Though 97 percent of Americans have ketchup in their fridge, it’s become synonymous with cloying juvenalia and rampant immaturity. Here’s its journey from refined topping to childish condiment
People who dislike ketchup, really, really, really, really dislike ketchup
My ketchup is older than the Ten Commandments. Is it still chill?
The endlessly versatile ketchup-mayo mash-up is the secret sauce (literally, in the case of several major burger chains) to improving just about any dish