View Poll Results: Do you put ketchup on your eggs?

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Thread: Do you put ketchup on your eggs?

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    Seems so

    By the way, fried eggs and chili are worth the try too.
    Carpe diem

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    Hey i don't even eat egg

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    Well I'm proud to say that, this week I had an egg and cheese sandwhich WITH ketchup.

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    hehehe, you guys are makin' me hungry

    i love eggs, boiled, fried, poached, omlettes whatever

    it all depends how the eggs are prepared and how i'm eating them at the time
    i could only put ketchup on fried eggs if i was making a sandwich with other fried food like sausage, bacon, etc.

    hard boiled eggs are nice mashed with mayonaise

    a plain fried egg sandwich is lovely with a bit of HP Sauce and some grated cheese, not sure how many of you guys will have heard of HP sauce, so:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HP_Sauce

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    My wife and kids all use Ketchup on their eggs. As for me Ketchup is not meant to be put on eggs.

    btw... do you say Ketchup or Catsup? If this was already mentioned, too bad. I'm too lazy to read all these posts.

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    I've never seen Catsup in that thread

    And I'm to lazy to google for Catsup... 't is something for the cats?
    Carpe diem

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    You never heard of Ketchup being called Catsup?

    I believe Ketchup/Catsup was originaly a Chinese fish sauce and the name Catsup is closer to the Chinese sounding name then is Ketchup. Something like this.

    Google it, I'm too lazy to write more.

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    yeah I've heard ketchup being called catsup, in fact it briefly mentions it on wikipedia.com

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    I don't think the combination of ketchup and egg is for me... at least I can't imagine the taste. maybe I'll try it out sometime...

    I usually eat soft-bioled eggs with salt and hard-boiled ones with either mayonnaise or salt. Where I come from mayonnaise is pretty common for eating eggs. For French fries (i.e. potatoe chips) I also prefer mayonnaise to ketchup.

    About the origins of ketchup: did you know that the Romans had something similar in taste which was made of slightly rotten fish? *shudder*

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    hmm i used to when i was younger.. now, not so much. sure brings me back tho. those were the days, the messy and sticky days.

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