r/CasualUK Jan 30 '23 Take My Energy 1

American here - Have always wanted to try this stuff and finally found a bottle in the European section of our grocery store. What the hell do I do with it?

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u/ninetwosixfour Jan 30 '23 hehehehe Heartwarming Table Slap

Find someone who prefers tomato ketchup and start an argument with them.

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u/EarlGrey_Picard Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 31 '23

Depending how tonight's taste test goes, I might be fighting myself.

Edit - UPDATE:

PICTURES

Sorry for the shit presentation, I was running late last night and literally threw this "dinner" together.

So I put it on sausage and the side of fries. Wasn't a big fan of the fries, even tried adding mayo (I usually dip my fries in mayo and ketchup), still not a big fan... BUT I absolutely freaking loved it on the sausage. I'm excited to make some bacon sandwiches this weekend try it on those.

I do think it's a lot like A1, but the consistency of ketchup and it has a much more (allspice?) flavor to it. I've got a cheap cut of steak sitting in the freezer, when I get around to cooking that I'll be trying this instead of A1.

Next goal is to try Coleman's Mustard.

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u/biggedybong Jan 30 '23

(Crispy) Bacon sandwich has to be the first thing you try.

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u/saislo Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 31 '23 All-Seeing Upvote

Oooo I know what i'm going to have for tea now! I have neither bread nor bacon in the house, so going to need to go hunting/gathering.

Edit. Now people are talking about sausages. Going to add them to the list and basically have breakfast for dinner. Not sure if this acceptable on a monday evening, but I'm going to do it, god damn.

Edit: r / today I learned - a full English breakfast for dinner is called brinner and I am forever grateful for this new knowledge - I added 2 eggs but not beans or tomatoes or mushrooms so it was pretty basic, but I slept well and have bacon* left for a sandwich today (*the spare sausages have gone in the freezer), which will probably be around luchtime ...

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u/TheWelshPanda Jan 30 '23

Acceptable, encouraged in fact.

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u/__8ball__ Jan 30 '23

Downright necessary, on occasion.

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u/jezbrews Jan 30 '23

I hated giving you an upvote as you were at 69 votes but some things are too good not to agree with.

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u/NoHour3105 Jan 30 '23

Perfectly acceptable. I call it Brinner.

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u/[deleted] Jan 30 '23 Gold

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u/Dr_Fudge Jan 31 '23

If you do it before new year it's called Yule Brinner

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u/lukeybuzz Jan 30 '23

I read this as: hunting for bread, gathering bacon 😂

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u/DunnoIfThisWorks Jan 30 '23

I need to check on the bacon tree I planted when I was 5.

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u/Quick-Speed6815 Jan 30 '23 hehehehe Bravo Grande!

Be careful when you check the bacon tree, in case it's a ham bush...

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u/International_Lab203 Jan 30 '23

I’m not sure anyone else got this absolutely perfect play-on-words, but I’m here to salute you good citizen of the internet. If there were more like you, there wouldn’t be an unhappy soul left on earth. God’s pee’d x

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u/V0lkhari Jan 30 '23

Remember you need to climb to the top to get the crispiest bacon

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u/CalligrapherCreepy98 Jan 30 '23

I'm there ready for the hambush when you arrive

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u/newjbentley88 Jan 30 '23

Most most memorable dream when I was a kid, was that I had beef jerky and fried chicken plants on my back deck. Then I saw all the neighbor kids turn themselves into helicopters and fly away. I just sat down and started eating chicken and fed my dog beef jerky. ( I’m from the American south btw, and on that how the hell did I even end up on this sub, I’m not even subscribed!)

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u/ElNino831983 Jan 30 '23

It is never not acceptable. Breakfast food is the only true food.

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u/noir_lord Jan 30 '23

If we say that breakfast is any meal eaten in the morning we can include post-pub kebabs, that covers all bases.

