Frank’s RedHot sells dill pickle hot sauce. Would you try it?
Updated: 8:12 a.m. EDT March 17, 2023
Exquisite selections and mix them all together in a *** large jug. Welcome to MS Mojo. And today, we’re counting down our picks for the 10 most controversial food combinations. Let’s do it. Oh no, for this list we’re looking at some food combinations, with some saying yum and others saying yuck, which food combination made you drool. Your comments are always *** perfect accompaniment to our videos. So feel free to leave a pasta and ketchup under number 10. Despite what Sheldon’s mom told him about the Big Bang Theory. Spaghetti with hot dogs cut into it is not a real Italian delicacy. Mm mm mm It’s Italian and the same can be said about pasta with ketchup. Gianluigi Zi, president of the food culture organization Academia Barilla, calls it appalling. When he hears people asking for such a *** combination. Can I have some ketchup, please? May I ask the chef for ketchup? And he put it in an interview back in 2013. Quote. It has nothing to do with Italian cuisine, just because they both have tomatoes in them. Do not make ketchup and tomato sauce. The same ketchup my mom puts on a *** spaghetti baby. So keep it out of your pasta unless you live in Canada. And the pasta in question is Kraft dinner. If so, it’s your duty as a *** Canadian to at least try it with ketchup. Number nine, pickles and ice cream. Pickles and ice cream are *** combo food cravings often associated with pregnant women, Children you want. And if you do the unbelievable and carry around a *** human being inside you, then we see no controversy in any food combination. You want anyone who brings life into this world to be able to crave whatever they want, because the rest of us who eat things like pickles and ice cream or pickles and chocolate rightfully come with some devices. Watching Donny trash Charlie what I want to eat. Okay. On the surface, it might seem to make sense as a *** salty, sweet contrast combination. But you can’t forget the salty juiciness, which for many is an extra step. Their taste buds refuse to cook. Okay, but just a second. Hold on. Number eight, banana and bacon. Although you might not automatically think that banana and bacon go well together, they are both foods associated with breakfast. Why in the world does anyone eat anything but breakfast, people are idiots Ron. So it’s not crazy that the combination would come up at some point. They are bacon banana cakes. Is there baking in these? Oh God. And while you can find a *** number of bacon-wrapped banana recipes online. If you want the king of all banana and bacon recipes, you’re going to have to add peanut butter to the mix. And with what you can now partake in, often referred to as the Elvis sandwich. While delicious. It is probably also one of the reasons why he had to wear large overalls on stage in the latter half of his career. So maybe don’t make them a daily thing. Can we talk about something fun? I know a lot more than fat Elvis. Number seven, olive oil and ice. Imagine walking into your local ice cream parlor and ordering ice cream there. Now imagine deciding what to top it with and along with chocolate syrup, sprinkles and crushed M and MS they also offered extra virgin olive oil if this was the classic Sesame Street game one of those things are not like the others. We would probably all choose the olive oil as the item that doesn’t belong. One of these things is not that one of these things does not belong. However, there is a *** growing number of people who swear by the iced olive oil combo because of the olive oil’s alternative fattening properties. Contrasted with the cool sweetness of ice cream. There are also those who insist that a little sea salt also takes the whole dish to the next level. No, it’s too salty, salty. Number six cheddar cheese and apple pie. You may have heard the expression that an apple pie without the cheese is like a *** kiss without ***. No, man, I think you’re getting an ass when you say something like that. And while we can probably all agree that *** kiss with *** squeeze is ideal, we certainly don’t all enjoy cheddar cheese with our apple pie. Actually, unless you are from Great Britain or New England, England in the upper midwest of the United States. It’s a *** combo. You may not even have heard of. That is, but it’s clearly a *** thing and *** very divisive thing with those who can’t imagine a *** slice of apple pie without a *** piece of cheese accompanying it. And those who think ice cream is the only acceptable apple pie partner. Hello, I have a big surprise for you. You get pie and ice cream. Well, did I oversell that number five hot sauce and ice cream? We know of an elderly lady who would definitely put hot sauce on her ice cream. Frank’s Red Hot Sauce. I put it on everything. As for the rest of us, it might seem like *** much more unlikely to mate even for the heat lovers out there. You know, the ones who carry a *** bottle of their favorite hot sauce with them everywhere they go, that’ll be one of those guys who’s really the hot sauce, you know, hot sauce, braces , hot sauce, pajama tie with a little chili pepper on it. Even those people probably never considered taking that bottle out after dinner. And yet there are those who swear by the cool heat contrast. Now, if you don’t like hot sauce on your savory food, then this probably isn’t for you. But if you