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Ketchup or Gravy?

Ketchup or Gravy

  • Ketchup

    Votes: 5 15.2%
  • Gravy

    Votes: 24 72.7%
  • Other

    Votes: 7 21.2%

  • Total voters
    33

Waylon mark

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Ketchup is for fried potatoes and really not much else.

Seems like something that would be way better with gravy although that term means a lot of different things in a lot of different places. My first thought is a cheesy bechamel with a little heat.
I cover my fried taters in mustard ,weird but I love it
 

mattfish

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I would love to vote but can’t having never enjoyed such a delicacy.

a recipe would be awesome! I mean directions as well do t know my way around the culinary arts at all.
 
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boyne bowhunter

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There's several versions of Pasty recipes here. The one we use is closest to the first one listed but instead of ground meat we cube the meat into about 1/4" cubes or so. We also cube the potatoes and rutabaga in similar size rather than chop. The dough is the hardest part to get right . . . in a pinch you can use purchased pie dough but I definitely like the homemade better.

 

MattMan81

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Neither. Strait up hot LETHO'S pasty on highway 2. You'd think your in paradise, but it's about 60 miles to dah north.
 

boyne bowhunter

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Neither. Strait up hot LETHO'S pasty on highway 2. You'd think your in paradise, but it's about 60 miles to dah north.
I miss the Suomi Bakery Pasties from Houghton. Man were those good . . ., best I've ever had. Unfortunately that's a 6 1/2 hour drive north. :(
 

mattfish

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The little woman went to the grocery store today as is her usual day to shop. But I beat the wrap! After reading this I texted her a list of necessary ingredients. Had to send he r epic of a Rutabugger!

She still had to ask for assistance from the produce guy. But hey gotta make some pasty venison.
 

boyne bowhunter

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I have to admit, when they're warm out of the oven I prefer gravy. Once they're leftovers and I'm eating them cold for lunch, ketchup it is. I like them both ways.
 
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