Best condiments & salad dressings according to redditors

We found 580 Reddit comments discussing the best condiments & salad dressings. We ranked the 337 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Condiments & Salad Dressings:

u/enoughsoap · 131 pointsr/WTF

While this may be fake, baconnaise is not.

u/hovercraft_mechanic · 25 pointsr/AskReddit

Miracle Whip has foreign analogues - there's "salad cream" in the UK, or Kewpie in Japan.

u/squishybloo · 15 pointsr/ketorecipes

>I have never been able to make it myself where it tastes like the sushi places.

I can help! Sushi places mix Kewpie mayo with Sriracha to make their spicy mayo. Kewpie is distinct from American/Western mayo in that it uses only egg yolks rather than whole eggs, as well as using rice or apple cider vinegar, rather than distilled.

u/marty_mclarge_fries · 14 pointsr/WahoosTipi

The bottles of Bertman's on amazon look like they still have Wahoo on them.

edit: Stadium mustard and Bertman's Ballpark mustard are different. Since you mentioned Wahoo I'm assuming you mean Bertman's.

edit2: and yes, its worth it. best mustard I've ever had.

u/KBPrinceO · 13 pointsr/politics

Inglehoffer mustards are great, I get them all the time. I think that Stone Ground refers to the rougher texture due to the different production process.

I also have like eight or nine different mustards open in my fridge right now, but I kinda wish I wasn't out of my English mustard

u/ZeusThunder369 · 13 pointsr/AskAnAmerican
u/insubordinance · 12 pointsr/1200isplenty

In that case, I'm about to blow your mind!

I bought it recently and I'm happy to have ketchup back. It has the exact same taste, there's such a small difference in mouth feel (a little but noticeably runnier/more watery), and you can have plenty of it for not many calories.

u/dmcd0415 · 10 pointsr/hockey


Preach brother

For the spicy mustard bros: get some Colman's.

u/Tristan350 · 9 pointsr/FloridaMan

It is a sweet, almost smoky, cream type sauce at some Asian restaurants served with hibachi, shrimp, or chicken usually. They sell it in some grocery stores.

EDIT: also steak..
Terry Ho's Yum Yum Sauce 16 oz

u/Detente · 9 pointsr/CasualUK

As a ranch enthusiast, bottled ranch is a pale imitation. Mixing a packet of "ranch mix" with mayo and milk/buttermilk is the way to go, short of making your own from scratch.

This recipe looks to be very close to what's in the packets although I haven't personally tried it out.

u/Parlaphonic · 9 pointsr/serbia

In Serbia it's not customary to exchange gifts for Xmas, also if she is Orthodox, the Xmas is on January 7th.

Smoki is a type of snack with peanut butter that's quite popular.

Plazma (they are sold as Lane Biscuits in the west)

Jaffa Cakes (most popular ones are from Crvenka, but Milka makes them too)

Munchmallow Classic (because of poor packaging these have a habit of not being fresh when you buy them)

Eurocrem (a nutella like spread)

Eurocrem bar (the same thing just in a shape of a bar)

Čokoladne bananice

Bajadera (Croatian but popular in Serbia)

u/vanlodrome · 9 pointsr/videos

It can be "lighter" if it wants but the ingredients and nutritional info is essentially identical to american hellmans.

The main component of both being soybean oil, which is horrible for you.

u/WayneRooneysHairPlug · 8 pointsr/fastfood

If you want you can order it from Amazon. They sell it cheaper than the Whataburger store.

u/GRVrush2112 · 7 pointsr/nfl
u/theangrybison · 5 pointsr/recipes

Fucking dogs right? Tokyo Beef, the last slice of Pizza? They no know mercy.

Anyhow. Never heard of Tokyo Beef before, but looking at the menu picture and description it seem like it could be a standard-ish version of this recipe:

Many asian beef recipes use some combination of those ingredients. The thing that seems to make it unique is the shot of Japanese mayo. Which is this:

I'd give it a try and see how it tastes and then walk it in over a couple of revisions.

When you combine the sauce with the meat, make sure you reduce the sauce. That really helps to match the flavor for asian beef dishes.

u/Internazionale · 5 pointsr/offbeat

I am not.

