People say they don’t like new things. But secretly they do. So they can either hate on it or fall in love.

Whataburger has launched a new “Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2” which joins the Whataburger family of “Fancy Ketchup” and the “Spicy Ketchup.” According to Whataburger it “gets its distinctive flavor from the combination of Whataburger’s signature Fancy Ketchup recipe, a hot sauce made from arbol and piquin peppers and a blend of signature spices.”

The word “limited” scares me because I fall in love, quickly. I got my limited batch, my hot fries, pulled over, and gave it a whirl.

Forget about my Cookout love triangle. I’m now in a committed relationship with Whataburger’s new ketchup. Is there a law against getting married to ketchup?

I’m in love.

I’m infatuated.

I’m OBSESSED.

I’ve stocked piled 4 packs. I feel like I need to get more, just in case they run out. Again, that word “limited” scares me.

If you haven’t tried it, what are you waiting for? Join the fan club like me.

If you want to know how to pronounce arbol and piquin peppers - here you go!

I need this kind of hookup! Whataburger are you reading this????????

Other Uses for "Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2”

I’m already dreaming of what other food items I can pair with the “Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2.”

Meatloaf

Plain Potato Chips

Hot Dogs

Corn Dogs

Fried Chicken

Tater Tots

Hashbrowns

Corn Fritters

Scrambled Eggs

If you have any suggestions, let me know. Send me an email at maryk@townsquaremedia.com

(Source) Click here to get more info on Whataburger’s “Spicy Ketchup Limited Batch #2.”

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