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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 11top, Apr 29, 2018.
Pastrami - mustard
Tuna - mayo
Ham and Cheese - both
i don’t like having more than just mayonnaise and mustard, having a third condiment just clouds the issue.
Mustard for the win....always. A thin spread of Hellmans Mayonnaise is nice though. Horseradish sauce is better.....
Ketchup has been something that I haven't placed, or request to be placed, on anything that I eat since the late 80's. I won't even even cook with it. We have a bottle in the fridge, and the wife and kids can have some, but I have to block out the view and sound and sound. It was a traumatic incident. My cousin was there when it happened, and while he will eat ketchup, it will not come from a packet. Bad stuff.....
This is going to sound a little over the top, but I make an aioli with mayo and dijon mustard for the turkey sandwiches I eat for lunch. It’s also great with some herbs with panko chicken cutlets, or grilled salmon, which I don’t make, but do eat.
So I guess the answer is “both.”
If I had to choose between the two, no question It'd be mustard.
WTF is mayo? Some white gooey stuff with no flavor? No, it's gotta have some kick.
.... but there are soooo many more worthy condiments.
Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?
Mayo just doesn’t cut the mustard for me.
Mayo for the KO!!!
Used to eat mayo and potato chip sandwiches as a kid.
My whiteness has to say mayo.
I'm gonna go with both...but light on both...except on biscuits...I like em mustard biscuits....ummm....hmmm.....
Depends on the context. On a sandwich, I usually go for mayo. On a burger, I want Mayo, Mustard, and Ketchup. But you can't have something like a bratwurst without some good brown mustard.
grain mustard is ok for cooking, but for everything else it has to be English Mustard. Hot enough to hurt your frontal lobes (yes really).
Mustard all day. Dijon for a little kick is my fave. Mayo makes the gag reflex kick in and I’m lucky if I don’t yak.
I thought it was just me.
I don’t believe in mayo.
Mustard (preferably Dijon honey).