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Old 08-01-2012, 04:56 AM   #241
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We use Lea and Perrins sauce too...it is so much nicer than Holbrooks
it is the original "wooster" sauce k,they were the two dispensing chemists who "invented" it.not tried any other brands so i don't know what they are like matey
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:03 AM   #242
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We watched a Jamie show one night and he went to their factory, it was very interesting

It is a very tasty sauce and has a nice bite
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:12 AM   #243
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We watched a Jamie show one night and he went to their factory, it was very interesting

It is a very tasty sauce and has a nice bite
i didn't realise it was so popular everywhere.they call it salsa inglesa in mexico(according to the chef that cooked the dish i posted) what was crazy was mayo mixed with fish stock....but it worked.i left out the butter & stringy cheese that he used & used light mayo....da dahhh 'arry's 'ealthy version!!
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:33 AM   #244
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Old 08-01-2012, 07:51 AM   #245
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it is the original "wooster" sauce k,they were the two dispensing chemists who "invented" it.not tried any other brands so i don't know what they are like matey
My pops raised me on Henderson relish, though not widely available out side of Sheffield. I am sure, you may have sen some on your side of the Pennines though, not too far off.

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Old 08-01-2012, 09:15 AM   #246
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Thank you everyone. I will work up a recipe as soon as I can.
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My pops raised me on Henderson relish, though not widely available out side of Sheffield. I am sure, you may have sen some on your side of the Pennines though, not too far off.

It is available in supermarkets throughout the UK. In fact I think I will pick some up next time I'm in Tesco and give it a whirl. Thanks Tatt.
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Awesome! times, they are a changing! Only bummer is, the family is on it's last generation, and when Ole man Henderson goes, supposedly the recipe is going with him. .. we'll see what happens.
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My pops raised me on Henderson relish, though not widely available out side of Sheffield. I am sure, you may have sen some on your side of the Pennines though, not too far off.

hendo's? neow then ladd i'll 'ave thee know arve consumed many a bottle!
many moons ago i had a girlfriend who's family were miners(yes,even the women!)& came from dinnington.they put hendo's on everything,especially a good old yorkshire fry up for brekkie.pure heaven on fried black pudding.
i would say it's like lea & perrins on drugs!!
thanks for reminding me tatt,must try and find some
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Awesome! times, they are a changing! Only bummer is, the family is on it's last generation, and when Ole man Henderson goes, supposedly the recipe is going with him. .. we'll see what happens.
he'll never go,he's pickled in the stuff,better preservative than creosote!
think i'll buy one or two of the tee shirts tho'....y'know....just in case
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