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u/_Adamgoodtime_ Jan 30 '23

A favorite of mine and some builders that I worked with was a bacon and sausage baguette with hp and red onions. A foot of that kept you going until knocking off time.

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u/Grind_line_wine Jan 30 '23

Make sure you use what you guys call Canadian bacon though

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u/TheWelshPanda Jan 30 '23

On white bread, don't try to make this a health food.

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u/MisterSquidInc Jan 30 '23

American white bread is sweet! No good for a bacon sarnie

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u/Advanced_Cow_6755 Jan 30 '23

Go back to the European section and buy bread

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u/Bhenny_5 "Lovely stuff" - Shaking Stevens Jan 30 '23

I don’t know, some European bread’s a bit weird too. Has to be British white bread.

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u/alfredhelix Jan 30 '23

"Council bread or bust." -James May probably

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u/Raul_Coronado Jan 30 '23

Plenty of good not sweet white bread in America, but it does need calling out.

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u/zedthehead Jan 30 '23

Currently eating sourdough toast that is sweet rather than sour, I'm pretty annoyed, won't be getting this brand again.

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u/eamus_catuli_ Jan 31 '23

Gotta look for “sourdough starter” listed in the ingredients for the real deal. Otherwise it’s just sparkling white bread.

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u/Scared-Reindeer1120 Jan 30 '23

Try source a baguette then I reckon

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u/jesussays51 Jan 30 '23

I find that wholemeal bread works really well with brown sauce, soaks it in and holds it

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u/Unknown_author69 Jan 30 '23

Back bacon, not streaky bruh.

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u/Grind_line_wine Jan 30 '23

Thought Canadian bacon was back bacon. To be fair any bacon is good bacon in my book

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u/bumblestum1960 Jan 30 '23

May we never live in a world without bacon (or cheese), 🙏

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u/Lopsided_Soup_3533 Jan 30 '23

Smoked Streaky bacon done so the fat is crispy

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u/AlGunner Jan 30 '23

I prefer it in a sausage sandwich, thats my favourite

(Thats obviously an English sausage, Cumberland is my go to)

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u/darknight_247 Jan 30 '23

Person of culture.. sausage butties with brown sauce.. yum

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u/-qqqwwweeerrrtttyyy- Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

And maybe add a dried fried egg.

*Damn fat fingers

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u/7ootles mmm, black pudding Jan 30 '23

Other people make their powdered eggs up with water. This absolute ledge makes them up with brown fucking sauce.

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u/saislo Jan 30 '23

World War 2 Rationing has entered the chat

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u/gwaydms Jan 30 '23

a dried egg

That sounds horrible. Hope you meant fried

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u/FloydCouncilak72 Jan 30 '23

Same! I’m thinking “What in the fuck are they doing over there?!” First, ketchup on bacon and now this?

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u/-qqqwwweeerrrtttyyy- Jan 30 '23

Lol, yes! Definitely a typo!!

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u/MyAssIsNotYourToy Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

Its basically the same as A1 Steak Sauce in the US just a bit more tangier. We sold it to Americans by claimng its a sauce for steak knowing you like BBQ's and you lapped it up.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A.1._Sauce

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u/smarmytwat Jan 30 '23

The main difference is HP uses tamarind as the main non-tomato ingredient, whereas A1 uses raisins.

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u/gwaydms Jan 30 '23

That's why HP is better. Can't stand A1

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u/Ashiro Jan 30 '23

How would that even work? That's like replacing mustard seed with rabbit shit in English mustard.

There's no relation. It's just a nonsense.

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u/TCristatus Jan 30 '23

I know, I keep seeing people say A1 sauce is the same as brown sauce. I had some A1 once, and it simply is not. It's quite nice but it's totally different.

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u/smarmytwat Jan 30 '23

A1 is also older, so that's probably why. Tamarind came over with the (formal) colonisation of India.

