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Default About how many condiments do you typically use

In my case, quite a few.
Sweet Relish
Dill relish
Ketchup
Dijon mustard
Brown seeded mustard
Wasabi paste
Crystal hot sauce
Hellman's Mayo
Dark soy sauce

And that's just the store bought kinds.

I consider the essentials to be mayo, ketchup, Dijon mustard, dark soy, wasabi, and hot sauce.
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Mustard, Ketchup, Tabasco, Hellman's Mayo, A1 steak sauce.

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Forgot Tartar sauce.
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Forgot Tartar sauce.
Right! I do make my own tartar sauce but sometimes buy store bought when I'm lazy.

That raises the question of what brand is best. I like piggly wiggly store brand if I can get it while traveling. Right now I have some kraft on hand.

What's your favorite brand of store bought tartar sauce?
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and horseradish sauce....which I like on roast beef!
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and horseradish sauce....which I like on roast beef!

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Louisiana Tartar Sauce Is the only brand that I like that you can buy. sometimes If I sweet talk the clerk at Long John Silvers I can get a container to take with me.

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Louisiana Tartar Sauce Is the only brand that I like that you can buy. sometimes If I sweet talk the clerk at Long John Silvers I can get a container to take with me.

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With other rare exceptions:
Mustard
Some sort of chile pepper sauce
Horseradish


These are never used at the same time.

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C the L, we are very alike regarding condiments, especially the hot sauce.
I've never found another with Crystal's flavor.

We lean more toward dill relish with brats and dogs but keep sweet relish for making slaw, potato salad, and tarter sauce.

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