Would cheese count? I mean I can eat it with anything, steamed rice, bread, hamburgers, sandwiches, anything thats a vegetable, anything thats meat.
Until one has given everything, one has given nothing.
Soy sauce is pretty heavenly on all sorts of foods.
But I've some others, too: sriracha hot sauce, tabasco sauce, A1 sauce, honey mustard, and of course, ketchup.
Does olive oil count, too?
A1 Steak Sauce
Cocktail Sauce or Tartar Sauce
Gravy-Brown or Cream
Ketchup-although I get really funny looks when I eat at a friends house and ask for the ketchup to put on enchiladas.
O yea A1, olive oil counts i use it all the time. Lemon powder too.
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Gotta say 'BBQ sauce'
It just make all meat taste good!
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Black olive + Lots of red onion + Honey mustard.
Ketchup/Brown sauce/BBQ sauce/Hot sauce (the one that is not sour) on a steak.
Sweet soy sauce like p00 (thou I never eat any bread with any soy sauce, it's kind of weird).
White pepper on a soup or any meat.
Condensed milk/honey + Dinner rolls.
Branston pickle -- it goes with pretty much anything in a sandwich (mmm... peanut butter and Branston sandwiches...)
Its a tie between A1 Steak Sauce, and Freshly Ground Black/Red pepper, although I am big fan of Honey Mustard too...so many choices...