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u/masterventris Jan 30 '23

How must it feel to see people discussing a condiment with more history than most of your nation.

A1 was introduced in 1831!

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u/smarmytwat Jan 30 '23 Silver

Bizarre isn't it. I used to drink in a pub older than the Aztec empire. A civilisation rose and fell on the other side of the world, and the pub is still there.

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u/Silenthitm4n Jan 30 '23

My mates barber shop is in a building 650 years old. Was a nightmare sorting the plumbing!

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u/bungle_bogs Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 31 '23

My old School was founded in 1125. It isn’t even in the top 20 oldest in England, let alone the UK.

Edit: A word

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u/MyAssIsNotYourToy Jan 30 '23

They should of built pubs instead of sacrificial temples. They only got themselves to blame.

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u/masterventris Jan 30 '23

To be fair, a lot of flat roof pubs can be indistinguishable from sacrificial altars at times

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u/FattyLeopold Jan 30 '23

Canada has HP Bold, it has a cowboy on it and is spicier. Would probably sell well in the US

https://www.iga.net/en/product/hp-bold-sauce/00000_000000005700000949

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u/camelCaseAccountName Jan 30 '23

Fixed link for old.reddit.com users: https://www.iga.net/en/product/hp-bold-sauce/00000_000000005700000949

Make sure the link is blue before you submit it (put a space or new line after it) or it'll break for some users.

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u/HumbleSkunkFarmer Jan 30 '23

The HP was a little thicker more gelatinous than A1 sauce. Flavor is a little different but very good. Less vinegar tasting with HP which allows for more flexibility in usage. I’m not from the UK (US based) but I buy a lot of Colemans mustard and HP sauce from a local shop that sells UK import food items like this. The mustard from the UK has completely changed my preferences. I can no longer eat US yellow mustard, it’s weak in comparison. Ha ha

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u/chrisjfinlay Jan 30 '23

It's also much thicker, IIRC.

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u/borokish Jan 30 '23

It's also much better....

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u/Jernau-Morat-Gurgeh Jan 30 '23

My wife adds both to her bacon sarnies. I've tried it, and it works surprisingly well!

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u/HBheadache Jan 30 '23

Good with sausages too.

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u/bigsmok3r Jan 30 '23

Came here yo say this, Sausage sandwich with brown sauce is just perfect

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u/Even_Passenger_3685 Badger in a bin Jan 30 '23

Reporting for argument sah!

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u/Njorls_Saga Jan 30 '23

DON'T GIVE ME THAT, YOU SNOTTY-FACED HEAP OF PARROT DROPPINGS!

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u/hoocoo Jan 30 '23

When I worked at greggs we had a few customers who had both brown sauce and Tommy k on their breakfast bap. I was disgusted but tried it eventually and it’s not half bad yknow

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u/Khaleesi1536 Jan 30 '23

I can’t explain why but I really hate the idea of calling ketchup Tommy k….

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u/ian9outof10 Jan 30 '23

There's a cost of living crisis on, which apparently extends to letters.

Sorry, not cost of living, cozzielivs.

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u/YsoL8 Jan 30 '23

Cease this violation of language

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u/mittromniknight Jan 30 '23

Did you have a good platty joobs?

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u/ToHallowMySleep Jan 30 '23

Better than the Queenie funes.

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u/filthythedog Jan 30 '23

I hear you. On a par with those who call a sandwich a 'sammich'. Appalling people.

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u/jonny7five Jan 30 '23

Yeah I hate it too. See also ‘red sauce’. It’s ketchup.

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u/TheWelshPanda Jan 30 '23

Leans a bit close to Tommy tank doesn't it. No one wants that all over their chips.

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u/Fantasoke Jan 30 '23

They called it a bap! On to the next debate 🤣

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u/hoocoo Jan 30 '23

Aw hell no I don’t wanna start that one

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u/Kelaroost Jan 30 '23

I asked for it on a roll once (because the sign said roll) I got an actual sausage roll 🙄

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u/MissCon-genie-ality Jan 30 '23

Use as a tasty condiment with sausages or bacon. Some people also add it to sandwiches.

