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Old 01-13-2007, 02:12 PM   #51
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I like to dip my fries in mayo,ranch dressing,or that mc chicken sauce from mcdonalds.I will also dip them in the sweet and sour sauce from mcdonalds.
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Old 01-13-2007, 02:39 PM   #52
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Did anyone question this? SVS has fries on the side, when having lobster?
Ah, let me guess - when you have lobster it's a "fine dining" experience? My preference is a good ol' lobster shack. Lobster in the rough, pretty much. Beyond casual!
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Old 01-13-2007, 03:44 PM   #53
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The hot mustard from McDonalds.

Tabasco.

Cocktail sauce.
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Old 01-13-2007, 05:04 PM   #54
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No, No, No, NO, NO NO

It's not chicken fried steak if it's covered in brown gravy..COME ON..it has to be white cream gravy..made from the drippings..


Brown gravy on chicken fried steak..I could DIE..lol
If I order chicken fried steak for breakfast I expect sausage gravy, made from sausage drippings, but chicken fried steak for dinner is perfectly acceptable with brown gravy.
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If I order chicken fried steak for breakfast I expect sausage gravy, made from sausage drippings, but chicken fried steak for dinner is perfectly acceptable with brown gravy.
I'd have to agree. Brown gravy with dinner chicken fried steak is acceptable.
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This thread is awesome! I thought I was the only one who mixed ketchup with mayo. My friends never understood me. They thought I was a culinary abomination. It's nice to know I have friends here!

I also like Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. If you can find it, it's heaven. It's almost exactly like Burger King's barbecue sauce.

Of course on potato wedges there's nothing better than a nice dark vinegar with some salt and pepper. Melted cheese is good too, but no as necessary as the vinegar.
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I have always enjoyed french fries with Ketchup(gotta be Heinz), but am also a total Hellmann's mayonnaise guy. I particularly love dipping the fries in the mayo but find that it is too thick to be dipped easily. So, I usually mix the Hellmann's with the Heinz to make what I know as a Russian/Thousand Islands dressing(sans the pickles/relish). I find this has all the flavor and the right texture for premium dipping. Usually I don't mix it that well so that for a change of pace in the eating I can dip in a mostly mayo or mostly ketchup section.
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I also like Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce. If you can find it, it's heaven. It's almost exactly like Burger King's barbecue sauce.
Sweet Baby Ray's is the only bbq sauce I use! I don't use it on french fries, just meat. It never gives me heartburn and all the other bbq sauces I have tried always give me heartburn.
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This thread is awesome! I thought I was the only one who mixed ketchup with mayo. My friends never understood me. They thought I was a culinary abomination.
The mayo mixed with ketchup is also called Russian Dressing. My dad learned it somewhere and that was how we always had tuna in our house when I was a kid - never with just plain mayo.
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I love to dip in a mix of Chik-fil-a's polynesian sauce and honey mustard sauce.
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I love ketchup & mayonnaise on my french fries, especially Thomy Rot Weiss.
I haven't even heard there was such a thing! You're supposed to keep me posted on these things!!
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Just read a Jeffery Steingarten essay which he waxes poetic about potatoes (fries) deep fried in horse fat. Somehow the horse fat is the perfect frying medium, it allows for them to be come ultra crisp without a mealy interior and the fat really doesn't have any taste.
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Huh....I can't help but wonder what they do with the rest of the horse....BLEH
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He had a friend bring back horse fat from Belgium. It's not illegal in the U.S. but the essay was written 17 years ago or so.
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Just read a Jeffery Steingarten essay which he waxes poetic about potatoes (fries) deep fried in horse fat. Somehow the horse fat is the perfect frying medium, it allows for them to be come ultra crisp without a mealy interior and the fat really doesn't have any taste.
Sometimes I worry that my face will freeze in the position it ends up in when reading some posts...like this one!

We need a "wincing" face icon. I can pose for it.

(I know this is a perfectly acceptable and maybe even desirable way to cook fries, but my face has a mind of its own.)
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Sometimes I worry that my face will freeze in the position it ends up in when reading some posts...like this one!

We need a "wincing" face icon. I can pose for it.

(I know this is a perfectly acceptable and maybe even desirable way to cook fries, but my face has a mind of its own.)
I KNOW!!!! This thread and the human fried meatball thread.... I swear. YUK
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*ignoring some of these posts that threaten to ruin the hungry, nummy atmosphere here...*

I love my fries crispy, and love to dip them in ketchup, sometimes ketchup and mustard mixed, and sometimes in ranch dressing.
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i like to dip mine in a mix of balsamic vinegar and dijon mustaaaaard.
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i like to dip mine in a mix of balsamic vinegar and dijon mustaaaaard.
That sounds SOOOO yummy.

Where did you discover that?
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I got it in Germany, but I used it all by the time you came to visit...

At least, I left you some chocolate.
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When made well sweet potato fries are the best!! Yum.Thank God I know a place around here to get 'em.
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That sounds SOOOO yummy.

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haha, that's actually my favorite salad dressing as well, i made it one day when we were out of the bottled kind and have never looked back!! i don't even use olive oil, just the vinegar and mustard...and if you don't like how balsamic stains the food, you can get 'white' balsamic, it's deeeeeelish too!
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I got it in Germany, but I used it all by the time you came to visit...

At least, I left you some chocolate.

Oh yeah, ok...that's an acceptable substitution. Is this something they don't sell in the States?
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