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Nine Epic House-Made Atlanta Condiments

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Maybe you remember Burger Week, which ran last Monday through Friday and featured things like strange buns, secret burgers, and really good fries. It's not over quite yet, because right here, right now, we've rounded up some of this city's best house-made condiments. Check 'em out below and leave other favorites in the comments.

That's not all, though— Rosebud chef Ron Eyester recently partnered up with Emily G's Jams to bottle his curry ketchup, and we're giving away five bottles. Email atlanta@eater.com with Curry Ketchup Giveaway in the subject line to enter. Winners will be chosen at random after Friday, April 26.


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Leon's Full Service

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The Leon's catsup is made in house (duh), but there are also another dozen sauces on the menu that range from massaman curry to bacon herb mayonnaise to goat cheese fondue.

YEAH! Burger

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Nearly all of Yeah! Burger's sauces are made in house. The Yeah! Sauce, of course, is the most popular. [Photo]

Muss & Turner's

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Rosebud

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Rosebud's curry ketchup, created to pair with tempura eggplant chips, became so popular that chef Ron Eyester decided to market it. He partnered with Emily G's, and the bottled product can now be found at the restaurant as well as at Pine Street Market, Lucy's Market, and online. [Photo]

Grindhouse Killer Burgers

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Grindhouse Killer Burgers makes chipotle ranch and diablo sauces as well as the Grindhouse sauce, a variation on Thousand Island. [Photo]

Farm Burger

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Farm Burger's FB sauce is made in house. It's infused with jalapenos, so as it ages, it gets spicier. [Photo]

FLiP Burger Boutique

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The restaurant smokes ketchup and mayo in house. Also of note: Srirancha. Ranch + Sriracha. [Photo]

Bone Lick BBQ

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Bone Lick BBQ makes barbecue sauces in house. They've got Wimp Sauce, pepper vinegar, and South Carolina and Kansas City- style sauces, which can be added to their double stack burger or the big ol' totties. [Photo]

Holeman & Finch Public House

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The team at Holeman & Finch makes the ketchup and mustard (and bread) for their burgers. [Photo]

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Leon's Full Service

The Leon's catsup is made in house (duh), but there are also another dozen sauces on the menu that range from massaman curry to bacon herb mayonnaise to goat cheese fondue.

YEAH! Burger

Nearly all of Yeah! Burger's sauces are made in house. The Yeah! Sauce, of course, is the most popular. [Photo]

Muss & Turner's

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Rosebud

Rosebud's curry ketchup, created to pair with tempura eggplant chips, became so popular that chef Ron Eyester decided to market it. He partnered with Emily G's, and the bottled product can now be found at the restaurant as well as at Pine Street Market, Lucy's Market, and online. [Photo]

Grindhouse Killer Burgers

Grindhouse Killer Burgers makes chipotle ranch and diablo sauces as well as the Grindhouse sauce, a variation on Thousand Island. [Photo]

Farm Burger

Farm Burger's FB sauce is made in house. It's infused with jalapenos, so as it ages, it gets spicier. [Photo]

FLiP Burger Boutique

The restaurant smokes ketchup and mayo in house. Also of note: Srirancha. Ranch + Sriracha. [Photo]

Bone Lick BBQ

Bone Lick BBQ makes barbecue sauces in house. They've got Wimp Sauce, pepper vinegar, and South Carolina and Kansas City- style sauces, which can be added to their double stack burger or the big ol' totties. [Photo]

Holeman & Finch Public House

The team at Holeman & Finch makes the ketchup and mustard (and bread) for their burgers. [Photo]

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