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Thursday, May 26, 2005


Originally uploaded by lonniebruner.

I just ate a $3.05 home-grilled steak. It was nothing to write a post about but but the bottle on the right was.

What the heck is Lea & Perrins worcestershire sauce anyway? you ask. Well, my friend, it's simply the one and only wonderful food product (marmite excluded) England ever produced.

So I'll prove it.

To the left you have your typical latino-market-purchased worchestershire. Ingredients: (translated from Espanol) Water, vinegar, sugar, molasses, salt, spices, hydrogenated vegetable protein, wine ... and then three other things that exsist in less than 2% of the product.

Now, on the other hand, your Lea & Perrins: Vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, anchovies, flavorings, chili peppers, onions, salt, garlic, tamarind extract, cloves, natural flavorings, hydrolysed soy and corn protein.

Never choose another worcestershire than Lea & Perrins ... Oh, did I already say that??

It seems as though the main idea in English cooking expertise involves the complete and total abolishment of the foods original flavor.

Worcestshire, Gin, Malt Vinegar,

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