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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by drf64, Dec 22, 2020.
Hot sauce, yes. Saltines....no....
Related, but hot sauce on oyster crackers is a big thing at the Cincinnati-based chili chain Skyline Chili.
I think the secret ingredient in that video is the butter.
Butter makes anything delicious.
So slightly off topic, but I accidentally used buttermilk instead of eggnog with brandy the other night ... took a sip and was like, “I think the nog’s bad!” Ms. Nutz took one sip and said I was an idiot ... Ok, so I’d hadda coupla beverages prior, sue me.
In boarding academy, there was a 40 minute time slot for lunch, and the cafeteria line was often 20 minutes long, scarf down a plate and rush back.... often there was nothing left but bread and gravy.
So a plate of bread and gravy it was!
Alton knows this. Trust me.
And the saltine is just a vehicle.
They are dry crackers? Why not just put a drop of hot sauce on them and eat without all the oven gymnastics?
I used to love ( still do I bet) spreading soft butter on Saltines!
* butter is good!
Ok, I know this sounds sick, ( and we grew up middle-class, not poor) but it the 1960's, I have memories of making quick pizza snacks ( I was 7 or 8, with my older sisters)
An English muffin ( crust), with Ketchup (sauce), and Velveeta cheese ,
Put under the broiler.
We loved these silly things!
Did ANYONE else remember doing this?
A Triscuit, extra sharp cheddar, a dollop of your favorite hot sauce.
Heck yeah. Even better is a slice of pepper jack cheese with a little piece of bacon on it and a blob of your favorite BBQ sauce. You have all the major food groopz representing!
Hey man, picking fights with fifth graders is bad form.
And you could get hurt.
Saltines and hot sauce...Hershey's syrup...honey...about anything.
You guys ever play bar or Brewpub gigs where there is just ' hot sauce in the air', always, from constant Wings/Nachos?
- clears out my sinuses while singing!
For some reason this reminds me of my friend telling me how his uncle would dip a stick of butter into sugar and eat it like a candy bar
Alton is cool.
He can take something that makes you unsure... "I dont know"...
And by the end of his little presentation I am like- oh yeah! I'd try that!
And I love how its not just flavor and texture, its a science experiment. Often with tools from the garage.
Following this video, I watched one about making peanut butter fudge.
I was taken by the video from inside the microwave. While it was running.
I know a little about magnetrons.
I know it would probably work.
But would you put your camera/video device in the micro and hit start?
Alton is cool.
Wow, that is so wrong! ( yet...)
I remember we had a black lab, Layla, who ate a whole stick of butter that fell on the floor, She loved it!
When I was a kid growing up on a cattle farm in SW Oklahoma, my Grandparents would host what my Grandmother called a 'Dutch Supper' (we have long Dutch and Irish bloodlines). I'm not sure why she called it that, because it was very pedestrian in nature. We'd invite the neighbors, et al.
The supper would consist of finger foods - sweet pickles, green onions, sardines, various sliced cheeses (generally sharp cheddar), various types of olives, saltines and Club crackers and Vienna Sausages. There may be also some chilled/sliced roast beef, or left over fried catfish or ham, etc.
But the one constant was Tabasco - always splashed upon the Vienna Sausage slice atop a cracker or onto a sardine atop a cracker.
But without a 'medium', I can't see putting hot sauce on a cracker.
I may have just had a mild heart attack reading this
years ago my daughter had a teacup Pomeranian. The most this tiny dog ever weighed in her life was 6 #. Someone left a butter dish with a half a stick of butter in it within her reach and she managed to consume enough of it, before we could stop her, to have 3 days of miserable, smelly doggie fecal incontinence. I hope uncle butterfingers partook in moderation.
Hey man, just to satisfy your curiosity:
That “itch” is called a tapeworm...