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Jon Hawkes
The Littlest Hobos
Ushra'Khan
Posted - 2006.04.04 11:44:00 - [1]
 

I mean seriously. No Brown Sauce, no Worcester Sauce (pronounced wooster), and no Branston!!!

Every American I've ever met who has come over to the UK and tried these gastronomic phenomenae has loved them and could not understand why they are not available over the pond. So why aren't they? And what do you guys put in sandwiches to make them more exciting? Please don't say "mustard". The mildly tangy, luminescant yellow substance that graces hotdogs is not real mustard. Real English mustard is light brown and carries warning signs in seven European languages. in fact, the last time a truckload arrived in Calais, the French surrendered just to be on the safe side...

Leilani Solaris
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Posted - 2006.04.04 11:46:00 - [2]
 

Originally by: Jon Hawkes
Real English mustard is light brown and carries warning signs in seven European languages. in fact, the last time a truckload arrived in Calais, the French surrendered just to be on the safe side...



rofl

Samirol
Love is Hate
Posted - 2006.04.04 11:50:00 - [3]
 

Edited by: Samirol on 04/04/2006 11:51:40
Brown Sauce = A1 Sauce

We have Worcester sauce...

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

And Spicy Mustard FTWVery Happy

I win this thread.

Chinsor
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2006.04.04 12:07:00 - [4]
 

Originally by: Jon Hawkes
what do you guys put in sandwiches to make them more exciting?


lard

Dario Wall
Posted - 2006.04.04 12:23:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: Samirol
Edited by: Samirol on 04/04/2006 11:51:40
Brown Sauce = A1 Sauce

We have Worcester sauce...

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

And Spicy Mustard FTWVery Happy

I win this thread.


Drinking a bottle of A1 plain should be considered a health hazard...

Laythun
Viziam
Posted - 2006.04.04 12:24:00 - [6]
 

Edited by: Laythun on 04/04/2006 12:31:09
Originally by: Samirol

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

I win this thread.


Branston Pickle is sweet and spicy with a chutney-like consistency, containing small chunks of vegetables in a thick brown sticky sauce. It is commonly served as part of a Ploughman's lunch, a common menu item in English pubs. It is also frequently combined with cheddar cheese in sandwiches, and most sandwich shops in England offer "cheese and pickle" as an option.


you lose punk

[EDIT] ffs twice in one day Sad

Leilani Solaris
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Posted - 2006.04.04 12:30:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:48
Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:15
Originally by: Laythun
Originally by: Samirol

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

I win this thread.


Branston Pickle is sweet and spicy with a chutney-like consistency, containing small chunks of vegetables in a thick brown sticky sauce. It is commonly served as part of a Ploughman's lunch, a common menu item in English pubs. It is also frequently combined with cheddar cheese in sandwiches, and most sandwich shops in England offer "cheese and pickle" as an option.


you lose punk


no, you lose for not being able to quote properly. I win.

Dammit you edited your post Evil or Very Mad

Asarah
First Star To The Right
Posted - 2006.04.04 12:41:00 - [8]
 

Keep your fancy snooty mustard and your wierd pickle paste. You'll never get my 'Fire Apple Xtreme Hotsauce'! Razz

Samirol
Love is Hate
Posted - 2006.04.04 12:47:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Leilani Solaris
Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:48
Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:15
Originally by: Laythun
Originally by: Samirol

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

I win this thread.


Branston Pickle is sweet and spicy with a chutney-like consistency, containing small chunks of vegetables in a thick brown sticky sauce. It is commonly served as part of a Ploughman's lunch, a common menu item in English pubs. It is also frequently combined with cheddar cheese in sandwiches, and most sandwich shops in England offer "cheese and pickle" as an option.


you lose punk


no, you lose for not being able to quote properly. I win.

Dammit you edited your post Evil or Very Mad
you both lose, because Laythun can't quote right and Leilani corrected an already corrected post. I win by default.

Leilani Solaris
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Posted - 2006.04.04 12:57:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Samirol
Originally by: Leilani Solaris
Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:48
Edited by: Leilani Solaris on 04/04/2006 12:31:15
Originally by: Laythun
Originally by: Samirol

WTF is Branston!!???!!! Pickle Paste?

I win this thread.


Branston Pickle is sweet and spicy with a chutney-like consistency, containing small chunks of vegetables in a thick brown sticky sauce. It is commonly served as part of a Ploughman's lunch, a common menu item in English pubs. It is also frequently combined with cheddar cheese in sandwiches, and most sandwich shops in England offer "cheese and pickle" as an option.


you lose punk


no, you lose for not being able to quote properly. I win.

