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View Poll Results: Have you expereinced fry sauce before?
Yes I've had it once or twice before 2 6.06%
Yes I eat it all the time with my frys and whatever else 3 9.09%
Yes I've heard of it before but never tried it 1 3.03%
Um, No.......What the heck is fry sauce? 27 81.82%
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Old 03-12-2007, 02:35 AM   #1
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I was recently talking someone from the midwestern part of the country and they had never heard of it before.....I've been enjoying it since I was born. I put it on:

Onion Rings
French Frys
Freedom Frys
Cheeseburgers
tortillas
fried chicken
grilled chicken
Grilled fish
Fried Fish
shrimp
burritos
Cheese Sticks
Jalopeno(sp?) Poppers
Mashed Potatoes
Baked Potatoes
Salads (when intoxicated, it looks like some sort of salad dressing lol)


About 2 years ago Mcdonalds stopped offering it around here. Just a few months ago Wendys stopped offering it as well
Jack in the box, Carls JR, Dairy Queen, Burger King, Arctic Circle and all the small burger joints still offer it.


I always keep a bottle in the fridge in case of emergency.


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I've never heard of it... Oh, and I'm from the midwest. lol
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That'* an Idaho only think Hans...

You leave state lines, and you wont find it ANYWHERE. I tell people in MN about it, and they just wonder.

It'* pretty simple to make. 1 part Ketchup + 1 Part Mayo for all of you who aren't spud enough to know. Some people toss in a small amount of mustard, but it'* not necessary.

Arctic CIrcle lol.. Man you always bring up memories of Twin
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If someone is curious about fry sauce...I'm willing to send you a (new) bottle for $4.75 shipped and I will include another bonus gift.... PM me with your address if interested.

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I've heard of it, but didn't know fast food joints had it. I did know it was basically ketchup and mayo though, which is basically thousand island dressing. So which came first...fry sauce or thousand island dressing?
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I've never heard of it
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this is new to me
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Nope, never had it. Have you ever had Poutine? It'* a Canuck thing, but alot of restaurants have it here, it'* french fries with cheese curds on top, along with a brown gravy. I likw when the cheese curds squeek on your teeth. Yum!
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I've heard of it, but didn't know fast food joints had it. I did know it was basically ketchup and mayo though, which is basically thousand island dressing. So which came first...fry sauce or thousand island dressing?
its also the sause used in bigmacs
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3 orders thus far, any more takers?
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