Dietary habits marked by the religious use of a condiment or condiments

Condimentarians view food as merely a vessel for the consumption of what are commonly considered culinary accessories. Many have a general affinity for various toppings, sauces, and pastes, but extremists often find themselves with a single condiment of choice with which they coat most of their intake.
Once again at the mercy of his condimentarianism, Frank tossed his French fries out the window when he realized that the drive-thru attendant had forgotten his ketchup.
by sproutsinbrussels August 14, 2007
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