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Lost in the Sauce is a terribly uncreative term. Anyone who cooks and/or eats food knows that a great sauce is used to smother things.

Smother your meatballs in the Sunday gravy.

Smother your turkey and mashed potatoes in cranberry sauce and gravy.

Smother your pulled pork in bbq sauce.

Smother your wings in hot sauce.

It’s too bad, I guess, that the cornerback position doesn’t have any good metaphorical similarities to completely covering something.

Better that we loosely rhyme “lost” with “sauce”.

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47 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

Lost in the Sauce is a terribly uncreative term. Anyone who cooks and/or eats food knows that a great sauce is used to smother things.

Smother your meatballs in the Sunday gravy.

Smother your turkey and mashed potatoes in cranberry sauce and gravy.

Smother your pulled pork in bbq sauce.

Smother your wings in hot sauce.

It’s too bad, I guess, that the cornerback position doesn’t have any good metaphorical similarities to completely covering something.

Better that we loosely rhyme “lost” with “sauce”.

With his coverage I could see a State Farm contract in his future.

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1 hour ago, Integrity28 said:

Lost in the Sauce is a terribly uncreative term. Anyone who cooks and/or eats food knows that a great sauce is used to smother things.

Smother your meatballs in the Sunday gravy.

Smother your turkey and mashed potatoes in cranberry sauce and gravy.

Smother your pulled pork in bbq sauce.

Smother your wings in hot sauce.

It’s too bad, I guess, that the cornerback position doesn’t have any good metaphorical similarities to completely covering something.

Better that we loosely rhyme “lost” with “sauce”.

Cranberry sauce, just no.  No

rest is great

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1 hour ago, Integrity28 said:

Lost in the Sauce is a terribly uncreative term. Anyone who cooks and/or eats food knows that a great sauce is used to smother things.

Smother your meatballs in the Sunday gravy.

Smother your turkey and mashed potatoes in cranberry sauce and gravy.

Smother your pulled pork in bbq sauce.

Smother your wings in hot sauce.

It’s too bad, I guess, that the cornerback position doesn’t have any good metaphorical similarities to completely covering something.

Better that we loosely rhyme “lost” with “sauce”.

I prefer "relish the sauce"

Ad-Rock Reaction GIF by Beastie Boys

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That was one of the best film break down of a player I've seen in a long while.

Big Apple sauce gardner is special. I can see why Joe Douglas (and his team) were SOOOO happy when Sauce was still there at 4. Texans taking Singletary made their day (and ours too, but we just didn't know it yet!).

Thanks for sharing!

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I need “sauce” suggestions for a couple sandwiches 
turkey with bacon lettuce and tomato. Mayo is just a little too blah 
chicken cutlet with bacon lettuce and tomato. Again mayo just no. 
 
 

Try a garlic and lemon aoli. 1/4 cup Mayo, 1 tsp garlic powder and about 1/4 tsp lemon juice. Adjust measurements for taste but that’s basically it. Mix it together and it will jazz up even the most boring sandwich.
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3 minutes ago, BloodGreen said:


Try a garlic and lemon aoli. 1/4 cup Mayo, 1 tsp garlic powder and about 1/4 tsp lemon juice. Adjust measurements for taste but that’s basically it. Mix it together and it will jazz up even the most boring sandwich.

Damn !   That sounds legit ?

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3 hours ago, Larz said:

I need “sauce” suggestions for a couple sandwiches 

turkey with bacon lettuce and tomato. Mayo is just a little too blah 

chicken cutlet with bacon lettuce and tomato. Again mayo just no. 
 

 

Honey mustard on the turkey.

Cheddar beer cheese sauce on the chicken.

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3 hours ago, Larz said:

I need “sauce” suggestions for a couple sandwiches 

turkey with bacon lettuce and tomato. Mayo is just a little too blah 

chicken cutlet with bacon lettuce and tomato. Again mayo just no. 
 

 

I heard mayochup is the new thing.  
THIS is SO GOOD. It makes even the most boring food taste good 

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6 hours ago, Integrity28 said:

Lost in the Sauce is a terribly uncreative term. Anyone who cooks and/or eats food knows that a great sauce is used to smother things.

Smother your meatballs in the Sunday gravy.

Smother your turkey and mashed potatoes in cranberry sauce and gravy.

Smother your pulled pork in bbq sauce.

Smother your wings in hot sauce.

It’s too bad, I guess, that the cornerback position doesn’t have any good metaphorical similarities to completely covering something.

Better that we loosely rhyme “lost” with “sauce”.

I guess you're from Philly or in Jersey bordering Phiily but here in NY it's Sunday Sauce?

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4 hours ago, BloodGreen said:


Try a garlic and lemon aoli. 1/4 cup Mayo, 1 tsp garlic powder and about 1/4 tsp lemon juice. Adjust measurements for taste but that’s basically it. Mix it together and it will jazz up even the most boring sandwich.

Psssshh. Garlic powder? Take some fresh garlic and confit it in oil. Once it’s roasted smash it to a paste, add your Mayo and lemon. And of course u need some parsley in there.

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5 hours ago, BloodGreen said:


Try a garlic and lemon aoli. 1/4 cup Mayo, 1 tsp garlic powder and about 1/4 tsp lemon juice. Adjust measurements for taste but that’s basically it. Mix it together and it will jazz up even the most boring sandwich.

I'm going to try that

 

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12 hours ago, Larz said:

I need “sauce” suggestions for a couple sandwiches 

turkey with bacon lettuce and tomato. Mayo is just a little too blah 

Try a garlic aioli in place of mayo 

12 hours ago, Larz said:

chicken cutlet with bacon lettuce and tomato. Again mayo just no. 

Chik-Fil-A sauce 

Or

a creamy chipotle sauce 

 

 

 

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