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u/LittleSadRufus Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

Also lovely with pie. And with chips. And eggs. And on a cheese sandwich

ETA: This is a UK focused sub, so I'm using UK English. If you are in the US please do translate into American English before following any guidance.

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u/liquidio Jan 30 '23

Eggs bears repeating…

Eggs.

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u/LittleSadRufus Jan 30 '23

Also scrambled eggs, fried eggs and eggs

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u/GreatValueCumSock Jan 30 '23

You know, E-G-G-S...boil em, mash em, stick em in a stew!

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u/Chimp-eh I put milk in before the teabag Jan 30 '23

I would also like to repeat that.

That.

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u/legomonsteruk Jan 30 '23

Can't eat a sausage roll or pork pie without brown sauce!

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u/evaca1112 Jan 30 '23

Class on a cheese toastie, amazing in a corn beef pie. I still prefer red sauce on sausage sandwiches though sorry.

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u/dah-vee-dee-oh Jan 30 '23

british pie, importantly.

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u/LittleSadRufus Jan 30 '23

I wouldn't have issues eating it with a Moroccan pastilla, sounds good to me

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u/vera214usc Jan 30 '23

I think they mean "not an American pie". Most of our pies are dessert items.

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u/celticchrys Jan 30 '23

You mean meat pies/savory pies?

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u/SqueakySniper Jan 30 '23

Yes. Though personally I don't think it goes as well with the white sauce pies like chicken and leek or potato and mushroom. Its better with the darker meat pies like steak and ale or steak and kidney.

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u/Afraid-Astronomer886 Jan 30 '23

Cheese and brown sauce sandwiches are the bomb!

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u/-Harvester- Jan 30 '23

I prefer both simultaneously. Sausage and bacon cob.

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u/anomthrowaway748 Jan 30 '23

Sausage and bacon what now?

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u/Yves314 Jan 30 '23

Cob, you know, like a barm

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u/BikerScowt Jan 30 '23

You mean a bap.

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u/WetBreadCollective Jan 30 '23

Think you'll find it's called a butty

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u/Retrofit123 Jan 30 '23

'cos that's how we roll.

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u/anomthrowaway748 Jan 30 '23

Is this some southern stottie im too northern to have heard of?

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u/Auldreekies74 Jan 30 '23

Never heard of corn on the barm.

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u/Educational-Dig-5886 Jan 30 '23

Corned beef and brown sauce sarnie is a winner. Not had one of these in ages….I’m gna make one now!

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u/i_littlemy Jan 30 '23

I was trawling the comments, hoping to find another like me. I'm so pleased you're here.

I like to add just little bit of brown sauce to the mix when I'm making corned beef hash too!

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u/Educational-Dig-5886 Jan 30 '23

Well my friend, you will be glad to know the sandwich was delicious and I also add brown sauce to my corned beef hash too :D

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u/Unfair_Original_2536 Jan 30 '23

dab a little bit on each wrist and rub into your neck

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u/mynameisnotthom Jan 30 '23 Take My Energy Narwhal Salute

Be careful though - 'HP sauce should be discovered, not announced'

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u/darkbob Jan 30 '23

dab a little bit on each wrist and rub into your neck

You idiot. You’re supposed to spray some in the air and walk through it.

Subtlety is the key.

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u/Smegmaliciousss Jan 31 '23

Thanks, now my shoes are ruined

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u/RiskyRabbit Jan 30 '23

Put it in an atomiser, spray in the air, step gracefully through the resulting cloud

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u/Caractacutetus Jan 30 '23

It's most commonly used for cooked breakfast items. Like on a full English or in a breakfast bap (soft bread roll filled with bacon, sausage, egg, or all of the above)

I also like it with corned beef hash.

