The Condiment Adele Always Carries With Her

Through the years, Adele has earned many accolades from her music and 2021 has proved to be no exception for the superstar. Since the release of her album, "30," which we just can't stop listening to, Adele has found herself in the spotlight once again. With her "One Night Only" concert, exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey, and the rumors surrounding her diet, fans are back to being obsessed with Adele. After all, per British Vogue, we are long overdue for an Adele fix as she has been "off-grid" since 2016.

Aside from her powerful vocals, however, there's another talent the singer has that many people may not know about — Adele can cook. In a YouTube taste test video by British Vogue, she boasts, "I know everything there is to know about food," and "I do make an incredible, even Italians I know have said this, I make an incredible spicy pasta." Adele, if you are reading this, we would love an invite to your dinner table. 

In this video, we learn another fun fact about Adele — she keeps her favorite condiment in her purse.

Adele adores Heinz ketchup

Adele explains in the British Vogue Ultimate Taste Test that she is particular about her ketchup and doesn't like it when it's too "vinegary" so she carries Heinz ketchup packets with her. The music star states, "Beyoncé has hot sauce in her bag, I have Heinz ketchup." It's not such a stretch, after all, you never know when you're going to have to add some extra flavor to your meal.

Carrying ketchup in her purse is also the perfect addition to her once-a-week McDonald's indulgence of chicken McNuggets, Big Mac, and fries, which Adele reveals would be her last meal. 

And while the "Easy On Me" singer does enjoy fast food, there are two foods you will never see the singer eat — pickled eggs and jellied eel. Adele states during the British Vogue taste test that jellied eel has "no flavor at all" and pickled eggs just aren't her thing. We can't say those foods are on the top of our list either, but as for the Heinz ketchup, we think many may agree that sometimes a ketchup fix is necessary.