It's kind of a popular condiment where I live in (Philippines - actually, I think it's only sold here) . Personally, I like it better than tomato ketchup, because it's sweeter and spicier. Not to mention, it's cheaper too. It's also used in spaghetti, which is why Filipino spaghetti is way sweeter than authentic spaghetti. So, has any non-Filipino here had a taste of banana ketchup? If so, what do you think of it?
I'm gonna come right out and say something that I'm sure you won't all openly agree with: McDonald's french fries are great. At their best, they are everything a french fry should be: salty, crisp, light, and not greasy. I've never been able to make fries as good as theirs...until now. Here's how to do it.
Even people who swear they won't touch fast-food seem to make exceptions for breakfast sandwiches. Something about the combination of egg, melted cheese, salty meat, and toasted bread is so satisfying, not to mention a lifesaver on those especially rough mornings. You go from zero to feeling-more-like-a-real-person in just a few bites. We tried sandwiches from 11 different chains, and were surprised when only White Castle fried a fresh egg in front of us. More results and photos of the favorite English muffin, bagel, ciabatta, croissant, and toast 'wiches.