Mcdonalds has been selling their sauces for some time now.

It's legit big mac sauce from the mcdonalds corporation.
I live in Canada if that makes a difference.

Sold out on amazon right now, but they have a spot on the shelf in most grocery chains in western canada.

u/Snukkems · 5 pointsr/todayilearned

Wasabi is 7 bucks a personal bottle 120 for a restaurant sized bottle with 7,000 servings in it. 620 dollars for 2.3 kilograms.

I...I don't honestly know what you're talking about.

And I didn't say 20-40 bucks per meal. I said 20-40 bucks per item.

u/7h4tguy · 4 pointsr/keto
u/larz27 · 4 pointsr/fitmeals

Halo Top ice cream, Heinz fake sugar Ketchup (It's a bit more sour than full sugar ketchup which I think compliments foods a bit better), and the best tasting BBQ I've ever had is Char boys BBQ and it's low sugar (hard to find though).

If you're a juice person, I used to enjoy that Trop50 stuff.

u/redditrandomness · 4 pointsr/keto

I order my groceries through FreshDirect so technically I get 90% of my stuff online :).

That being said...the stuff I get outside of that site are:

  1. Japanese Mayo to make the spicy mayo that you get at sushi restaurants (just mix in Siracha).

  2. Emergen-C Electro Mix for my electrolytes kick.

  3. Erythritol cause....sugar.

  4. Stevia for a different sweetener used in mostly drinks/liquids where it's more difficult to dissolve the Erythritol.

  5. [Liquid Smoke] (


  7. Maple flavor

  8. Awesome awesome peanut butter

  9. Kerrygold unsalted butter. My grocery store doesn't carry it :(

  10. Vitamins from various places...Vitamin D-3, Magnesium, Daily Multi-vitamin, Cod Fish Oil, etc.

    EDIT: Formatting.
u/Thetek9 · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

I've tried some store bought low carb barbecue sauces, and they're almost always disgusting. I've been looking for an alternative that I can use on ribs, pork shoulder, chicken, etc. so I decided to just make my own. Most of the carbs come from the reduced sugar ketchup. It's possible to make our own ketchup without sugar and get the carbs to about half of that so its around 3.5g carbs, which I may try next time.


BBQ Sauce
2 Cups Reduced Sugar Ketchup - 32g Carbs
1/2 Cup Low Sodium Chicken Broth - 1g Carb
1/2 Cup Water
1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar - 1g Carb
4 Tablespoons Splenda Brown Sugar - 16g Carbs
6 Tablespoons Granulated Splenda - 2g Carb
1/2 Tablespoon Freshly Ground Pepper
1/2 Tablespoon Onion Powder
1/2 Tablespoon Ground Mustard
1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice - 2g Carbs
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce - 3g Carbs
1 Tablespoon Tabasco Sauce (Optional) - 5g Carbs
1 Teaspoon Ghost Pepper Flakes (Optional)

Total - 12 Ounces / 56g Impact Carbs / 61g Impact Carbs with Tabasco
Serving Size - 1 Ounce / 4.7g Impact Carbs / 5g Impact Carbs with Tabasco


Step 1:
Take out your drumsticks, pat them dry with paper towels, then liberally salt with Kosher salt and place back in the refrigerator.

Step 2:
Mix all barbecue sauce ingredients in a sauce pot. Bring to a boil, once boiling reduce to a simmer and cook for an hour, stirring frequently. We want to reduce it until its thicker like most barbecue sauces. After about an hour, bottle your sauce and place in the refrigerator.

Step 3:
Set your grill to about 350-400. For my Weber Spirit E-310, I had one burner off and two burners on low. If you don't already, invest in a decent digital thermometer so you can set one at the grill grates to read temperature. It will easily pay for itself in terms of less ruined food. Pull your chicken out of the refrigerator while the grill comes to temp.

Step 4:
Season your drumsticks, I used a combination of garlic powder, pepper and cayenne pepper. Do not cover your drumsticks with bbq sauce yet, we will do that at the end of our grilling.

Step 5:
Once your grill is at temperature, put your drumsticks on. Grill the drumsticks for about 20 minutes, flipping occassionaly. Check the internal temperature with a thermometer often.

