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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-16-2017, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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Last Saturday night, after a week of hunting, we decided to head out to grab a bite to eat. Nothing fancy, just sandwiches and a few beers. We sat at the bar because the place was not very busy. I ordered a cheeseburger and French fries. I asked the bartender, he took our order, if I could have some mustard with the burger. The food arrives and he gives me Great Value yellow mustard. Great Value yellow mustard? I thought to myself, there is no way I am fouling my burger with yellow mustard. I politely asked if he had any spicy brown mustard. I'm always polite to people handling my food. He said no, Great Value yellow was all he had. He didn't even have Great Value brown, if there is such a thing. He then offers honey mustard. Honey mustard? Where am I, Mars? I decline the honey mustard. What's up with that? I mean, it's not like Gulden's or some other spicy brown mustard is so expensive they couldn't afford to offer two different kinds. I decided to put Heinz ketchup on it instead of yellow mustard.

Btw, I wouldn't have used any brand of yellow mustard on my burger. Also, the burger was pretty darn good even without the spicy brown mustard.


What's on your burger? Brown or yellow?

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-16-2017, 07:58 AM
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Whatever is left in the fridge...... CMON MAN
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Sounds like you were at the Hallton Hilton...
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Quality condiments are a thing of the past at restaurants. It's all about the bottom line so they offer the cheapest there is and it means that if you want anything more than watered down catsup or yellow mustard then you need to BYOC. It' sad.
BTW - good move not irritating the food handling staff......

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Nothing fancy, just sandwiches and a few beers. We sat at the bar because the place was not very busy. I ordered a cheeseburger and French fries.

And they didn't have designer craft gourmet mustard????? What's this world coming to?


Ha ha and you went there for the food?

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And they didn't have designer craft gourmet mustard????? What's this world coming to?


I didn't ask for any fancy schmancy mustard. Just some Gulden's. Geez, I buy it for a dollar a jar. I would've taken a store brand spicy brown but they didn't even have that!

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I use Great Value Honey Mustard, not allowed to use Ketchup according to my Cardiologist..
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When I want simple, I just go with PB&J. That goes will with anything but a lite beer. But then nothing goes good with lite beer.

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What kind of mustard do you put on a pb&j?
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