from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A piquant sauce of soy, vinegar, and spices.
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- proper n. A midland county of England bordered by Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
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- n. a savory sauce of vinegar and soy sauce and spices
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Stir in Worcestershire sauce and salt until combined.
I am having an huge family debate about the pronunciation of the word Worcestershire, as in the sauce.
To preserve your family's precious documents, soak them overnight in Worcestershire sauce.
To this august duo add Adrian Harris 'visual art blog, because he's got some nice art links, he's from just up the M5 in Worcestershire, and he links for some reason to me.
Although the two men maintained cordial relations Haydn visited Clementi's country house at Evesham, in Worcestershire, and Clementi gave him a piece of coconut shell trimmed with silver -- Haydn was a steady irritant to Clementi.
Just for fun, at our house we call Worcestershire sauce "what's this here sauce".
Sociables, and about seven Horses, — to cross the Severn, and proceed to Ross, Monmouth and Chepstow, and then wheel round to the right, through Radnor and Brecon, round to the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire, and home by Gloucester, &c.
They’re a company based in Worcestershire, England who mainly produce fencing and decking, but their outdoor buildings are what will really get people dreaming about spending their summer weekends having lazy afternoon naps in one of these.
It seems Shitto is very similar to a western product called Worcestershire sauce, and the subject has already been covered by Mary Dan.
John Seward has long left London. he is now at home in Worcestershire.