Step 6:
Once the drumsticks reach 165°, coat them with barbecue sauce. Now turn up the heat to medium high, cook for a couple minutes until they reach 185-190° and pull them. Let the chicken rest for 5-10 minutes and serve.

The suggested serving size is what other barbecue sauces use. I think, realistically, you will end up using more than that depending on the size and quantity of drumsticks you consume. But some of the sugars will end up burning off during the grilling.

u/pitofcoleslaw · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting
u/TheSlothFather · 3 pointsr/videos

Amazon, to the rescue!

u/CaptOblivious · 3 pointsr/forbiddensnacks

The sheer number of flavors that chips/crisps can be had in in america is literally STAGGERING to the rest of the world.

And day to day in the US. ;)

So, ya, ranch is kind of old hat.

FYI, in america you can buy ranch powder and make ANYTHING ranch flavored.

>You eat crisps with ranch? I have never had this and it sounds terrifying.

You misspelled delicious!

u/zsmoki · 3 pointsr/serbia

Except you said she doesn't like liquorice? One of the main ingredients of Negro bonbons is lakric (syrup of the sladić plant/liquorice plant). I had to google these things to make sure, so that's why the links, if somebody knows better. edit:yup it's liquorice just click on the ENG in the upper-right corner on the first link in my comment.

Then again I've never had actual "liquorice" so I don't know how similar in taste it is to Negro bonbons and whether she'd (does) like them. Negro is only part liquorice, it's also mint and honey and stuff.

Looking around there maybe get her one of these other things (personally I like the "Hazelnut toffee")? Or kidy chocobars.

Speaking of the more popular domestic stuff personally I'd recommend medeno srce (honey hearts), they're like little heart-shaped cake-cookies. Or Plazma, or Smoki (check my name), Jaffa Cakes, Eurocrem, Eurocrem bar, Čokoladne bananice, Domacica, or anything from Stark or Pionir.

Not Serbian but popular stuff are stuff like Milka, or the usual Mars, Twix whatnot.

Damn, I'm hungry now.

u/LeChuckly · 3 pointsr/Foodforthought

I also like Whataburger's spicy ketchup. Tabasco does a good one too. These may just be a southern thing though.

u/Pikachu1989 · 3 pointsr/CFBOffTopic

Gross, Mustard doesn't sound good period. Japanese Mayo or Kewpie Mayo is a little tangier and creamier than the American ones and is well known to be one of the best mayos in the world. I'm not a huge Mayo fan myself but love the taste of Kewpie Mayo.

u/pimlottc · 3 pointsr/Cleveland

Wow, really disappointing that there's no where to get it here, but on the other hand, it's really not that hard to make. It's basically a pancake with tons of stuff in it. The most important part is having the proper sauce, which you can find at any decent asian market. It's helpfully called Okonomi sauce. Otafuku is the most common brand (sometimes it comes in a bag ). For bonus points, you can use Kewpie mayo from Japan, although honestly plain mayo works just fine. It's been a while since I made it, so I don't have a go-to recipe, but you can put just about anything in it, so long as you have a good base and plenty of cabbage. Here's one you could try from one of my favorite food sites. Good luck! And don't skimp on the sauce!

u/Codebender · 3 pointsr/science

Actually there are.

Banana Ketchup

Mushroom Ketchup

u/heebit_the_jeeb · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

It will change your life

u/Terra99 · 3 pointsr/Pizza

Last week I was discussing the idea of having a sushi pizza. I kicked around the idea a little bit and decided I would do a Shaggy Dog inspired pizza. Normal pizza crust with dragon sauce (Kewpie and Rooster sauce) and cream cheese base. I did a very thin coating of sushi rice in the sauce (I'd leave this out next time) and then some green onions and shrimp. I did just enough Mozzarrella cheese to make everything gel together (about 1/3 of the amount I'd normally use). After it came out of the oven, I added slices of avacado, cucmbers and sprinkled with shredded fake crab. I found it tasted best if you let it sit for about 10 minutes.

