4 Irish Condiments

4 Irish Condiments You’d Be Lucky to Try This St. Patty’s Day

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St. Patrick’s Day is upon us! Each year, we dress from head to toe in green, paint four-leaf clovers on our faces, and dance the night away to the Irish Jig! Bagpipes are blaring, Leprechauns are frolicking and alcohol consumption is in full force. Here at Condiment Connection, we celebrate justtttt a bit differently. We will have our fair share …

3 Foreign Condiments to Avoid

3 Foreign Condiments You Should Avoid at All Costs

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Saint Augustine has been quoted saying, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”  Great point, Augustine! One small change we’d like to make in 2017, though: “The world is a book and those who travel without trying international condiments are dumb as rocks.” We love to travel and we recommend everyone sees the world, along …

How to Make Frisco Sauce

How to Make Steak ‘N Shake’s Frisco Sauce

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Steak ‘N Shake: Famous for Frisco Melts Steak ‘N Shake’s tag line, “Famous For Steakburgers” can be a little misleading. While steakburgers are certainly the dominant menu item at the American fast food diner, true blue-blooded SNS fans will tell you the menu starts and ends with the Frisco Melt. And for those of you who don’t eat fast food …

5 Sauces You Need for NFL Sunday

5 Sauces You Need for NFL Sunday

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The NFL season is in full force as games are underway in Week 3. By now, you have should have a general understanding of the fate of your team (or fantasy team). The Colts (0-2) have been nothing but a disappointment and should continue to trend downward if they can’t protect Andrew Luck. Staying in the Midwest, The Bears (0-2) …


The 5 Hottest Hot Sauces on Earth

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There’s a viral video going around with people attempting to consume the Carolina Reaper pepper. Naturally, it’s called the Carolina Reaper Pepper Challenge and it’s sending people to the hospital for attempting this incredibly boneheaded feat. Considered the world’s hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper has a Scoville unit measure of over 2.1 million. See the chart below for reference. You can …

Ketchup is not garbage

Ketchup is Not a Garbage Condiment and You’re Not a Moron if You Use It

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Just last week Thrillist published an article titled, “Ketchup is a Garbage Condiment and You’re a Moron If You Use It.” Arrogant tone aside, the article was actually impressively well-researched and drew on some highly creative comparisons that were well beyond of comprehension of a plebian who can’t afford HBO GO (that’s me). But the gist of the piece was …

GE hot sauce

GE Now Makes Hot Sauce… But Why?

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General Electric’s newest venture isn’t in the realm of sustainable energy, home appliances or even electricity, for that matter. Instead, it’s a condiment. 10^32 Kelvin is perhaps the world’s hottest hot sauce. Made with the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and Carolina Reaper, the two hottest peppers on the planet, there’s no doubt this sauce will put a fire in your belly. …

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Petchup and Meowstard – Now Your Pets Can Partake in the Condiment Craze

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Finally a convenient, tasty & healthy condiment sauce that makes dry kibble exciting! That’s the tag line of one of the newest innovators in the condiment industry, Petchup. But Petchup doesn’t sell your run-of-the-mill human condiments. No, they’re here to improve the lives of your pets, starting with Tigger and Rover. A full suite of condiments will ensure that your …

NYC Famous Condiment 4-Pack

Introducing the NYC Famous Condiment 4-Pack

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It’s hard to sum up all the culinary traditions of New York City with just four condiments. I’m pretty sure no one has ever done that before, or even tried for that matter. It would just be stupid (trust me it was stupid). New York is a city that was built on immigration–a true melting pot of cultures that boiled …