If a tomato is a "fruit"... (in Off-topic)
Does that make ketchup (catsup, whatever!) a "jam"?
On another note. Someone tried saying "no" using the logic that people do not put ketchup on their toast. I said "sure they do", but they insisted that they do not, and I, personally, don't, nor did I know of anybody specific offhand that did. So does anybody here put ketchup on their toast?
July 23 2012 1:48 PM EDT
Well, I like to dip my grilled-cheese sandwiches in ketchup. Is the toasted bread not toast, just because it has cheese on it? I think not! So, yes, I do put ketchup on my toast, but only if the toast also has cheese on it. :P))
Cheese on Toast, with tomato ketchup.
Tomatoe Ketchup and Peanut Butter Sandwiches is where its all at!
July 23 2012 2:01 PM EDT
If it is Garlic Toasted Bread then yes I put ketchup on it. I alternate with marinara sauce and yes it is great with cheese also.
No, it does not make ketchup (catsup, etc) a jam. That is because the process of what makes a "jam" a jam is different that how one makes a ketchup.
A simple jam usually takes a "fruit" boiled with sugar.
Whereas in a ketchup, you would usually puree some ingredients with vinegar being the focus.
July 23 2012 3:59 PM EDT
Ketchup on anything besides hamburgers or fries is dreadful.
July 23 2012 4:02 PM EDT
I can't stand ketchup at all >.<
July 23 2012 4:38 PM EDT
What about ketchup on hamburgers with "toasted" buns, eh? :P))
I'm the opposite, I have to have ketchup on EVERYTHING.
sweet chili sauce, ketchup and mustard all mixed together in a dipping bowl, yum!
July 23 2012 5:08 PM EDT
How to make your own Ketchup: http://www.pickyourown.org/ketchup.htm
How to make your own Jam, Jelly, Preserves and a few extras: http://www.webterrace.com/jam/recipes.htm
I hope this helps a bit, enjoy!
July 23 2012 6:09 PM EDT
Mmmmm mustard... My wife can make some AMAZING dishes, using mustard... I'm sorry, I don't mean to distract everyone form the King of Condiments - Ketchup! :D))
Some people will put ketchup on literally anything.
ketchup would be a butter, like apple butter.
July 23 2012 9:13 PM EDT
It would be marinara sauce :P
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