Butter and Mayo all the way.
This is probably the main reason I started to make my own sausage. The unmentionables and junk meat does not make it in the the sausage I make. He who eats commercial hot dogs can safely assert he will eat anything...Inquiring minds want to know.
At least when it comes to meat, I want to know.
Everything is eatable if you cook it with a "smoking it's cooking, black it is done" attitude. Protein is protein.This is probably the main reason I started to make my own sausage. The unmentionables and junk meat does not make it in the the sausage I make. He who eats commercial hot dogs can safely assert he will eat anything...
Butter or Mayo?
My Mother is an ardent supporter of butter. My Father grew up with his Mother using Hellman's on the outside of the sandwich, he of course converted to BestFoods when he moved west (because it's the same product). There are many reasons that my parents divorced, but this is most likely the root of it all.
Butter, hold the mayo and Miracle Whip.
Mothers Day, daughter and husband had a get-together, part of which had son-in-law grilling hamburgers and hotdogs. Three young ladies are vegetarians and requested veggie burgers. I had to laugh as they crumbled when turned, and when removed from the grill.
Butter! Margarine is composed of hydrogenated oils. As I understand it, because those oils have been broken down and reformed at a molecular level in such a way that they cannot then be broken down again by your body and cannot be completely excreted. In a nutshell, margarine is worse for the average Joe/Jane than butter.
Mayonnaise? Best Foods, Hellmann's, Costco/Kirkland, Japanese mayonnaise. As little as we can get by with. Miracle Whip? YUCK!
Use very little butter or mayo these days.
I kept both my Garcia pole (with new guides, worn the originals out) and bought two old Mitchel 300's to rebuild my original. Now only use to fish for crappies and perch, but caught my share of trout with that outfit.A kayak and our old Garcia 2 piece pole with a Mitchel 300 playing out a 7 pound yellow catfish on the North Fork River during a warm summer morning would be a joy to do again.