A modifier that follows a menu item on a chit that lets the employee preparing that item know exactly how the guest would like it. A condiment may or may not have a price attached.Example: A guest ordering a New York Strip has a choice of cooking temperatures and chooses ‘Medium Well'. “Medium Well” would be a non-priced condiment since it does not add an additional charge to the guest's check. A guest ordering a Chicken Sandwich that does not come with cheese wants to add Swiss Cheese to their sandwich. "Swiss Cheese” would be a priced condiment because it will add, for example, a 50¢ charge to the price of the sandwich.