Do as the Argentines do and spoon the impossibly fresh-tasting herb-and-garlic Sauces ’n Love Cilantro Chimichurri on any cut of beef.To buy: $4 for 4.5 ounces, at supermarkets.
The fusion of sweet caramelized onions and tart vinegar in ’Wichcraft Balsamic Onion Marmalade complements beef, turkey, or lamb patties.To buy: $16 for 8.8 ounces, williams-sonoma.com.
Who needs tartar sauce? Instead, try Boar’s Head Savory Remoulade, a distinctive ’Nawlins-style dip, redolent of paprika, red pepper, and mustard.To buy: $4 for 9 ounces, at supermarkets.
Give any frank a spicy jolt with Stonewall Kitchen Farmhouse Red Relish, a piquant combination of onions and cherry peppers. A little goes a long way.To buy: $6.50 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets.
Maya Kaimal’s Spicy Ketchup is a divine serrano chili–accented sauce that takes a grilled-chicken sandwich to delicious new heights.To buy: $6 for 13.5 ounces, gourmetfoodfete.com.
Smooth, mild, and slightly sweet, Raye’s Mustard Moose-a-maquoddy Molasses is excellent on a sausage but can dress up any kind of pork.To buy: $5.50 for 9 ounces, at supermarkets.
Tangy and sweet like the original, Heinz Organic is blissfully free of high-fructose corn syrup.To buy: $2.60 for 15 ounces, at supermarkets.
A Windy City legend with a distinctive bite, Plochman’s Mild puts other ballpark offerings to shame.To buy: $1.60 for 10.5 ounces, at supermarkets.
Garlic adds depth to a nicely crunchy, not-too-cloying topper by Wickles.To buy: $5 for 16 ounces, at supermarkets.