No.1071474[Last 50 Posts]
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What type of sauce (or other condiments) do you put on sausages?
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All of them when I feel like it. I prefer ketchup tho.
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Saus sauce, of course. Thats why its called that.
Dont be silly.
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Mustard, saurkraut, and the sauced onions for me!
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Relish is okay too!
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Wait, what are the onions sauced with?
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Fermented, right? >>1071503
Not even mustard?>>1071509
I hear that live sauerkraut is very healthful too, due to its probiotics. I should buy some to eat with my hot dogs!
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Naw, nothin' at all, just eat 'em straight. Sometimes not even a bun.
Man, that's what I should've gotten at the store, some good brats.
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Ketchup and mustard, or hot dog sauce and mustard.
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Mayo??? On a hot dog??
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I also like... to sometimes dip fries in it.
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fries... fries, i think i can understand. i have tried the fries with the mayo, and i think mayo based fry sauces too are... even better than ketchup often
but hotdog and mayo, this is something that is tough for me. in NYC, the rules for hotdogs are very strict, so much so that w do not even allow ketchup on a hotdog!
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I always wonder what American's disdain is towards Mayo.
it's thick, like mustard (kind of related) and kind of a savoury.
I find savoury sauces to go well with hot dogs.
What Americans think of as mayonnaise is pretty different in key ways to European mayonnaise.
American mayo has a consistentancy much like custard or what Americans call pudding, and that gives it kind of a disgusting texture for some people.
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Honestly, if I go outside of Belgium, mayonnaise tends to be sweet sloppish sauce.
I wouldn't call it sour or salty, but here it is a lot more towards that side.
And ketchup + mayonnaise together is an amazing combo that, no surprise works wel for me on a hot dog...
I should make a hotdog "speciale" some day.
With mayonnaise, ketchup and raw onion bits.
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American mayo is great for fries too...
I mean, mayo that forms puddles isn't exactly what I think of as mayo.
Down here, you can scoop up mayo and it remains in a goopy state as well.
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A lot of sauces around are goopy mayo based.
Runny mayonnaise is something that I don't have good experience with. That's like tose yoghurt sauces.
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Both a good, so we can split it up like that if you want.>>1071564
Belgian fry-shops are the best.
Well, ketchup and mustard aren't typically runny either, so that's like the consistency and thickness I like in sauces. It's not so much a matter of goopyness as much as gelatinous.
I can't make a pile of either ketchup or mustard as tall as the piles (nearly towers) you can make with Miracle Whip, made all the worse by its lack of any [i]actual[i] solid ingredients. It's more like greek yogurt, but more slimy than goopy
I never had miracle whip. I do think I would not have great experiences with it.
I do think America would offer some great sauces. Relish on a hotdog is pretty neat, for example. Though I don't know if I ever had proper relish.>>1071567
Heh, they do have a thing, especially when there's a great variety of sloppy meat snacks.I think the Dutch Satay sauce is pretty amazing too.Remoulase is pretty nice and harder to find here as well.
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The magic pots of liquid gold will make the most things taste amazing!
I don't know all the sauces. I saw a video on youtube about fryshacks in Brussels. Is it true they need to have a minimum of like 16 sauces?
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To be officially count as a fryshack? Absolutely.
Otherwise you're just a snackbar.
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>>1071571>Magic pots of liquid gold
Keep your fantasies to yourself!
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It's cool how it's something special. The people they interviewed were grat.
We usually get two to four sauces at most so 16+ is crazy!>>1071577
Electric pots of liquid gold?
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Well, I don't know the exact number. But most self respecting fry places I know have 16 sauces easily.
But surely there's a pretty surprisingly wide selection of stuff to put with your proper streetfood places.
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we have such a thing in NYC, called pomme frites - it is a Belgian fry shophttps://www.pommesfritesnyc.com/menu
it is my favorite fries in the city c:
Wait, it's a special thing that's called Pommes Frites?
Cause that's like, literally just the name for fries.
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well, it's a shop, whose name is "pomme frites"
they sell... pomme frites
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I don't eat that stuff.
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I do still think it's crazy expensive and still limited as a fryshack.
Do they carry other snacks not listed?
Though they do highlight Glutenfree a lot, so it sounds pretty high end stuff.
I hope the serving sizes are adequate.
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Was that the episode with the virus that got out of the wet market, or...?
