It has come to my attention that putting ketchup on linguica is blasphemy.

A friend of mine noticed that I put ketchup on a linguica dog one day and his exact words were, "Dude, what are you doing?"

He looked disgusted.

Confused by his offended tone, I simply replied "What? I'm putting ketchup on this linguica dog."

Electrifying conversation, I'm aware.

According to him, I was ruining the overall taste of the linguica and drowning out the flavor.

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Now, I used to only put mustard on my linguica, but just a little -- for that extra zing. I switched condiment teams to ketchup when I met my fiancee, so I suppose I have her to blame for my blasphemous ways, even though I think it's delicious.

Am I wrong to put ketchup on a linguica dog or patty? Should any condiment touch the meat at all?

With the 106th Annual Feast of the Blessed Sacrament around the corner, I need to be prepared, etiquette-wise, before I make a fool out of myself in front of thousands of people. I can't be the only one who does this, right?

Let me know your thoughts. Shoot me an email at or hit up Michael and Maddie on the app.

While I'm interested in what you think about the matter, I think I'll keep doing what I want when I want -- at least in private, away from any judgmental gazes at the most serious Portuguese food event of the year.

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