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You used to be able to get Hendo's in the Hull branch of Tesco, but they stopped doing it, and I started to get it from a funny little shop in Beverley that couldn't decide whether it was a deli or one of those weigh'n'save places until it went bust.

Now I drive to Sheffield when we start the last bottle, and treat myself to a rummage around in Record Collector whilst I'm at it.

On the recipes tip, we've started adding it to onion gravy:

Make your stock however you normally do, then chop up a few onions and whack some oil on them before blasting them in a roasting dish at silly temperatures until they start to go nice and dark brown.

Meanwhile, be warming up your gravy on the stove top, and slosh in a good load of Hendo's just before you plop the onions in.

Here's the clever bit. Without burning yourself, spoon some of the liquid out of the gravy pan into the roasting dish and let it gather up all the lovely caramelised bits that will have stuck to the sides. This improves flavour, makes better use of the world's resources, and makes washing up easier. You can't argue with that.

Thicken the gravy if you like it thick, and then whack it over whatever you're eating. But make plenty, because you'll be licking it off the plate at the end.

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My hendos bottle is being eked out as it has to last till December - thank heaven's it's a generously sized one. I'm just using it neat, this weekend it's going on strawberries or raspberries, depending which look best at Waitrose.

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Make your stock however you normally do, then chop up a few onions and whack some oil on them before blasting them in a roasting dish at silly temperatures until they start to go nice and dark brown.


At this stage, I add a couple of teaspoons of brown sugar, just helps with the caramelisation, and makes it even more morish!

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Make your stock however you normally do, then chop up a few onions and whack some oil on them before blasting them in a roasting dish at silly temperatures until they start to go nice and dark brown.


At this stage, I add a couple of teaspoons of brown sugar, just helps with the caramelisation, and makes it even more morish!


Great tip, but I'm going to hold off with that for a while, or I might end up injecting the stuff!

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Luke M wrote:
Lunchtime. Now.


It's funny how some things always make you hungry, isn't it?

When I'm on a long walk with my friend Al, we always end up talking about pubs and beer if it's remotely sunny...but if it's cold or rainy then we always work our way round to food, and usually something really wholesome involving potatoes.

It's like your body knows what it needs, isn't it?

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I had hendos on oysters the other day.

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I'm just about to add it to some gravy to go with my dinner........... :D


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I had hendos on oysters the other day.


How decadent.


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Got a promising casserole-type thing in the oven and set on timer to be ready for when we get home tonight.

We're starting to do this as one of our "new season" approaches to getting the littlun to bed AND eating proper food before 9pm.

Don't worry - even at 0700 today, I remembered the vital ingredient!

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Henderson's Relish can be used to treat head lice and pubic lice; where teatree oil just isnt strong enough..... :!:

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Big Simon wrote:
Henderson's Relish can be used to treat head lice and pubic lice; where teatree oil just isnt strong enough..... :!:


why are people wasting it on their dinner then ?

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In some food places the two go hand in hand.


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Cos they're killing time waiting for the pubic lice


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Cos they're killing time waiting for the pubic lice


thats reasonable :*:

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