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Friday, August 10, 2012

The REAL Way to Use Ketchup Cups: It will blow your mind!

Maximize your ketchup-to-fry ratio with one easy step.

Posted By on Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 6:26 PM

Here's your Friday how to. You can thank us later. Like after you've maximized the true square footage of the tiny ketchup condiment cups. Happy fry-dunking y'all.

Read about this mind-blowing nugget of information on Eli Ayrouth's Foodbeast blog. Apparently you just pull the upper ring out to fan the cup into a LARGER cup. Who knew? Ayrouth's friend, the one who passed on this genius tip, that's who.

the old/wrong way:

wrong

the new/right way:

right!

BAM!


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