cheeseburger with lettuce? I can go around the corner and get that. It's called a Big Mac. LOL

Personally, I put mustard on my Hot Dogs and burgers. Sometimes I feel adventureous and put ketchup and mayo on my burger along with the mustard.

No ketchup on fries or rings for me, thank you.

Nadine Russell | November 14, 2004
I couldn't believe it the first time I travelled to the US and couldn't get ketchup flavored chips. Madness. You guys are also missing out on poutine. Not hard to make though, so you could be enjoying it. Fries, mozzarella cheese and gravy. Good stuff.

Anthony Lewis | November 14, 2004
Fries, mozzarella chese and gravy? I think they call those "Disco Fries" in the diners here in NYC.

Anthony Lewis | November 14, 2004
Disco Fries

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Nadine Russell | November 14, 2004
I like that a lot better. It's a little easier to pronounce.

Scott Hardie | November 14, 2004
I don't slather a hot dog in ketchup, mind you. It's the same reason why I put a little bit of mayonnaise on every sandwich, to make it moist. Nine times out of ten, a little bit of ketchup is all I put on my hot dog.

Wikipedia (link) says that poutine is fries and cheese covered with gravy, and disco fries are fries and gravy covered with cheese. Given the similarity, I'd just as soon call them "disco fries" too.


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