View Poll Results: Should ketchup be stored in the fridge?

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Thread: Should ketchup go in the fridge?

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    I eat my steaks with a side of real mans English mustard.

    The only time I will eat Dijon is in a cool Swiss new Yorker sandwich, Dijon with pastrami, smoked cheese and salad mmmmmmm

    English would be too strong a flavour in that sandwich

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    I'm telling you mate it's a taste sensation. I usually eat a steak with Mayo, or English mustard is a winner too. Haha! Yeah matchoo I'll give You that one, there was quite a bit to the sauce. Is that burger your own creation or one you get when you eat out?
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    I am a MAN. Therfore I prefer Ketchup left balanced upside down on the silver throne assigned for it on the kitchen table. We may live in poverty but by god my bottle of ketchup will not be left outside (inside the fridge) in the cold

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    Nah no doubt it is nice, Dijon is okay in certain things. Sounds like you are on about Dianne (Spelling?) sauce? Because that sauce is quality!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ross90 View Post
    I'm telling you mate it's a taste sensation. I usually eat a steak with Mayo, or English mustard is a winner too. Haha! Yeah matchoo I'll give You that one, there was quite a bit to the sauce. Is that burger your own creation or one you get when you eat out?
    I got it from a place called tony and frankies in newcastle, a fine sandwich establishment where the queues go out the door almost past the subway shop further down.

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    I have decided that whatever is decided as the best option , I shall do the opposite because I don't like red sauce and only have some in for if my mates pop around for a bite to eat, so fuck em, gonna give it to them in the least popular way from now on just for making me buy shit I dont like.
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    As on the other thread. Ketchup goes in the cupboard NOT the fridge. Brown sauce goes in the bin.

    Also on a side note I bought some of that new gravy in a tube today and had it with my steak and potatos. It's full of win. Squirt a bit in a jug and add hot water. Bingo. Gravy.

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    Fuck no, stick it in the cubbard next to the brown.

    Salad cream and mayo in the fridge though!

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    i heard they changed the recipe for brown sauce and even people who used to like that muck now think it's rubbish. does anyone have any information on this?
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    ^ Hmm I am not too sure now you have said that, I got for the HP sauce and that is always a smile bringer and I haven't noticed much change in it!
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