"Old fashioned" Foods You Admit you Like
Replies: 207 - Last Post: Oct 10, 2012 3:57 PM Last Post By: Fieldgate
Sep 26, 2012 8:30 AM
60I remember ordering a wurst of some sort from a street vendor in Munich, and being startled when I was asked if I wanted mustard or ketchup.
Ketchup on meatloaf sandwich, if you please. But I put both ketchup & mustard on hamburgers.
Looks like meatloaf sandwich is going upscale.
The Meatloaf Sandwich is made with naturally raised angus beef, served on a Collinsville Baking Company focaccia roll, with uncured nitrite-free bacon, tomato & brown sugar glaze, mayo and thinly sliced red onion.
Homemade chipotle meatloaf on Texas toast with romaine lettuce, tomatoes, applewood smoked bacon and chipotle mayo
Made from lean ground beef and our own oatmeal stout. Two thick slices served warm with spent-grain rolls, honey butter, our Bourbon BBQ sauce and your choice of side item.
Even Marie Callender's (a west coast chain that would be right up Manch's alley) has to go fancy: Meatloaf on Grilled Parmesan Sourdough. Our original recipe piled high with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise.
Sep 26, 2012 8:31 AM
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Sep 26, 2012 8:47 AM
63lucapal, lucapal. We have so much to teach you about being an American. You will always stand out as a tourist if you continue to eat mustard on meatloaf sandwiches and mayo on fries (first off chips come in a bag and are crispy).
And Vinny, the day there is no ketchup in America will be the day after the total collapse of American civilization as we know it so that would be a pure survival situation and in that case I guess mustard on a meatloaf sandwich would be understandable.
Uncured bacon? Can there be such a thing? Wouldn't that just be sliced pork belly?
Sep 26, 2012 8:55 AM
64Stan....what can I say?
Except that I'm not an American and have never pretended to be one?
I'm happy being a tourist in the USA....as I said,I even liked most of the food.Not up there with my favourite world cuisines (eg Japanese and Malaysian) and not as good as in Italy,but..not bad ;-)
Sep 26, 2012 8:59 AM
Sep 26, 2012 9:03 AM
Uncured bacon has a shorter shelf life.
Sep 26, 2012 9:17 AM
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Sep 26, 2012 9:41 AM
71I like Marie Callender's, their food is almost like real food, but I haven't seen the meatloaf.
I also like mayo on fries. Maybe I'm not really American. Except I also like Malt Vinegar on fries. It's also good on fried fish so it might not be bad on fried chicken, never tried it.
See Stan can still be friends with us, even though we use mustard. Bwahahaha
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