u/redlotusaustin · 3 pointsr/politics

Great suggestion and I added it to my comment. FYI, you can order Whataburger condiments online:

It's not the same as getting a real burger, but I fucking love their spicy ketchup so keep a bottle on hand.

u/Cras_ · 3 pointsr/Cooking

It's like a really mushroomey worcestershire sauce

u/Theearthhasnoedges · 3 pointsr/nottheonion

You can literally buy McDonald's branded Big-Mac sauce. You can also find it in a lot of grocery stores.

u/jrainr · 3 pointsr/ketorecipes

Or you could use Reduced Sugar Ketchup like I do.

u/overlysound · 3 pointsr/keto

I combine 1/2 cup mayo, 1 1/2 cup buttermilk with 3 tbsp of Ranch seasoning. Keeps at least 1 week (it may keep longer but I use it by 1 week). You can change the consistency and flavor by varying the relative amounts of mayo and buttermilk, or use milk instead of buttermilk for something more liquidy.

u/pepcok · 3 pointsr/BABYMETAL

This lady provides the recipes (Osaka / Hiroshima) and recommends ingredients (such as the sauce) that you can buy over at Amazon (sauce, mayo). Or how to prepare a "substitute" yourself.

u/philter · 2 pointsr/slowcooking

They make reduced sugar ketchup now. I would suggest using that.

u/Prancemaster · 2 pointsr/philadelphia

Learning is fun

u/user1492 · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

It is a UK product, but I don't know how widespread it is. You can order it on amazon

u/isthataturtle · 2 pointsr/CFBOffTopic
u/leuthil · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

All the major grocery stores where I live in Canada have it.

Edit: Turns out it's only available in Canada.

u/Muffinlette · 2 pointsr/keto

no problem! Another tip with these you can add flavor too them as well! You can get a plastic bag put a little flavoring in it and shake it up! You can use Ranch or even add a little artificial sweeter and cinnamon for a taco bell Cinnamon Twists kind of taste.

u/cormega · 2 pointsr/Fitness
u/pease_pudding · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

It's a little like peanut butter, but has no nuts and instead tastes of cookies.

I thought it tasted like gingerbread cookies, but the ingredients doesn't list ginger, so now I'm not sure. All I know is its awesome (sadly cant get it here in UK).

u/barefootess · 2 pointsr/AskCulinary

I prefer this bulk powder instead of the packets. Let's you make smaller or bigger batches easier than dealing with little packets!

Hidden Valley Original Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix, 16 Ounce

u/newgrl · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Needs more Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing... the packets you make from scratch, not that bottled crap. But without Ranch, the shelf seems positively un-American.

u/Envoke · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

Someone else mentioned it in another post here, but the tuna mixture may have been canned tuna, and a Japanese mayo brand called Kewpie. :)

u/Drpepperbob · 2 pointsr/ATBGE
u/AtlasUnderwater · 2 pointsr/ShittyGifRecipes

none of you have tried Kewpie, and I hope you all change that soon

u/gooberrygumdrops · 2 pointsr/tuscaloosa

I just spent some time trying to find some. Amazon is the only thing I've got.

Whataburger Spicy Ketchup

u/meskarune · 2 pointsr/DAE

Pro-tip: Make your own ranch using the dry powder and mix it with some cultured diary like buttermilk/sour cream/yogurt and mayonnaise. It is significantly better tasting because its made with fresher ingredients. You need specifically hidden valley ranch dressing seasoning mix. This stuff:

u/sterling_mallory · 2 pointsr/Cooking

Sounds like you're looking more for traditional, sinus clearing hot mustard as opposed to anything with capsaicin. In that case you want this stuff:

I've tried a lot of mustards, but that one's by far the hottest.

For something hot but not quite as hot, and with really good flavor:

Another good choice is Colman's which you can find in jars at most grocery stores, Walmart, etc.

u/KeplerNeel · 2 pointsr/bodybuilding

Oh boi. You just reminded me of this

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/pics

I'm real confused. You seem to be right but at the same time but from what I can find this was supposed to be a 10000-bottle giveaway thing and people are re-selling numbered bottles for $50 to $150 on eBay.

Are they selling the same sauce they gave away here in Canada? Is it the same thing?

