Do we really not have a condiments thread?

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Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by humblebee » Fri May 15, 2009 18:24

I just discovered this stuff.

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It rocks.

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by tonieee » Fri May 15, 2009 20:39

Mmmmmm, condiments...

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Uncle Ants » Fri May 15, 2009 20:45

Does condiments include pickles, relishes, chutnies and ketchup?
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by humblebee » Fri May 15, 2009 21:40

Uncle Ants wrote:Does condiments include pickles, relishes, chutnies and ketchup?
I think it may even stretch to dips.

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Uncle Ants » Fri May 15, 2009 22:17

Coo !
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Post by roundbitsofplastic » Fri May 15, 2009 23:57

piccalilli!
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Uncle Ants » Sat May 16, 2009 06:26

roundbitsofplastic wrote:piccalilli!
Oh yes. In a doorstep sarnie with sort of cheddar that makes your eyeballs sweat?

I've no idea if you have one, but imagining someone exclaiming "Picallili!" with a broad black country accent is making me grin. I love that accent :)
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by humblebee » Sat May 16, 2009 10:39

Uncle Ants wrote:I've no idea if you have one, but imagining someone exclaiming "Picallili!" with a broad black country accent is making me grin. I love that accent :)
*Everything* is funny in a Black Country accent.

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Post by mimpkin » Sat May 16, 2009 11:12

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Mmmmm . . . Tabasco!
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by mimpkin » Sat May 16, 2009 14:45

As well as the lovely Tabasco, I also like this. Yummy!

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Caroline74 » Sat May 16, 2009 18:39

Salt!

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Post by pennybroadhurst » Sat May 16, 2009 19:59

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Sootyzilla » Sat May 16, 2009 23:28

Is that for chips, or for what Americans call chips? That packaging is confusing.

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by roundbitsofplastic » Sun May 17, 2009 12:40

Uncle Ants wrote: I've no idea if you have one, but imagining someone exclaiming "Picallili!" with a broad black country accent is making me grin. I love that accent :)
unfortunately i do not have a boad accent, i do not "spake propa" and suffer greatly for this. if you'l like, perhaps i could get one of my uncles to record themselves shouting "picallili!".. if fact, i'm going down the social club RIGHT NOW to do just that, that's my sunday sorted!
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by everard » Tue Aug 11, 2009 00:59

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goes with everything. i prefer the extra garlic version (brown lid)

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by oxo_foxo » Tue Aug 11, 2009 01:51

OH GOD I LOVE CONDIMENTS

OH GOD DIPS

Oh, dips
I love dips.
But not ones with cheese in. YURGH.

Oh God Tabasco... Henderson's Relish... Barbecue sauce... Sweet chilli sauce... Mustard... Oh God.

What the hell is that chip spice thing? That looks BRILLIANT.

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by jayen_aitch » Tue Aug 11, 2009 09:37

I think American might be a misnomer... I thought maybe they have it there too, but looking just now it turns out it's not event made there.

I first came across it when I moved to the East Riding, where it seems to be in every single chipshop - it's definitely a Hull thing, but maybe Hull Chip Spice doesn't have the same ring to it.

It's a sort of a blending of salt, paprika, and possibly MSG.

Ah, here's what's in it.

It is very tasty though.

I also love dip. Sweden has a wonderful range of powdered dips (made by Estrella and OLW) which are mixed with a product there called grädmjölk, a type of filmjölk, but I find I can bring them back to England and mix them with crème fraîche and they taste delicious that way too, a little bit richer, but still lovely.

Anyhow, I'm going back to Stockholm for about two days at the end of the week, if anyone wants me to post them a packet of dip, let me know which of the flavours you fancy from the product pages above.

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by Wheatabeat » Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:57

Forget your overpriced Nando's peri peri sauce. And bugger off if you think you're coming at me with that Caribbean hot pepper sauce. BEHOLD, the real king of chilli sauce... HUY FONG!

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EDIT: Just seen it two posts up. Mmm lovely stuff.
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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by mimpkin » Tue Aug 11, 2009 14:03

This is yummy!

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Re: Do we really not have a condiments thread?

Post by everard » Tue Aug 11, 2009 17:07

Wheatabeat wrote:BEHOLD, the real king of chilli sauce... HUY FONG!
mmm, behold that glistening tip, wet with pre-sauce.

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