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no hotdogs for you, czarina!
do you eat fries?>>1071590
but would you eat it at a place called "hamburguesa" serving spanish hamburgers?
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I eat my burgers at Flame Burger, which I guess isn't quite just "Burger", but it may as well be.
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Ah, well if it was part of an establishing shot that changes everything.>>1071598
It's like a burger with a decal.
--I have never tried spanish hamburger and that sounds awesome, so hell yes?>>1071598
Cam you also order flames>>1071599
That's just how I remember it going anytime the scene went to that shop-
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it just means hamburger, in Spanish! but doesn't it sound amazing?
for us, in the USA, we are used to American style fries - like the kind you see in McDonald's. Or Steak Fries. But Belgian style fries, with many sauces? it is unique!
Oh I could guess the word.
I wouldn't really know, actually. I'm primarily a ketchup pleb, if I eat that at all.
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ketchup on burger is a-okay!
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I'm surprised you're not offering us a critique on ketchup and its application which serves also as a thinly-veiled lambast of American cultural appropriation.
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ketchup on fries is okay too!
but, the American Hotdog Association says that ketchup should never be on a hotdog
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They do not serve flames, only burgers.>>1071599
It's a very classic decal, a sorta deformed fat chef.
Well I'm not american, so there!>>1071610
Damn, I thought it was a restaurant exclusively for fire-eaters!
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That would explain Yann's aversion to it.
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oddly enough, in New York, chili wouldn't be allowed on a typical dog - a chili dog is an entirely different thing, so much so that you wouldn't be able to get it at a hot dog cart - you'd have to find someplace that specifically serves chili dogs
but mustard and onions is -the- traditional new york hotdog, with saurkraut optional >>1071611
we're all living in America!
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sauerkraut is the only topping that is okay, except the typical mustard and onions!
ketchup, only for those under 18!
...and of course, midwest is most likely to put ketchup on their hotdog.
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That's just how the midwest is.
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but moony! spider-man likes ketchup on hotdogs! and he is as NYC as they come!
...i think... right? i’ve never been to the big apple, but spider-man is from NYC!
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mustard is my standby, also onions and sauerkraut.
but i'm willing to try most things! so i could be open to other toppings ^^
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Out of curiosity
there's horrorstories about what goe into hotdog meat.
But is their really a taboo on eating a hotdof sausage pure?
And can't you really not just eat a hotdog sausage straight from the can?
This may be a Europe versus American thing, but here the sausages aren't really raw when you buy them.
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I think most pre-packaged hot dogs do also come pre-cooked, so you could eat them straight. I don't know about canned ones, though, that seems iffy to me.
Unles you're buying special sausages here, regular-ass hotdog sausages are usually pre-cooked in some way or another and mostly need t be boiled or fried for heat and extra taste.
Often when I buy a pack of cocktail weenies to use on something like a pizza, I'll sorta snack on the one I didn't put in while I wait for it to cook in the oven.
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>>1071657>a hotdog sausage straight from the can?
I've never heard of hotdogs coming in a can.
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i grew up with canned hot dogs and never thought it was weird at all til I met Americans
their bewilderment about it is funny
doubly funny that the most known brand we grew up with as kids were called "American style"
they come in tin cans or jars.
usually just with hot dog water and the hotdogs.
Just like the cocktail sausages.
I was just wondering as Vinesauce (NY) once talked about hot dogs in a stream and remarked that people could catch salmonella from eating the sausages pure.
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I bought some sauerkraut to eat with sausages. It's a great combo!>>1071672>>1071674
It's funny how different countries have food package differently. I hear that in Canada, milk comes in bags!
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Most Americans can't conceive of eating anything but freshly made hotdogs. It makes sense that you can only get hotdogs in a can in Europe but don't be surprised if those of us who eat the real thing every day are surprised that there is any other way to eat them. Once you've had a fresh hotdog stuffed before your eyes at one of the traditional hotdog kitchens you'll have a hard time looking at food the same way again!
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I can still gross out Moon-moon over the fact that I can eat bacon straight out of the package with my breadstuff.
I would suppose the US has more lax standards when it comes to meat products.
steal that pic real quick>>1072361
Oh la de daa, look at me, I'm all fancy and high class!
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you should never dip your sausage in mustard
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I mean, formally you shouldn't.