I've never cared this much about McDonald's sauce before.

u/tunaman808 · 2 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

Well, the sauce originated in China, then fanned out to the rest of Asia. Some sources say that the British found ketsaip in China (which became "catsup") and the Dutch found kecap in Malaysia (which became "ketchup"). Others say that different Brits found kôe-chiap and kê-chiap in China, and that's how we ended up with two different words for the same thing.

And, of course, original ketchup was more like fish sauce than the tomato-based sauce we know today. Hell, mushroom ketchup was way more popular in Britain than tomato ketchup for a long time.

As to the "ketchup vs. catsup" thing, in the early days of the Reagan Administration, Secretary of Agriculture John R. Block proposed reclassifying ketchup from a “condiment” to a “vegetable” to allow schools to meet federal nutrition requirements on the cheap. The rule never went into effect, but because the proposed rule specified "ketchup", many "catsup" producers (including Del Monte, the largest "catsup" manufacturer at the time) changed the product name to "ketchup", so as not to be left out of the new bureaucratic rules.

u/TheNamelessOnesWife · 2 pointsr/keto

Use this ketchup instead

I totally get Wendy's baconator now and then. Sans bun, add lettuce, add mayo packets and then use my own ketchup. 1g carb per Tbsp

u/colbinator · 2 pointsr/vegetarian

Oh my, that looks tasty. Found it on Amazon for the USians though not cheaply.

u/TheOriginalStack · 2 pointsr/instantpot

Try getting dry ranch mix. That is what I use at home here in the States. It calls for Mayo and Milk but I will often just use milk and a little plain greek yogurt since I dont like it too rich. It seems Amazon will ship certain items to Argentina like this one.

As far as canned soup and alfredo sauce try making your own. Even though I can get it here I dont like to use alot of canned processed food. Ive had really good success making my own condensed cream of mushroom soup when I get a hankering for green bean casserole. I know that may not be the answer you were hoping for. Hope it helps anyway.

I won't reiterate what others have said about liquid because they are dead on correct. Just keep in mind you lose virtually no liquid to evaporation with pressure cooking. However certain foods will absorb water. You just want to make sure you have enough liquid to creat the steam and account for any absorption so your food doesnt burn.

u/Janeser6 · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

If you like spicy things; me and a buddy this over the weekend, was amazing 10/10. equal parts Kewpie Mayo and Sambal

0 carbs.

u/lindsayadult · 1 pointr/spicy

This shit is MY JAM -- super spicy and super spicy!

u/Weston272 · 1 pointr/ShittyBuildaPC

This is what you need here

u/__zeb__ · 1 pointr/Whataburger

Whataburger Condiments (Pack of 1) (Spicy Ketchup 20oz)

u/KaneHau · 1 pointr/Cooking

Nutella is close and every grocery has that.

But you can buy real Eurocrem from Amazon

u/HerbalWine · 1 pointr/IAmA

I'm pretty sure they should have it in Asian specialty stores. If not, it's apparently available on amazon.

u/leadchipmunk · 1 pointr/slowcooking

Why no veggies? Those are my favorite part of a roast.

I don't have a recipe, but I do have a couple tips to help avoid the gluten. Pretty much what you're getting from the Worcestershire sauce is umami (savory) and saltines. You can replace it with other sources of umami, such as soy sauce (be careful of gluten in them too, I believe tamari does not have it), Accent (MSG), fish sauce, or mushrooms.

One of my favorite Worcestershire replacements is mushroom ketchup, but it'll take a day or so to make. You can find it on Amazon, but I don't know how good it is. (video, recipe)

u/GaryCannon · 1 pointr/Showerthoughts

Not if you are talking about mushroom ketchup

u/hikaritenchi · 1 pointr/ffxiv

Apparently they are supposed to look like the Kewpie Mayonnaise mascot. I couldn't find an image, so here's the amazon page:

u/UnhelpfulProtagonist · 1 pointr/TastyFood

It is a brand of ranch powder. So, ranch. Hidden Valley Original Ranch Seasoning and Salad Dressing Mix

u/zax9 · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting
u/metaphorm · 1 pointr/Cooking

can be used in all the normal ways you use mayo. it's also a very popular topping for some iconic japanese street food and bar food (like okonomiyaki and tako-yaki). it comes in a squeezy tube thing so it dispenses in thin lines, rather than being taken out of a big jar with a spoon or knife.


u/ILoveLamp9 · 1 pointr/funny

Yeah, as your results probably showed you, it has no horseradish in it. Although it definitely feels like it.

