If I'm American and eat french fries with mayonnaise instead of ketchup, does that make me a hipster wanna be meme eater?
it makes you even more of a fat shit since mayo is almost entirely fat
>Ketchup is an insult to good fries. It's way too sweet. Lemon mayo is the only way.
Ketchup has been getting sweeter over the years, so almost a sweet and sour dip now.
Only homemade mayo is lemony. I think people who would eww at the mayo+fries have never had fresh and lemony mayo, or maybe sweet mayo. Mexican mayo has lime, which is delicious, so is an olive oil one. Any store version of either is inferior though. Dukes is the only really good american brand, since it doesn't have sugar.
it makes you a fat, nasty ass, stereotypical white person. i seriously doubt you need to worry about being called a 'hipster' for finding new excuses to stuff mayo down your slimy gullet, billy bob
I have bad news for you, OP. This is a symptom of a very rare and terrifying curse. Other symptoms include beer snobbery, chocolate craves, penchant for urges of bloodlust towards bureaucrats, and a schitzophrenic urge to fight yourself in three different languages.
You have become a were-Belgian.
Can you tell me where and when you were first bitten by a serial child molester?
Official /ck/ fry sauce tier list
1. Chili (as in chili con carne, not chili sauce)
3. Peanut sauce
7. Chili sauce
998. "Fry sauce"
999. Quninky sauce
I only eat French Fries by itself like a man. Occasionally I will have fries with Chili Cheese or Chili Con Carne, but that's it.
>not making your own mayo from scratch
>not mixing homemade mayo with roasted garlic and lime juice for god-tier dipping sauce
I've been wanting to try this for a while.
Do you happen to have a good (exact) recipe and/or instructions?
Homemade mayo is tastier if you use only the yolks, but I prefer to use the whole egg:
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard powder (I've used regular yellow mustard too with comparable results)
1/4 teaspoon salt (or adjust to taste)
2 tablespoons white vinegar
2 cups vegetable oil
In the container of a food processor or blender, combine the mustard powder, salt, eggs and vinegar. Set the food processor on medium speed and gradually drizzle in the oil while it runs. Transfer to a container with a lid and store.
I like to add a bit of garlic powder and lemon juice to my mayo to make it more tangy and savory
>not using delicious kens steakhouse ranch
I'll accept mayo, it's got those extra calories required by the American diet.
The best answer would have been ketchup with black pepper.
>eating fries while spatzel exists
>all things aside, ketchup isn't good for anything
>apart from everything, ketchup isn't good for anything
they are called chips you stupid dumb fuck yanks, stop corrupting the english language please.
Divergence among regional dialects is natural. British variations of English has changed as much as American ones since the 17th century so fuck off with this 'only my specific accent is true and authentic.' It's equally embarrassing when anyone does it, not just Americans.