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 Post subject: Henderson's Relish
PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:19 am 
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I've just been given a bottle of Henderson's relish by a friend who went to Sheffield for the weekend and knows of my penchant for sauces.

As a relish virgin, my immediate impression is that it looks exactly like Worcester sauce. Does it also taste exactly like Worcester sauce? Is it best used in cooking, or can I splosh it liberally over my dinner?


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2006 10:30 am 
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get it going everywhere, on all foods including cereal, put in in with your clothes in the washer, gives em a hendo's freshness.

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you mentioned............the W word......................i think i may call the police before i commit a crime :shock: :evil: :batman:

you can shave with it,wash your hair with it,you can clean windscreens with it.It goes on sausage and mash and all things english..............however i put it in loads of sauces.i took our lass to a posh fish place the other week for her birthday and they did a"Compote'of Hendersons relish...........i had that" :D

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get it splashed on some fish n chips or some beef n yorkshire puds.

or as paul pointed out, on your face in the morning, on your toothbrush, use it to wash your hair [edit: damn, Richard got there first. grrrr]and have a dash in your first coffee of the morning.

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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SweetGene wrote:
looks exactly like Worcester sauce. Does it also taste exactly like Worcester sauce?


Hendo's = Brazil
Worcester Sauce = Accrington Stanley

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What's the main ingredients of Hendos then?

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ssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhsssssssssssssssssss no one knows :shock:

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Dawoodcock wrote:
What's the main ingredients of Hendos then?


And is it suitable for veggies? Not that I am but my other half is - W******** sauce contains anchovies. And is it only available in the Sheff area?


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Dawoodcock wrote:
What's the main ingredients of Hendos then?


I bet the makers guard that one with their grandmas souls :*:


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its suitable for vegans too unlike the W stuff

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Richard Hawley wrote:
its suitable for vegans too unlike the W stuff


Is it wheat free (i.e. thickener isn't modified starch)?

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Surprising no one has posted this already, really!
http://www.hendersonsrelish.com/content/relish.htm


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its actually made from bits of sheffield ground down into a fine sauce

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After this outpouring of enthusiasm I can barely wait to get home and splash it all over my tea.

What with it being 30 degrees in London I was toying with the idea of a ham salad or something, but now I'm considering a shepherds pie. I'm guessing it would work nicely with that?


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Stop it, your making me salivate.....


Yes, that would be my ideal accompaniment to Hendo's :D :D

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