I Love Ketchup – A Tale About Chick-Fil-A and Whataburger Ketchup Packets That I Hide in My Purse
This is Felicia, here to talk about something I love: Ketchup. Specifically, Whataburger and Chick Fil A Ketchup.
Whataburger has (finally) come out with their own label of ketchup that they are marketing them at all HEBs. I needed this to happen because, quite frankly, I am someone who is serious about her ketchup.
I have been known to steal ketchup packets, and hoard their sweet deliciousness in my purse, or better yet, in my friend’s purse, because there is a less chance of the packets exploding on my stuff.
I do this with the intention of squeezing each one out into a bottle for me to keep in my refrigerator. My husband laughs, but seriously, if you laugh, don’t expect me to share. Get your own boring ketchup.
The other ketchup I am in love with is the Chick Fil A ketchup. It may be regular Heinz ketchup, but I think that the little packets make it taste more delicious. Unfortunately, I am still boycotting Chick Fil A for their former large donations to several anti gay organizations. I have several gay friends and family members,that I love dearly, who remind me that every time I eat a chicken nugget from Chick Fil A that I am trampling on their civil rights.
Now whether you believe in that or not, it is entirely up to you. It’s our choice and you can have a different opinion and we can all still be friends. But I still steal Chick Fil A’s ketchup. (You can judge me for stealing and this would be an acceptable reason to not be my friend.)
I make my friends (Jill) that eat there bring me back purse-fulls of ketchup. It is so tasty that I justify this obvious theft, that is not consistent with the terms of the boycott, with this thought: I am costing Dan T. Cathy tons of money with each packet (not really, this is a franchise). I am really socking it to the man. I’m really almost (not quite, not even anywhere close) just like Harvey Milk.
Lucky for everyone involved, I now have an alternative to stealing small packets from fast food joints: Whataburger bottles that I can buy at the grocery store, with no guilt.
Has anyone here tried the Whataburger Spicy Ketchup? I’m like a ninety six year old, cranky man and I hate to deviate from what I already know that I like. How is it? Also, what is your favorite ketchup? Whole foods, Heinz or the Wendy’s brand?
Let me know and please don’t ever spell ketchup, C-A-T-S-U-P. It makes you sound like a 1920’s flapper.