Teh Squeaky Wheel
Happy Catur…ZOMG WTF!!?!?!?
I really hope that’s not mayo in teh thread GIF.
You got a problem with mayo???
Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
……..”I really hope that’s not mayo in teh thread GIF.”…..
Thanks, Mac…I think.
Not only are the ads somewhat disconcerting -- even by my odd standards -- but I’ll bet “little baby” is not actually on the list of ingredients, either.
In which case, I haz a sad. 🙁
(OTOH, it’s not mayo; yay! AFAIC, mayo belongs only in tuna / chicken salad or on turkey / BLT sammies. This is a principle upon which PommeFritesK and I vociferously disagree.)
LOL. See above reply to your original comment.
Much obliged, sir.
At least Brenda and I agree that Miracle Whip -- ugh! / yucch! / ptui! -- is of the devil.
Mayo is actually the ultimate condiment on burgers or roast beef sandwiches. Just add lettuce, onions, and tomatoes, plus salt and pepper of course.
Well, mayo, chopped onions, and relish are good on burgers for a change of pace (meaning I’m too lazy to prepare lettuce in many cases).
I will admit that Durkee Famous Sauce isn’t completely repulsive on a ham or Italian salami sammie, but that’s where I draw the condiment line.
Of late, my fave way to dress a burger on a bun at home is (assuming we have all the components) thick-sliced onion and tomato, TJ’s Everyday Seasoning and their steak sauce, which has a different vibe than A-1 due to a pronounced horseradish flavor.
And if I’m feeling really indulgent, a slice of extra sharp cheddar melted onto the patty.
Brenda flinches at the thought of a proper Chicago-style hotdog despite the fact she’s never had one; such a vast culinary chasm betwixt us…
Individual component preferences may vary.
Larger image to fit teh new design.
That’s mighty Christmas-y, Mr. Blue Glove Guy.
I can do without the pepperoncini, but otherwise it’s delicious. A good Sonoran-style dog is also nom-worthy.