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  1. Kitchen Basics
    Does anyone else make condiments at home? Which ones? I am American but I live abroad so most condiments that I'm used to either aren't available here or are extremely expensive for a really boring version (like you can get "BBQ sauce" for $8/bottle but you can't get any variety, it's just...
  2. Creative Cooking
    I'm thinking that, in order to further reduce our grocery bill, as well as salt and sugar intake, I would like to start making my own condiments, particularly the little ones that come in packages. DH and I buy the little Knorr packs way too often and they're just salt with a bit of spice mixed...
  3. General Chat
    so what condiments do you have open (or un-open) taking up space on your fridge door and tucked back into the dark recesses of the fridge.... here's mine: A1, heinz & country bob's steak sauces bbq sauce ketchup, mustard, relish (plus another lg mustard 'refill' size) rasp jelly 2 pancake...
  4. Kitchen Basics
    I just opened the fridge door and decided to count. I counted 29! Is this necessary? So many mustards, jellies, salad dressings, bbq sauce, vinegars, salsas, soy sauce, sliced pickles and sandwich pickles and sweet pickles, relishes, mayo and miracle whip, even Hooters dipping sauce. Gah! How...
  5. Kitchen Basics
    and when they go bad ~ I was using Stumble and stumbled on this ~ Table of Condiments :)
  6. Just Tips
    I had a problem with my kids using a ton of honey, ketchup, etc., so I tried this and it works great. Instead of removing the seal under the plastic lid, I just poked a hole in it with a toothpick. Now you have to really squeeze to get more out, and everything lasts twice as long. Becky
  7. Kitchen Basics
    I read somewhere that most condiments keep in the fridge for about 2 months. Do you keep track of how long you've had certain condiments and throw out as needed? We have certain items that we use up pretty fast, like ketchup and tabasco sauce, but there are also things that I know have been in...
  8. Debates, Politics and Personal Opinions
    Hamburger relish on both, with diced onions and a bit of ketchup.
  9. Kitchen Basics
    First the ketchup and now margarine? http://news.excite.ca/news/r/011017/09/odd-margarine-dc Has anyone tried these colored condiments? Carrie
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