Silly Quiz Time: Which Fast Food Condiment Are You? I am mayonnaise. Mmmm, whole egg Atkins-friendly mayonnaise. Too bad my impulse is to dunk big starchy golden fries in it. (Link courtesy of Brigita.)

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  1. You, too?! I never understood dipping french fries in mayo! My grandma does the same thing, and it completely grosses me out! 😉

    It took me a long time to get used to dipping my french fries into anything, really. I just very recently came to an uneasy truce with ketchup. But if I had my druthers, I’d take my french fries lightly salted, hold all condiments.

    I know, I’m weird. I take my sandwiches dry, and my hotdogs minus any condiments unless there’s chopped onions around, and then I’ll pair them with some yellow mustard. But, other than that… Ugh! Keep the mayo and the ketchup far far away from me! 🙂

  2. I don’t know where I picked that up. London, I think. I wouldn’t put it on, say, McDonald’s fries. It’s more like, you’re in the pub and you get a burger and it comes with big greasy steak fries and so you put some mayo on the side to dip. And it’s goooood. 🙂

    But I’m weird. I like lots of stuff on my fries. For thin-and-crispy ones, it’s always ketchup. For chunky fries (by themselves), it’s salt and vinegar. I’ve even been known to enjoy chili cheese fries from time to time.

  3. I put vinegar (when available) and salt and ketchup on fries. Redundant, I guess, but the more the better. I was ketchup mmm…

  4. mayonnaise on chips can be very tasty! my dad has relatives who live in belgium, and whenever we go to visit them we eat chips with mayonnaise. mmm. if i’m back in the uk, i need to get my chips with salt’n’vinegar fix (or salt’n’sauce if i’m in edinburgh). i do like ketchup on fries, but it needs to be heinz. singapore tends to offer chili sauce with chips instead of ketchup. i wasn’t a fan initially, but it’s definitely grown on me. now i’m hungry.

  5. Oh, sweet chili sauce. I forgot about that. In Sydney the iconic cafe food is a basket of seasoned potato wedges with sour cream and sweet chili sauce. *drool* It’s so damn good. (What’s the “sauce” part of Edinburgh salt’n’sauce?)

  6. the “sauce” in salt’n’sauce is like a cross between vinegar and daddies sauce or HP sauce. it’s more liquidy than regular brown sauce, so you have to eat your chips quite quickly, or they get a bit soggy.

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