The commentators asked a good question during this video: how much sauce is too much? This question can refer to a lot of things, so I will do my best to address some common sauce situations.
-Buffalo wings. There’s too much sauce if the sauce is dripping off the wing. My philosophy is, at a certain point with buffalo sauce, you get diminishing returns when it comes to flavor. More sauce is not more flavor, so there’s no reason to overdo it. Also, if the wing was crispy-fried and the amount of sauce you put on it causes it to lose its crispiness, you’re doing it wrong.
-Nik Stauskas. If he’s hitting shots, there’s no such thing as too much Sauce Castillo. Who can argue with more three-pointers? But if he’s not hitting shots, too much Sauce Castillo is roughly a quarter’s worth of play, assuming he literally makes no shots. At that point you have to take him out.
-Pasta. Since sauce is often the main source of flavor in a pasta dish, you want enough sauce for the flavor to shine through, but not so much sauce that there is an unnecessary amount of sauce left over after you eat all the noodles.
-The internet. “Sauce” is a bastardized spelling of “Source”, a common cry of forum posters when a picture of a hot woman is posted without any identifying information that would enable the viewer to locate more images of the woman. The “Sauce” of an image is often unknown at worst or guesswork at best. In general, the internet needs more sauce and there cannot be too much sauce.
-Steak. Steak should never have sauce of any kind applied. Any amount of sauce is too much sauce. For the purposes of this discussion, ketchup falls under the “sauce” category.
Hopefully this clears things up, not only for the commentators, but for you, the reader, as well.