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    The Worcester sauce is something what I will have connected to steak tartare forever. Yum, yum!
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    Brown sauce - has to be 'HP' - Houses of Parliament! Fantastic with sausages....

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    Avacado's are gross. Blah!

    We've made homemade baked beans. They're great cold in sandwiches too.
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    Ok, this looks like the real HP Brown Sauce although some bottles say "Original" and some don't.

    https://www.amazon.com/s?k=hp+brown+...ref=nb_sb_noss

    Are those prices in line with what it costs in the UK?

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    The picture of the bottles say Original, doesn't say but those prices are more applicable to a pack of say 6 or 8, a single bottle in the supermarket down the road is around £1 or £1.50 for a larger one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    The picture of the bottles say Original, doesn't say but those prices are more applicable to a pack of say 6 or 8, a single bottle in the supermarket down the road is around £1 or £1.50 for a larger one.
    Don't forget currency exchange rates, shipping and handling costs, and any other expenses that would make it more expensive to get via Amazon than thru your local supermarket.
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    The Piggly Wiggly has a lot of stuff but not much from the UK. I do miss that Donnington Cotswold Gold Ale in the Fox Inn at Broadwell. Really good stuff.

    https://www.donnington-brewery.com/t..._broadwell.htm

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    Just a friendly discussion of the best of English food and drink.

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    Another British food, Cheddar Cheese, originally made in Somerset, can now be found, and indeed manufactured, in many countries around the world, even in the US, I believe. Of course the name 'Cheddar Cheese' has become synonymous with a cheese(y) style. Strangely, Cheddar Cheese has never been given the EU source protection status such as the likes of Blue Stilton cheese but can be classified as originally sourced in UK, by the EU, if the Cheddar cheese is actually made in Somerset and is named as 'Original West Country Cheese' (or something similar, I forget the exact wording). All that could change after October 31st 2019 if Boris Johnson gets what he wants!

    The Chinese are getting a taste for it too: https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/...ddar-mild.html

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    I'm a big fan of Cheddar. In the USA it is made mostly in the northern states. Wisconsin is famous for cheese production as is rural New York state. Very sharp cheddar is often labeled New York sharp cheddar here. I once saw a Time Team where they did a dig in the Cheddar Gorge. I love that show.
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    Ah yes, Time Team. A heavily contrived show in which Tony Robinson spends a lot of time in Phil's trench!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCitron View Post
    Avacado's are gross. Blah!
    Give the following a go... mashed Avo, Bacon, and (ripe) Tomato on sourdough toast (with optional sweet chilli sauce, or a thin smear of Vegimite). A huge favourite around here . A baked beans and Coon cheese toastie is also a personal favourite.
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    Nice!

    Thank you I will try those items. I'll have to see if I can find Coon Brand cheese locally. I know of the company from when I was looking at another recipe. The first is close to a sandwich that the Arby's chain of restaurants had on a limited basis a while back. It was a BLT with avocado spread instead of mayo.

    By the way, Phil. I have been to Katoomba. When we were in Sydney in 2015, we took the train to the Blue Mountains Park and took the explorer bus from there and back. Beautiful town.

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    Just a quick update, I found a wedge of Double Gloucester cheese at the store today. I like the taste and tried it in place of cheddar in a few treats. Anyone have any different ways of eating it?

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