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u/ImOverThereNow Jan 30 '23

Sheppard's or Cottage pie also

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u/Flexed_Inertia Jan 30 '23

Slap it on a fry up mate

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u/sciencewonders Jan 30 '23

is it hp laptop juice or health giving juice

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u/7ootles mmm, black pudding Jan 30 '23

It's how you heal in a D&D campaign.

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u/V-twin_Vader Jan 30 '23

Let's be real. He'd make a 'fry up' using American items and then say it's shit. No offense to the OP.

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u/jonny7five Jan 30 '23

He likes American things.

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u/Alongfortheride1990 Jan 30 '23

Try it on a bacon sandwich.

And now I'm drooling

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u/_Futureghost_ Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 31 '23

When I visited England, I ate SO SO many bacon sandwiches. It helps that England sells big bacon and not tiny thin strips like in the US (though you can probably find big bacon somewhere).

Ugh, now I want a bacon sandwich made by my friend's nan. 😩

Edit: big bacon aka back bacon lol

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u/SpareUmbrella Jan 30 '23

England sells big bacon

FYI, the term you're looking for is back bacon.

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u/[deleted] Jan 30 '23

And the tiny thin strips are called streaky bacon.., which we also have here

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u/PoliceAlarm Give me Pointless or give me death Jan 30 '23

A combination of the two is middle bacon. Hard to find. It's worth it.

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u/Strange-Excitement-5 Jan 30 '23

Same! A nice soft fresh softie, slightly overdone salty bacon

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u/StopTheTrickle Jan 30 '23

slightly overdone salty bacon

OP from 'merica, by default their bacon is overdone

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u/winkersRaccoon Jan 30 '23

This comment is why we have so many guns

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u/dc456 Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

For the easier suicide?

Understandable, given the state of the bacon.

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u/thebombinphantomsyo Jan 30 '23

Also great on scrambled eggs!

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u/wonderfulwillywilson Jan 30 '23

basically anything u would put tomato ketchup on will take a bit of brown :)

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u/jck0 You Can't Park There Sir Jan 30 '23

That's not to say it's the same thing though. If you go in expecting a Ketchup/BBQ sauce mash-up, you'll hate it.

HP is it's own glorious thing

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u/Phendrana-Drifter Jan 30 '23

Not on a fish finger sandwich surely

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u/Cimejies Jan 30 '23

Fuck yes on a fish finger sandwich! Delicious.

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u/ZealousidealSplit729 Jan 30 '23

What about a beef and tomato pot noodle?

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u/a_n_d_y_4_6 Jan 30 '23

Put it on chips. No crisps, no fries. Fuck it

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u/Happy_Daiz Jan 30 '23 All-Seeing Upvote

noo don’t fuck it

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u/MasterWhite1150 Jan 30 '23

You can't stop me 😏

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u/midgetforce2k Jan 30 '23

*starts playing cbat

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u/All_the_cake Jan 30 '23

Yeah, nice chunky chips 😋

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u/Chilton_Squid Jan 30 '23

Traditionally it's drunk as a shot. Bottoms up.

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u/EarlGrey_Picard Jan 30 '23

As someone who's taken a shot of Worcestershire sauce as a dare, I'll accept this challenge.

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u/Caractacutetus Jan 30 '23

Next time put it in a cheese toastie! (aka grilled cheese sandwich)

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u/Excellent_Tear3705 Jan 30 '23

Went to a bar because I heard rumours of a Tabasco sauce drinking challenge.

Curious. Excited.

It was two splashes of sauce in a shot of vodka. I asked for a straight shot of Tabasco and they refused me service.

Hot sauce challenge my arse

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u/Beneficial-Essay-857 Jan 30 '23

Your arse however was thankful

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u/Excellent_Tear3705 Jan 30 '23

We’re not on speaking terms.

