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Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by mellowinman, Jan 4, 2019.
I STRONGLY disagree. It depends on what you put on the double cheeseburger.
I always wondered. Is mustard on a burger as taboo as ketchup on a hot dog?
IMO, not if it's dijon or horseradish mustard or something besides standard yellow. EDIT BTW, I like mayo on both.(I shall now duck the rocks and arrows)
I like dijon, but I've never been a huge fan of horseradish in general. To me, it's never added anything to a food.
That said, I could put yellow mustard on anything and be happy.
Aaaaand, there ya have it!
hey, I had a 72 rick bass that looked just like that. cool.
still have the bridge pickup cover somewhere...
I had a '75ish Ric 4001 for 10 years and foolishly sold it. Got this 2003 4003 a few years ago on a whim and now its my main bass.
Ketchup on a hot dog is taboo? I always put ketchup on a hot dog, along with yellow mustard and relish. I also put that some combo on my veggie burgers.
I dunno. I only like Ketchup on hot dogs is when you use Tony Packo’s version.
I have never been that picky about my ketchup, although I won't use the relish at school because it looks like it's neon green.
That stuff is scary. Remember soylent green?
Ahhh... Tony Packos... a good old Toledo, Ohio fave:
Haven't had any in years unfortunately. I remember it fondly from growing up there though.
Mustard on a burger? YES! Preferably Dijon or Grey Poupon And ketchup, onions (depending on who I might have to talk to... ), lettuce, bacon if there is any . Load it up, baby! Ketchup on a dog? Um, noooo, but mustard and relish, for sure.
NO MAYO! Ick. LOL
Ooh! That looks Gooood!
I didn't say it was fer everybody.LOL. Dijonnaise. Mmmmm
Don't forget their pickles either!drool
Well, not around here and I'm not around them. Try "Wickle's Pickles"-if you can find them.
Just the opposite. Mustard on a burger, no. Ketchup on a dog, yes.