Fry Sauce

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  1. Hoofbite

    Hoofbite Well-Known Member

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    I'm from the Northwest (Idaho) and whenever I ask restaurants for fry sauce, I usually get a really odd look.

    Is it really that uncommon?

    It's a mixture of mayonnaise and ketchup with some extra spices......preferably none though.

    I know they have this stuff in Puerto Rico except they just call it "mayo-ketchup".

    From what I have heard, Utah likes to lay claim to the origins but as far as I am concerned, it's an Idaho product.

    I hate mayo but when you mix it with ketchup, its amazing.

    Anyone else ever had it?

    Anyone else know it by a different name?
  2. Rynie

    Rynie Benched

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    Fry sauce?
  3. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg That gum you like.

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    Honestly, this is the first I've ever heard the term.
  4. urface59

    urface59 Active Member

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    I have never heard that term in my life.
  5. Hoofbite

    Hoofbite Well-Known Member

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    Bunch of queens.
  6. trickblue

    trickblue Not Old School...Old Testament...

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    Never heard of it...
  7. DMOB

    DMOB Member

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    Nope, never heard of it
  8. laythewood28

    laythewood28 Active Member

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    being Puerto Rican I've heard Mayo-ketchup before but not fry sauce. I use mayo-ketchup on fried plantains.
  9. BehindEnemyLinez

    BehindEnemyLinez Optimist Prime

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    Must be an Idaho thing because I've never heard of "fry sauce" either! When in high school there were some folks that put mayo & ketchup on their fries but there was no specific name for the mixture...
  10. Sam I Am

    Sam I Am Unfriendly and Aloof!

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    Never heard of it and it sounds nasty. :)
  11. Duane

    Duane Well-Known Member

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    Must be a local thing. I've been through all of the Gulf Coast states and have never heard the term.
  12. Number82

    Number82 No Helmet; No Problem

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    Thousand Island Dressing?

    Thousand Island dressing is a salad dressing (a variant of Russian dressing), commonly made of mayonnaise, ketchup, Tabasco sauce and finely chopped vegetables, most often pickles, onions, bell peppers, and green olives; chopped hard-boiled egg is also common.
  13. Boom

    Boom Just Dez It

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    My wife is from South Africa and they eat steak fries covered with malt vinegar (called slap chips). It's nasty as hell.
  14. CowboyMike

    CowboyMike Stay Thirsty, My Friends

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    My girlfriend is from Idaho and she was the first I had ever heard of the stuff. Haven't tried it yet, though. I'm not a big fan of mayo.
  15. Wimbo

    Wimbo Active Member

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    I think that's the "Secret Sauce" at the Bronco Burger.
  16. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Yeah, heard of it when I lived in Utah. Didn't much care for it myself.
  17. DallasCowpoke

    DallasCowpoke Fierce Allegiance

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    Yea. McDonald's calls it "Secret Sauce", and they put it on the Big Mac.
  18. trickblue

    trickblue Not Old School...Old Testament...

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    +1 for the Fast Times reference...

  19. Faerluna

    Faerluna I'm Complicated

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    I've used that for years on fish (the stick variety :D ) and occasionally on fries.

    I've never heard it called that, though.
  20. theogt

    theogt Surrealist Zone Supporter

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    Never heard of it.

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