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    Default what's your fave condiment & gave food item to eat it with?

    pretty self explanatory.

    mine would be crystal hot sauce and I love it with smoky ham, egg & smoky cheese breakfast muffins

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    Plain old mayo. On hot chips 😀
    Or beerenberg taka tala African sauce on meatballs!
    DH is loving sriracha at the moment. He is South African and loves Mrs Ball's chutney which is from SA. He also loves any kind of bbq, rib sauce, chutney, relish lol.
    We buy a lot of the beerenberg range which is South Australian so not sure how available that is in other states? They do relishes, chutneys, mustards, pickles, sauces.. Always have a few of their things in the fridge.

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    Dijon mustard on pretty much anything!

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    Default what's your fave condiment & gave food item to eat it with?

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    Plain old mayo. On hot chips 😀
    Or beerenberg taka tala African sauce on meatballs!
    DH is loving sriracha at the moment. He is South African and loves Mrs Ball's chutney which is from SA. He also loves any kind of bbq, rib sauce, chutney, relish lol.
    We buy a lot of the beerenberg range which is South Australian so not sure how available that is in other states? They do relishes, chutneys, mustards, pickles, sauces.. Always have a few of their things in the fridge.
    we had some beerenberg sauces as a gift! they were pretty good!

    yeah we love our smoky rib sauces too

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    Ketchup and Diane sauce from the local club, I wish I could make it but it's never the same

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    Kewpie Japanese Mayo. Hate to think what the ingredients are but its so good. Love it on Okonomiyaki but also good on plain boiled eggs and steamed asparagus.

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    I love cranberry sauce at the moment, and have it with turkey and salad on a roll.

    My absolute favourite is old El Paso taco sauce and it pretty much goes with everything but obviously it's great with tacos, nachos, etc. I love it with sour cream on baked potatoes, with bacon and eggs, with mashed potato. I've tried making my own but it's just not the same!

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    Love Paul Newman's Southwest Sauce. Good on potato wedges and with crumbed chicken.

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    Default what's your fave condiment & gave food item to eat it with?

    Kewpie on salads, fish ect

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    Chipotle chilli sauce on just about anything savoury !

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