What is the recipe for White Spot Triple O?
OK...I am feeling old...I grew up eating white spot burgers and then worked as a waitress for a few years. Actually the term "triple O" refers to triple the amount of sauce on the burger which is relish and mayonnaise. Waitresses wrote down on the order pad HB OOO to tell the cook triple sauces. The relish they use is Seinfelds, which you can buy in the store...and actually so are the dill pickles but no garlic. Back in the day white spot had a commissary where they baked the buns daily and made their own mayonnaise.....it was great. The quality of the ingredients made this simple burger wonderful. Unfortunately they are not baking buns and the mayonnaise is now tastes just like store bought....especially on the ferries. I am definitely going to try and make my own mayonnaise just to see if I can recreate it.....maybe even make the buns from scratch!
There is a whole lot of misinformation on the web about Triple O sauce. Here is the closest approximation to it,.... Well actually there are 2 sauces! 1. Red burger relish - simple, just use Bicks burger relish, it's the same thing! 2. White sauce - mix 1 cup Helmans Mayo, 3-4 tsp of water, 1 tsp of honey, 1 tsp ground paprika, quarter tsp ground cayenne pepper, half tsp sugar (optional/to taste), dash of lemon juice, half tsp minced or finley crushed garlic, half tsp White vinegar, 1 tsp tomato puree. Mix well, refrigerate over night and there you have it! Don forget to add some slaw on the side mixed with a little horseradish sauce for the authentic White Spot experience. Hope cracking this recipe makes your Burgers even better!
The "S" is in the 1st spot (So it makes it capital). The "o" is in the 2nd spot. The "f" is in the 3rd spot. The "t" is in the 4th spot. The "b" is in the 5th spot. The "a" is in the 6th spot. The "l" is in the 7th and 8th spot. This is how you play with them... Print the letters... Cut them out... and throw them and rub them…
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Man o war didn't win the triple crown. He won the preakness and the Belmont and most likely would have won the derby however he was never entered in it due to his trainer wanting to rest him. He won every race except one which made his stats 20 for 21. Even without having won the triple crown He was named the greatest racehorse in history.
Lewis dot for H2O2 can be done this way H:O:::O:H well actually it can't O has 6 valence electrons and the way you used only uses 4 the correct way would be H-(:O:)-(:O:)-H Actually they were trying to show a triple bond, not 6 valance electrons. Unfortunately, a triple bond is incorrect. H(:O:)-(:O:)-H is correct due to bond math.
I have those exact irons..O-size is oversized sweet spot..the white dot designation denotes a 3 degree upright lie angle and is for one who has a very upright swing..ie. a tall person..these are very forgiving clubs as the oversized sweet spot helps on strikes that are not in the middle of the club.. great clubs..but they are now about 10-12 yrs old...probable the grooves on the irons are worn and would need to be sharpened..if…
I think this is the correct structure. (::: Indicates a triple bond) O HC:::C-CH2-C-CH2-CH3 This didn't post as I thought it would. But there is a triple bond on the first C atom and the O is bonded to the fourth C atom. It should be: HC-C-CH2-CO-CH2-CH3 with a triple bond between the 1st and 2nd carbon, and a double bond between the 4th carbon and the oxygen.