worcestershire love

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  • My new thing is to make big meatballs, adding just some mustard and worcestershire sauce.

    Anyone got any great recipes for ground venison? Im lookin to try something new.

  • The classic worcestershire soak was brackish and familiar, with some good extra umami flavor, but it almost overpowered the delicate crab and wood smoke combination and it was the least favorite.

    Max Watman: Grilled Soft-Shells

  • The last four were soaked in a more classic mix of the juice of half a lemon, a few dashes of worcestershire sauce, and 2 teaspoons of Old Bay.

    Max Watman: Grilled Soft-Shells

  • It could be called Regretsysauce, which – like worcestershire, cheap soy, and man-sauce – makes one gag a little and burp up the taste for hours.

    Regretsy – Well, this is unsettling.

  • Marinate chicken breast for at least an hour with the worcestershire sauce and rosemary.

    2008 June archive at

  • I have seen recipes with worcestershire sauce or just lemon and garlic (aioli) as well.

    Bento #157 « Were rabbits

  • The meat sauce was our own bog standard variety (onions, garlic, bit of celery and carrot, beef, tinned tomato and tomato pasta, and a dash of balsamic vinegar and worcestershire sauce for a bit of extra flavor) because, as Mr A&N likes to remind me, he's not one to follow the rules (except that he is, but I indulge him sometimes).

    Daring Bakers: Lasagna of Emilia-Romagna

  • I can report reliably that the Marmite Crisps taste like a dead mouse with a little bit of worcestershire sauce, or maybe A-1.

    June 2009

  • It came in a bottle about twice the size, say, of a Lea & Perrins worcestershire bottle.

    Scripting News for 7/9/2007 « Scripting News Annex

  • I have a version which includes garlic, cinnamon and worcestershire sauce or Lizano salsa.

    Spicy Roasted Almonds

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  • seanahan: See featherstonehaugh.

    November 8, 2007

  • I picked up Kurlansky's Salt with high hopes, but half way through I got totally sick of salt and gave up. But if he'd written a book called Worcestershire Sauce I'd have read until the bitter, salty end.

    I grew up very near to the shire of Worcester, as it were. But things were no saucier for me because of it.

    Now I get through a bottle of this every three months or so from use almost solely in Caesars.

    November 8, 2007

  • I get confused because you only pronounce a few of the letters.

    November 8, 2007

  • Reminds me of this guy whose girlfriend was a dab hand at cooking with condiments, Worcestershire sauce being her specialty (or, if you prefer, her speciality). He was so bewitched by her creations you could say he was ensorcelled by a saucy Worcestershire sauce sorceress.

    November 8, 2007

  • Wait a minute... Worcestershire is not a tasty sauce. It's a shire! What's up with WordNet?

    November 8, 2007

  • I was surprised to learn that this prince of condiments used to have (or still does have...?) anchovies in it. Or at least it's related to the Asian fish sauces that I read about in Mark Kurlansky's Salt. (good book, by the way)

    November 8, 2007

  • A prince among condiments. If that makes any sense.

    November 8, 2007