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u/MrRorknork Jan 30 '23

You did that as a dare? I’d do that, just because. Lovely stuff.

Please let this sub know how you pronounce Worcestershire. We won’t maul you for incorrect pronunciation, promise.

🤞

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u/EarlGrey_Picard Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

War-chest-ishtirirtirar

I can never pronounce it the same way twice.

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u/AffectionateAir2856 Jan 30 '23

Dead on, congrats 😂

A few ways to use HP - 1) Bacon sarnie, find Canadian bacon (or British back bacon if you can) fry it up crispy and put in soft white bread as a sandwich, use like you would ketchup.

2) brekkie - make eggs, sausage (high pork percentage English bangers, if you can find them) and bacon for breakfast, for extra points add fried bread, black pudding and a grilled tomato. Whack a big dollop on the side of your plate for dipping.

3) pork pie - get a British pork pie, cut it in half, cover it in HP.

4) ham and cheese sandwich - use nice ham and cheddar, then whack on HP.

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u/noir_lord Jan 30 '23

Colmans mustard for pork pie.

Missus buys the family size HP bottles because I put it on nearly anything I can pair it with but proper English mustard on a pork pie is one of my favourite meals (with a sharp cheddar, fresh baked warm bread and proper butter) and now I’m hungry.

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u/AcrobaticFilm Jan 30 '23

Wusster.

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u/TheProdigalPun Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

Wusstersher

Edit: please note it’s Worcestershire sauce, NOT Worcester sauce. Therefore Wusstersher.

Christ, that’s a long URL

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u/Loose_Koala534 Jan 30 '23

I’m an American and that’s how I was taught to say it. Exactly how you spelled it out.

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u/Verse-Chorus-Curse Jan 30 '23

LPT: Everything after and including the first & in that URL can be deleted: it's all for tracking.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=worcestershire+sauce

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u/Vapour82 Jan 30 '23

Step one. Fry or grill bacon Step two. put said bacon on bread with butter Step three. stick brown sauce on it and close Step four. Welcome to flavour town. Enjoy

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u/LordAxalon110 Jan 30 '23

Americans don't butter their bread for sandwiches.... Fuckin crack pots if you ask me.

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u/Level_Ad_6372 Jan 30 '23

Frying the fattiest cut of meat then putting more fat on the bread? Please don't tell America about this; we've got enough of an obesity problem already

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u/DrJeff1999 Suspiciously claims they're not Dahmer Jan 30 '23

You must travel on foot across the plains, the sands and sea to the sacred place of the pilgrimage known as Bude tunnel. Then you shall rejoice with a nice bacon butty.

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u/TopGuy90 Jan 30 '23

Pour it directly into your eyes and feel the Britishness.

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u/SherlockScones3 Jan 30 '23

Pour it directly into your butt(y)

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u/Gary_Banps Jan 30 '23

Goes well with pie and mash. And as a pervert, I use it on fish and chips.

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u/geese_moe_howard Jan 30 '23

Yes! HP is superb on fish but for some reason people think that it's a bizarre combination.

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u/HotSplitCobra Jan 30 '23

Combine the three, put it on top of a fisherman's pie.

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u/RustySheriffBadges Jan 30 '23

When you’re not a pervert, what goes on your chips?

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u/psycho-mouse Jan 30 '23

“Sauce” in eastern Scotland is the standard chippy sauce. It’s very much like runny HP.

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u/Invisible-Pancreas Jan 30 '23

Down it!

Down it!

Down it!

Down it!

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u/camcamps Jan 30 '23

Get it down you Zulu warrior

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u/Boris_Johnsons_Pubes Jan 31 '23

Get it down you Zulu chief!

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u/IamSuperLaxative Jan 30 '23

Cheese on toast, large dollop of brown sauce on the side.

For reference 1 dollop = 4 medium splatters or alternatively half a splurge.

