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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
PostPosted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 1:23 pm 
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Wouldn't you if you were having to fit the words to a Coldplay tune? (Mind you I do like Yellow, probably the only thing I bought of theirs).

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 2:47 pm 
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I think I'd like to see this little lot -

http://www.thestar.co.uk/what-s-on/out-about/i-relish-painting-with-spicy-sauce-1-5776979


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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2013 5:22 pm 
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Right everyone! What would you recommend Hendos with? Recipes please. And don't just say on your chips!

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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An article in the latest version of Sync City magazine (download only) -

http://www.synccitymagazine.com/#/latest-issue/4571852130


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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
PostPosted: Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:47 am 
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There's a bottle of Lea and Perrins in Forge Dam Cafe.

Behind the Hendo's and unopened, natch. But still....

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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There's a bottle of Lea and Perrins in Forge Dam Cafe.

Behind the Hendo's and unopened, natch. But still....


I'll sneak another one in under cover of darkness - this time I'll open it...


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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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Hendos with steak pie and peas, at Hallam FC:

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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As you know, I don't indulge in pork pies or other meaty nonsense so have not par taken in this stuff. But we ran out of balsamic vinegar in our house today (and you can forget any fucking anti- southern, pseudo middle class jokes, it's fucking vinegar). Anyway, my neighbour grew asparagus on his allotment that I usually cook it with a sprinkle of said vinegar. Someone gave me a bottle of Hawley Hendos, which I have tried to give away to those forumers who worship the man through foodstuffs because the Face of Jesus on a piece of toast thing has never been my bag. Anyhow, I cracked the bottle open and used it to cook said vegetable and it has been a roaring success with small ginger people in my house. Just thought I'd say... Seems it's so quiet... X


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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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Hendo's with asparagus? Now that IS posh. Will have to give it a try. x

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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Asparagus. It makes your wee smell...x


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Henderspn's is always out of stock at Abbeydale Tesco (because they sell over 5 cases a day apparently...). It was in stock and only 86p in Handsworth ASDA though.....

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Price check from December 2006. 2.5x dearer in seven years.

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 Post subject: Re: Henderson's Relish
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Only £1:40 in Jack Fulton's!

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I put Hendos in scrambled eggs - gives them a nice zing!

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