Here's the one I had in mind. My folks love this stuff, but I can't tolerate it. And this is coming from someone who enjoys dijon.

u/dieselstation · 1 pointr/vaporents

it's like peanut butter, but made with cookies and tastes 1000x better.

u/tunersharkbitten · 1 pointr/samthecookingguy

its pretty expensive, here is the lowest price buy link i could find online

its cheaper if you go to a place like 99 ranch market(4 dollars for 17oz) but i have a mom and pop asian market near me that has it for 3 dollars per.

u/CarlosFiesta · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

Buy it online when it comes back in stock!
McDonald's Big Mac Sauce 355ML

u/SexCriminalBoat · 1 pointr/insanepeoplefacebook

Just add actual Cookie Butter.

u/DL1943 · 1 pointr/ramen

buy some stuff online and make your own yakisoba!!! it will be better i promise.

if you can find fresh or frozen ramen noodles at an asian market, buy those, otherwise cook your usual instant ramen noodles for about half the time you normally would, do not add the broth packet, and strain the water.

in a pan, heat up some vegetable oil, and saute some ground or diced pork, cabbage, carrots, and onion. once this is almost done, add the cooked ramen noodles and some "yakisoba sauce".

you can buy yakisoba sauce premade, or just mix worcestershire sauce, oyster sauce, ketchup, soy sauce and sugar together, heat to dissolve sugar and whisk together.

cook the noodles, veg and pork with the yakisoba sauce for a minute or two on high till the noodles brown a little bit.

put on a plate and garnish with kewpie mayo and katsuobushi.

here are links to buy what you need;

yakisoba sauce -

katsuobushi -

kewpie mayo -

those toppings and the sauce should come out to around $25 and should make 20-30 servings, then all you have to do is grab a ramen packet, pork and a bit of veggies and fry dat shit up...and that is how to make a very very simple, but legit japanese yakisoba, not the americanized instant version. will prob taste alot different than "beef taco" flavor. much less spice and much more umami. the yakisoba sauce, katsuobushi, and kewpie mayo all have natural or chemical flavors that trigger the sense of savoriness and meatiness...aka that same indescribable taste that makes it hard to stop eating doritos or hot cheetos or some snack with MSG

u/Pixeleyes · 1 pointr/Fitness

Dry roasted edamame

Per 30g serving


Calories 130

Protein 14g
Fiber 7g

u/WASSHOI · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitch

Have you tried Kewpie mayo before?
It's a lot creamier and savory than the mayo we eat in the west. If you've ever had "spicy" sushi rolls, this is the stuff they use to make it.

u/Connortbh · 1 pointr/todayilearned

I had banana ketchup in St. Lucia. Apparently they produce so many bananas they have to find alternative uses for them. The company that sells it there is called Baron

u/Preglant · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

I'd use whatever mustard I have on hand. But lately I started buying mustard in mind with making mayo - my go to is just an off brand Dijon mustard. I don't like the type with little beads (seeds) in it, so I just go for smooth type. Sometimes I use Russian Dijon Mustard, called Mother's-in-law Mustard by Zakuson brand it tastes a lot like wasabi.

Mustard acts as an additional emulsifier, but no mustard works as well.

I do use the whole egg, but I did try only egg whites ones, I didn't like it very much, it was not as tasty.

My mayonnaise ends up yellowish in colour, but not too much.

My process is this - I put an egg, salt, acid, and mustard into a tall container (that usually comes with a handheld blender) and start the blending while slowly adding oil. I blend, lifting the blender up and down a couple of times, slowly, until I get the consistency I want. It literally takes 60 seconds from start to finish, including getting all the ingredients.

