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View Poll Results: If you could only have one condiment for the rest of your life?
Ketchup 7 17.95%
Yellow Mustard 1 2.56%
Brown Mustard 3 7.69%
Mayo 8 20.51%
Miracle Whip? 5 12.82%
Relish 0 0%
Honey Mustard 1 2.56%
Horse Raddish 1 2.56%
Ranch Dressing 2 5.13%
BBQ sauce 11 28.21%
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Old 09-27-2009, 03:55 PM   #11
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That has to be one of the hardest damn questions we have ever had around here.

Only one condiment?? I think I might die with only one.

I voted Miracle Whip, because it goes well with a lot of stuff and I love BLT's as well.

But damn it man, what about hot dogs? You can't have a hot dog with mustard - that is just plain Un-American!

Really tough question Tango! Well done on anotehr thought provoking thread.

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What about salsa? I put salsa on everything.


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BBQ Sause, tons of it.
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I chose BBQ sause as that's the closest thing to hot sauce that you have listed.
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Just throw some Bhut Jolokia in the blender..
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Glad to see everyone having fun with this one.

Ok I guess we can use horse raddish for tabasco.
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Put me down for Tabasco or Tapitio sauce
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I went with Mayo. But ketchup and mustard are tied for second place.
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I wnet with BBQ, but didn't see Salsa or Tabasco; those two would really be my top picks.
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cause without mayo how would you make a grilled cheese sandwhich?


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