Photos: Ketchup Leather

Today on Good Food, Deep End Diner Eddie Lin talks to Ernesto Uchimura of Plan Check about his signature condiment – ketchup leather. Essentially ketchup leather is a fancy farmers market driven fruit roll up that Chef Uchimura puts on his hamburgers. You can call it a gimmick, but the chef has a good point – by dehydrating the homemade ketchup he takes the water out which leaves only pure ketchup flavor that is then reconstituted by the burger juices which results in a beefy tasting ketchup.

What’s your vote – pure genius or gotcha gimmick?

Listen to the entire show here.

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