****Although the contest is over and a winner has been chosen, we are still looking for your top 5 condiments… this has been a fascinating poll! Please keep ’em coming!***
As you might remember, last month Choosy Beggar Tina won herself the wonderful prize of a selection of English potato chips (crisps) by picking the most enticing variety of flavors in the inaugural We Are Never Full monthly top five giveaway. This month we’re focusing our attention on the vastly underrated group of foods that make up the world of condiments.
Flexible, complimentary, multi-purpose, and flavorful, condiments are the journeymen of the food world, and have been unfairly looked down on by the gastonomic cognoscenti as only good enough to disguise the taste of flavorless food or as just a topping burgers, hot dogs and fries. No longer. Condiments of all kinds are an essential part of many kinds of dishes, both as ingredients and as sauces, and we’re giving them the respect they’re due. So, go to your fridge and tell us which of your favorite condiments are clinking together in the door. The best top five will win a bottle of our latest condiment obsession, the very wonderful Pepper Plant’s Chunky Garlic Hot Pepper Sauce.
Entries must be submitted by 1:30 p.m. (EST), Monday, November 10.
Amy’s Top Five Condiments: (in reverse order)
5. hot sauce (pref. Frank’s)
4. Maille smooth Dijon mustard
3. blue cheese dressing
2. sour cream
1. Heinz ketchup and Hellmann’s real (full fat) mayonnaise mixed
Jonny’s Top Five Condiments: (in reverse order)
5. mango chutney
4. raita (yoghurt, cucumber and mint)
3. Lea n’Perrins Worcestershire sauce
2. HP sauce
1. Frank’s Original Hot Sauce
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- Top Five Crisps
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- Striking Over Pasta?
- You Have A Friend in Cheeses