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Old 08-13-2020, 10:47 AM   #16
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Old 08-13-2020, 02:49 PM   #17
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Forget who it was, but thanks to whoever posted this in another thread a couple days ago

How It's Made: Ketchup
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Old 08-13-2020, 03:08 PM   #18
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Hey Adams, I am right there with you. If a steak is ruined (well done) ketchup is the only fix
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Hey Adams, I am right there with you. If a steak is ruined (well done) ketchup is the only fix
I'd go with Heinz 57 in that case...has some zing to it and not overloaded with sugar.

Said it before and will say again. The only thing ketchup is good for is mixed 50/50 with horseradish to make cocktail sauce.
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Took me years to train myself to not cook meat well done like I grew up on but I always liked Heinz 57 back in the day.
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Ketchup or 57 or A.1. or whatever - insulting to any good peice of beef (or any other lesser meat). YUCK!
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Heinz57 for the well done steaks and pork chops, Heinz ketchup for the burgers and fries.
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I love ketchup on a lot of stuff, but steak is not one of them.
I will use A1 on a lot of leftover beef/red meat wild game products though.
Heinz 57 is liquid gold on pork!
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Took me years to train myself to not cook meat well done like I grew up on but I always liked Heinz 57 back in the day.
I actually hated steak growing up because my mom always cooked it well done.
All I knew growing up was dry leathery steak.
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Next time I come across a well done steak, I'll try ketchup.
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Heinz57 for the well done steaks and pork chops, Heinz ketchup for the burgers and fries.
Very good point. Mom and dad always cooked the hell out of pork chops either in the kitchen or on the Weber. 57 was the perfect adder.
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Next time I come across a well done steak, I'll try ketchup.
Next time you come across a well done steak, shoot the cook.
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Using ketchup is absolutely fine! Until you turn six, then people will give you a funny look. Gene & Jude's hot dogs in suburban Chicago does not have any ketchup in the building. If you want ketchup, you better bring your own. If you ask for it while ordering a hot dog, they will tell you to leave.
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Ketchup,57,A-1 all have their place.I would think it is up to the eater to decide where? I use all three on occasion,usually separately,depending on the meal.Condiments can be compliments when used correctly.I think I will roast a prime rib,cooked to medium rare,slathered with all three and see what the outcome is.Thanks for the trip down memory lane A.
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Using ketchup is absolutely fine! Until you turn six, then people will give you a funny look. Gene & Jude's hot dogs in suburban Chicago does not have any ketchup in the building. If you want ketchup, you better bring your own. If you ask for it while ordering a hot dog, they will tell you to leave.
Sounds similar to some of the best pasty shops in the U.P. back in the ole days.

btw...thanks again for that vid. Used it to piss off some ketchup lovers
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