Diners, drive-ins and dives across America rocked by bombshell that Donkey Sauce was just aioli all along
If you know Guy Fieri, you probably know Donkey Sauce. The frosted-tip-goatee model and mayor of Flavortown, USA has made the condiment famous by slathering it on just about everything, spreading its gospel from cruise ships to casinos around the world.
It’s a cornerstone of his empire; a mysterious sauce that embodies the mystique of the Fieri brand. All of this is why the spiky-haired chef made waves this week with the admission that the mysterious sauce is really just aioli — an emulsion of olive oil, garlic, and egg yolks. Frankly, many people suspected this was the case all along, but the confirmation from the man himself has nevertheless shaken some fans up.
A minor social media panic unfolded earlier this week, as a prank article claiming beloved Texas chain Whataburger would shutter all stores did the rounds on Twitter and Facebook. The outcry from fans was so great that the chain’s official Twitter had to actually make a statement refuting the hoax.
The brew is made with actual ramen noodles, and will run you about $7 — which, ironically, could buy a lot of Cup Noodles.
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