dig a little heat with dinner, then you have to try it with dessert. Don’t explain it anymore. Challenge accepted number four, peanut butter and pickle sandwich. PB and J are *** classic Elvis loved *** PB and B. But what about PB and P, where the second P stands for pickle? *** version of this sandwich has been around for *** century with delis using relish instead of pickles during the Great Depression. It is one of my specialties. I’d rather starve. Thank you. Since then, the *** pickle version has had its fans, but it wasn’t until 2012 that this odd-sounding Sammy burst onto the scene, when The New York Times wrote an article praising it. And even if it wasn’t, everyone was impressed with the salted peanut combo, but it grew the sandwich’s cult status. No, I don’t like it that bad. Not for me in this sandwich. The pickle may seem out of place, while on a *** burger it would be peanut butter that could seem off. But according to many it is delicious. I can see what everyone liked about the peanut butter burger. Maybe it just took me some time. Number three, ketchup on hotdogs can’t eat this without ketchup. Would that kill it and check up on us? Hold on. We know what you’re saying. Of course you put ketchup on a *** hot dog. So why is this one on the list? Unless you’re from Chicago? If so you say? Of course, you never put ketchup on a *** hot dog. So why is this one on the list? And that’s why it’s on the list? You might not know it. But putting ketchup on a *** hot dog is one of the most controversial things you can do specifically in the windy city. If you don’t like it, I’ll leave. But they are not the only ones who feel this way. Want to argue with Dirty Harry? No one, I mean no one, puts ketchup on a *** hot dog. What the hell are you talking about? Number two, orange juice on cereal. This will probably come as a big surprise to 4/5 of you. But according to a *** study by Kellogg back in 2015, 1/5 of Americans put orange juice on their cereal instead of milk. People are strange creatures and to some foodies out there. That’s 1/5 too much. Not only is that way more sugar than you need in the morning, but it is also scientifically proven that it makes cereal softer than milk does. And even if you don’t like cow’s milk these days, there are so many milk varieties out there that it’s not hard to find a suitable milk option for your breakfast cereal. So you’ve got soy milk and almond milk. Now try the hottest new craze cow’s milk before we continue. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to be notified of our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you’re on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and turn on notifications. Number one, ketchup and eggs. As we’ve seen throughout this list, ketchup is a *** controversial condiment. You mean Homer’s famous marinara sauce? No, I mean ketchup, people have some very strong opinions about when it is or isn’t acceptable to use. And the one that seems to split the population more down the middle than many others is ketchup and eggs. Ketchup on eggs. Sheep. Really? Dad has really been eating ketchup on eggs since before. He was born a little girl for some, the sweet and spicy and the hint of sourness in the ketchup is a great accompaniment to eggs, while for others it is overwhelming, too sweet and cold ketchup on warm eggs all seems at odds with a enjoyable bite. That’s a hell of a lot of ketchup there. I like ketchup. Seems *** a bit exaggerated. No. As with many food preferences, it goes back to childhood kids who loved ketchup on their eggs and those who generally didn’t grow up to be on the same side of the argument. Do you agree with our choice? Check out this other recent clip from MS Mojo and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to get notified of our latest videos.
Related video above: Take a look at 10 controversial food combinations. The mouths of fans of hot sauce and pickles may be watering. That’s because Frank’s RedHot, a McCormick brand, unveiled a new hot sauce flavor this week: dill pickle. The company says it’s the flavor “we’ve all been waiting for” and that it’s “the duo we never knew we needed until now.” Frank’s RedHot describes the new hot sauce product as “the ultimate blend of flavor and heat, with a sour, tangy, pickle-y twist!” Which foods go well with the sauce? Frank’s RedHot suggests using it on a sandwich, popcorn, chicken nuggets, fries and more. The company said Frank’s RedHot Dill Pickle Naturally Flavored Hot Sauce is available now — but it can only be purchased online here.
Related video above: Take a look at 10 controversial food combinations
The mouths of fans of hot sauce and pickles may be watering.
That’s because Frank’s RedHot, a McCormick brand, unveiled a new flavor of hot sauce this week: Dill Pickle.
The company says it’s the flavor “we’ve all been waiting for” and that it’s “the duo we never knew we needed until now.”
Frank’s RedHot describes the new hot sauce product as “the ultimate blend of flavor and heat, with a sour, tangy, pickle-y twist!”
Frank’s RedHot via CNNFrank’s RedHot has unveiled its newest flavor – Dill Pickle Naturally Flavored Hot Sauce
Which foods go well with the sauce? Frank’s RedHot suggests using it on a sandwich, popcorn, chicken nuggets, fries and more.
The company said Frank’s RedHot Dill Pickle Naturally Flavored Hot Sauce is available now — but it can only be purchased online here.