It has come to my attention that in Canada, they love ketchup even more than in the US.
I want to make it clear that I am not a friend of ketchup. I'll eat it once in a while, under very special circumstances, but that's rare.
I've also learned that Canadians put it on grilled cheese and Kraft macaroni and cheese (which they call “Kraft dinner”). I'll just let that soak in for a second.
Sriracha is a far better condiment. I don't see how this can be up for debate.
It's spicy, it's flavorful, and it's not something you'll find in a pump at McDonald's. This makes it classy.
For breakfast this morning, I had an omelette with sriracha on top. I would never do this with ketchup. I have more self-respect than that.
I don't mean to cause an international incident here.
Just wanted to set the record straight.
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