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Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup)
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Just introduced in Canada:

https://vancouversun.com/...e7-984c-0709f31eb324

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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Also known as Fancy Sauce.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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Sure - poor man’s thousand island. Did it all the time as a kid.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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Called fry sauce in Idaho. State condiment.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [jriosa] [ In reply to ]
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jriosa wrote:
Called fry sauce in Idaho. State condiment.

This! And..........it's delicious!!!
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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Been making it myself for decades.

You take some mayo and mix in some ketchup.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [Duffy] [ In reply to ]
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Okay isn’t this the same as Big Mac sauce?

Anyways I thought it was funny from the article that it directly translates to “shit on my face sauce” sauce in Cree.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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Frequently I put miracle whip (because it’s better than mayo) and ketchup together. I don’t really need another bottle in my fridge. Especially one with mayo (which is worse than miracle whip).

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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I prefer “ranchup”. Ranch dressing and ketchup.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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mauricemaher wrote:
Okay isn’t this the same as Big Mac sauce?

Anyways I thought it was funny from the article that it directly translates to “shit on my face sauce” sauce in Cree.

Maurice

Very close, add mustard relish, worcestershire and you have Mac sauce which is also 1000 islands dressing.




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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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This has been a thing in Utah for decades.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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First had it on cheese fries in New Orleans in 1985.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [H-] [ In reply to ]
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I know it has been around for decades, but it still sucks. A little mayo goes a long ways in my life. Mostly on Whoppers or other burgers and maybe on fried oysters. M whip is not in my playbook under any circumstance. I think mayo and ketchup was invented as a poorboys thousand island dressing in the 40s or 50s..
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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mauricemaher wrote:
Just introduced in Canada:

https://vancouversun.com/...e7-984c-0709f31eb324

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Also known as "shit on your face"

https://nationalpost.com/...-translation-in-cree

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [jriosa] [ In reply to ]
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jriosa wrote:
Called fry sauce in Idaho. State condiment.

Yep.

Also the only condiments Clint Eastwood uses on his hotdogs (no idea how or why I know that though it's the way I take my dogs).

Add some cholula (sp?) hotsauce and your in business by the way.

On the Idaho topic, and I say this as a native, the whole finger steaks thing I was just introduced to..I just don't get it ( on topic as I think that is what you need to dip them into ).
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [CaptainCanada] [ In reply to ]
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Also called the 'Peppermint Swirl'.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [Skipjack] [ In reply to ]
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Skipjack wrote:
jriosa wrote:
Called fry sauce in Idaho. State condiment.

Yep.

Also the only condiments Clint Eastwood uses on his hotdogs (no idea how or why I know that though it's the way I take my dogs).

Add some cholula (sp?) hotsauce and your in business by the way.

On the Idaho topic, and I say this as a native, the whole finger steaks thing I was just introduced to..I just don't get it ( on topic as I think that is what you need to dip them into ).

Finger steaks?

Doesn't fry sauce have other stuff in it?
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [Skipjack] [ In reply to ]
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Skipjack wrote:
jriosa wrote:
Called fry sauce in Idaho. State condiment.

Yep.

Also the only condiments Clint Eastwood uses on his hotdogs (no idea how or why I know that though it's the way I take my dogs).

Add some cholula (sp?) hotsauce and your in business by the way.

On the Idaho topic, and I say this as a native, the whole finger steaks thing I was just introduced to..I just don't get it ( on topic as I think that is what you need to dip them into ).

I love Cholula hot sauce!
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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I tried mayo on fries for the very first time in 2013, in Thailand.

Oddly enough, it's popular there. Introduced by the throngs of vacationing Aussies, who picked it up from Americans.

I haven't yet tried mixing mayo with ketchup.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [BCtriguy1] [ In reply to ]
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BCtriguy1 wrote:
I tried mayo on fries for the very first time in 2013, in Thailand.

Oddly enough, it's popular there. Introduced by the throngs of vacationing Aussies, who picked it up from Americans.

I haven't yet tried mixing mayo with ketchup.

Please. We are an amazing country, but it is the Belgians to blame for aioli and fries.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [windywave] [ In reply to ]
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I fucking love me some jalapeno aioli on fries.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [mauricemaher] [ In reply to ]
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If you add Worcestershire, garlic powder, and black pepper, you have Cane’s sauce.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [Skipjack] [ In reply to ]
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Don't know about finger streaks, but here in Moscow fried chicken strips with fry sauce are a 3 meal a day regimen.

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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [windywave] [ In reply to ]
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windywave wrote:
BCtriguy1 wrote:
I tried mayo on fries for the very first time in 2013, in Thailand.

Oddly enough, it's popular there. Introduced by the throngs of vacationing Aussies, who picked it up from Americans.

I haven't yet tried mixing mayo with ketchup.

Please. We are an amazing country, but it is the Belgians to blame for aioli and fries.

Speaking of belgium and mayo - Have you tried the steak and frites at Hopleaf? Pretty sure they make their own aioli. The only time/place where mayo and fries is appropriate IMO.
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Re: Who has tried "Mayochup" (Mayo and Ketchup) [Skipjack] [ In reply to ]
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Skipjack wrote:
windywave wrote:
BCtriguy1 wrote:
I tried mayo on fries for the very first time in 2013, in Thailand.

Oddly enough, it's popular there. Introduced by the throngs of vacationing Aussies, who picked it up from Americans.

I haven't yet tried mixing mayo with ketchup.

Please. We are an amazing country, but it is the Belgians to blame for aioli and fries.

Speaking of belgium and mayo - Have you tried the steak and frites at Hopleaf? Pretty sure they make their own aioli. The only time/place where mayo and fries is appropriate IMO.

Just burgers but had aioli and fries there... there's a Belgian fry place in the French Market under Ogilvie that's pretty damn good too. Although I'll take fries slathered in Merkts any day of the week over aioli
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