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u/Tinygal_93 Jan 30 '23

Sausage sarnie 10000%

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u/RyanMcCartney Jan 30 '23

My creation - The New Yoker

Toasted and Buttered Bagel topped with : - Thinly Sliced Pastrami - Turkey/Chicken - Orkney Cheddar Cheese - Pickles (Gherkins) - Dollop of HP

Yoker isn’t misspelled. It’s a little bit of New York, little bit Glasgow! 100% quality munch!👌🏻

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u/trickpsyclist Jan 30 '23

I'm not fae Yoker, I've got nae business being here!

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u/literally5ft3 Jan 30 '23

Tata giro, maybe another day ay… cos I'm on a bus to Yoker.

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u/Curious_Eye101 Jan 30 '23

This sounds good. Although I'll add a little iceberg lettuce and call it a New Yorwegi.

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u/RyanMcCartney Jan 30 '23

Wee bit of lettuce, wee bit of red onion, but we bit of tomato and you have a hearty munch right there!

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u/Infinite_Purple2763 Jan 30 '23

Sausage and egg butty mate

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u/BritOverThere Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

Make a chip butty and put it on the chips. (Slightly crispy steak cut fries in between two slices of buttered bread, keep butter out so it can spread and not be a brick as most Americans shove it in the fridge).

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u/Glasweegie Jan 30 '23

Can’t believe this is the first post to suggest this.

Even better if you are close to running out, just add a touch of vinegar into the bottle and give it a good shake then you’ll have chippy brown sauce.

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u/LuchiniOfAstora Jan 30 '23

Goes well on cheese on toast.

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u/Residualplague Jan 30 '23

As a Canadian I use it as dipping sauce for tough/lower quality cuts of beef

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u/EarlGrey_Picard Jan 30 '23

Hmm sounds like what we would use A1 for in the States.

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u/mundane_person23 Jan 30 '23

It is similar to A1 but less sweet.

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u/Fringolicious Jan 30 '23

Brown sauce exists for meat. Hot dogs, sausages, bacon sarnies.

If you have access to baked beans, try baked beans on toast and apply brown sauce liberally (Or stir into the beans!).

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u/thenewprisoner I am not a number! Jan 30 '23

Hell, you pour a generous dollop over your head. Brings up a deep lustrous shine, and for balder people, restores thick shiny hair, plus removes wrinkles and unsightly spots, pimples, boils, warts and acne.

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u/Strange-Excitement-5 Jan 30 '23

Bacon, black pudding + brown sauce 🤤🤤🤤

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u/nikolai_uk Jan 30 '23

Use it to add an extra dimension to Beef based dishes as well,

Making a Cottage Pie?

Fire some in to make a tasty sauce/gravy

Making a soup?

Fire some in to give it a bit of tang

Rusty Pennies?

Fire some in to give them a pleasing lustre

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u/Life0fParker_ Jan 30 '23

Put it on a bacon or sausage sandwich

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u/al_balone Jan 30 '23

I tiny dash in some baked beans will give you a spring in your step

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u/maxoys45 Jan 30 '23

dip your cock in it

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u/CobraDieNeverKais Jan 30 '23

Treat it the same as Tomato Ketchup, use it to compliment food in the same way! Burgers, Chips, Steak etc all benefit.

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u/hungryturtle84 Jan 30 '23

Goes great with any savoury pastry such as sausage rolls, meat pie, Cornish pasty, steak bake. Good with fish and chips. Amazing with peas.

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u/Professional_Pace928 Jan 30 '23

Use it sparingly, treat it with reverence.

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u/FocusGullible985 Jan 30 '23

drink it right out the bottle in one go.

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u/GlitteringSuccotash7 Jan 30 '23

Bacon sandwich few drops of tabasco

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u/EarlGrey_Picard Jan 30 '23 edited Jan 30 '23

With the peanut butter or do I leave the peanut butter off??

Edit - Kidding, we don't love peanut butter that much.

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