And if I add anchovies, and some parmesan into the mix, I get Caesar dressing :)

u/HungryC · 1 pointr/AskCulinary
u/UndeadBread · 1 pointr/funny

Amazon. You might be able to find it cheaper elsewhere, but I already had this link handy. Baron is the only brand I've tried so far, but it's delicious.

If you have any Asian or Latin markets, you might be able to find it there. Probably also World Market if you've got one of those in your area.

u/wooq · 1 pointr/Cooking

"Mushroom catchup" is actually a thing.

Here's a recipe for mushroom catsup, if you want to try making it yourself (that channel is a wealth of interesting cooking methods and recipes from the 18th century)

u/Ariel_Etaime · 1 pointr/foodhacks
u/Oneiropticon · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon



$25 with shipping, it's .64 over, is that ok?

I think you should do the $5's, I really want that book.

don't go talking too loud you'll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones

u/msheaven · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Schmad on my add on


add on 5.00

Bacon mayonnaise sounds yum

and I love boxes and the smell of cedar so a cedar box would make me smile

u/XJadynX · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Criminals butt dials 911 - Apparently 2 guys decided they needed more weed.. and choose to break into a car... what they did not know is one of their phones had somehow dialed 911 and the entire thing was caught on audio.

Bacon Mayo

or if that is to much.

Bacon bits

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/ketorecipes


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u/Noctudeit · 1 pointr/todayilearned

Hidden Valley also sells ranch dressing mix so you can make your own at home (which tastes far better than the bottled stuff).

u/emailrob · 1 pointr/CasualUK
u/Sinai · 1 pointr/explainlikeimfive

Shit dude, $13, I dunno if I can afford that.

Seriously though, it's not that surprising to see real wasabi in high-end sushi restaurants. Plus you can buy the actual root at a lot of japanese marts.

u/Rkupcake · 1 pointr/wheredidthesodago

Based on your comment, I'll assume you're not American, so I'm not surprised. It's a very regional thing. It originated from and is still really only served in Cleveland, Ohio. It was originally served at Cleveland Indians baseball games, and is still a staple at Cleveland sporting events. You can find it in some nearby cities, but even in Cincinnati (4 hours away, and in the same state) it's almost completely unknown.

Here is a link to the original and best one, Bertman's:

It's pretty cheap, and worth a try, and I'm sure Amazon can get it to wherever you are! I recommend trying it on a hotdog (boiled is more authentic to the ballpark) with ketchup and American yellow mustard for the true experience.

u/justineks · 1 pointr/Cooking

You're right on. Sometimes restaurants that don't do a lot of prep will simply use the shelf-stable bottles ranch, and they are all pretty terrible. Some of the refrigerated jars, like Marzeti's are okay, but nothing is as good as homemade.

As for Hidden Valley Ranch mix, I used to get a shaker bottle and mix it with sour cream, mayonnaise, and buttermilk, and it's quite good! It also makes really good veggie/carrot dip when mixed with sour cream.

Lately, I just make my own! This is the recipe that I usually follow and make thinner or thicker based on use!

u/aftli · 1 pointr/bestoflegaladvice

Yeah it's great. I'd like something with the exact same general taste but just a bit spicier, but I've yet to find it despite buying basically every new mustard I see.

The other stuff I mentioned you probably won't find in normal supermarkets. Maybe Russian ones. Here it is on Amazon. According to my Russian ex, the name translates to "mother in law".

u/Pulptastic · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

They have it at my grocery store, Kroger. Also at amazon:

u/Homdog · 0 pointsr/videos

Lol it's not $200 a jar. I buy it at my Japanese grocer for $10 and it's available on amazon for $5.

u/bschott007 · 0 pointsr/politics

I tried it a couple years before Obama asked for it on his burger. Actually it is a nice kick to a well-made burger. I'd not ask for it all the time but it works if I'm in the mood for it.

That said, replace tomato ketchup with Baron's banana ketchup and I will die happy. I keep a bottle in my pantry and an open on in my refrigerator. Tomato ketchup for fries, banana ketchup on my burger. If going to someone's cookout and it is BYOB and potluck for sides, I'm packing some Baron's too for my burger. Wife and I were introduced to it when we were down in St. Lucia for the first time and fell in love.