Dammit you edited your post Evil or Very Mad
you both lose, because Laythun can't quote right and Leilani corrected an already corrected post. I win by default.


You can win this post. I win the forum. YARRRR!!

Samirol
Love is Hate
Posted - 2006.04.04 13:19:00 - [11]
 


Dak Hakin
Sebiestor Tribe
Posted - 2006.04.04 13:21:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: Jon Hawkes
I mean seriously. No Brown Sauce, no Worcester Sauce (pronounced wooster), and no Branston!!!

Every American I've ever met who has come over to the UK and tried these gastronomic phenomenae has loved them and could not understand why they are not available over the pond. So why aren't they? And what do you guys put in sandwiches to make them more exciting? Please don't say "mustard". The mildly tangy, luminescant yellow substance that graces hotdogs is not real mustard. Real English mustard is light brown and carries warning signs in seven European languages. in fact, the last time a truckload arrived in Calais, the French surrendered just to be on the safe side...



I would say the Americans you have met that have never had those things are ignorant, have never eaten anywhere other than McDonalds, and afraid to try new things. I mean, not to be rude, but with the exception of the pickle sauce I have been using these things for 30 years.

Kurren
The Legion.
Requiem-Aeternam
Posted - 2006.04.04 13:31:00 - [13]
 

Edited by: Kurren on 04/04/2006 13:33:00
Americans are... stupid... ok, the majority are... some do play Eve...

Go to a market (or as we call them in the states... a grocery store) Might I recommend A1 and A1: Thick and Hearty. We have the sauces you speak of... though... I have no clue wtf Branston is...

Originally by: Dario Wall
Drinking a bottle of A1 plain should be considered a health hazard...
Done it... it's fine. I dared a friend of mine, though, to drink a cup of "Wooster" sauce and he was over the toilet for about 10 minutes... and he's English...

Leilani Solaris
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Posted - 2006.04.04 13:32:00 - [14]
 

Originally by: Samirol
I already won the eve-o forums


oohhh, just bugger off will you Evil or Very Mad

Jon Hawkes
The Littlest Hobos
Ushra'Khan
Posted - 2006.04.04 13:45:00 - [15]
 

Originally by: Kurren
I have no clue wtf Branston is...


You don't know what you're missing. Mmmm....

Istvaan Shogaatsu
Caldari
Guiding Hand Social Club
Posted - 2006.04.04 13:47:00 - [16]
 

We have all that stuff in Canada, I'd imagine the States would have an ample supply as well. I'm just not sure they know what to use it on.

As to your assertion about British mustard, you should try some Russian homemade - and by 'try' I mean 'apply a layer to your sandwich that's roughly one atom thick because any more will make your eyes swell up shut and your ringpiece to spit magma'.

Laythun
Viziam
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:07:00 - [17]
 

Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
We have all that stuff in Canada, I'd imagine the States would have an ample supply as well. I'm just not sure they know what to use it on.

As to your assertion about British mustard, you should try some Russian homemade - and by 'try' I mean 'apply a layer to your sandwich that's roughly one atom thick because any more will make your eyes swell up shut and your ringpiece to spit magma'.


deosnt beat encona hot sauce!

Deva Blackfire
Viziam
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:14:00 - [18]
 

Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
As to your assertion about British mustard, you should try some Russian homemade - and by 'try' I mean 'apply a layer to your sandwich that's roughly one atom thick because any more will make your eyes swell up shut and your ringpiece to spit magma'.


You are exagerrating :) It is hot but not that much :) But WAY better than any other mustard :)

Chinsor
Minmatar
Brutor Tribe
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:33:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
British mustard

ENGLISH!!!

Exekias
Eternity INC.
Mercenary Coalition
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:36:00 - [20]
 

I hate mustard.

Da Death
Minmatar
Relentless Enterprises
Ore Federation
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:43:00 - [21]
 

Originally by: Jon Hawkes
I mean seriously. No Brown Sauce, no Worcester Sauce (pronounced wooster), and no Branston!!!

Every American I've ever met who has come over to the UK and tried these gastronomic phenomenae has loved them and could not understand why they are not available over the pond. So why aren't they? And what do you guys put in sandwiches to make them more exciting? Please don't say "mustard". The mildly tangy, luminescant yellow substance that graces hotdogs is not real mustard. Real English mustard is light brown and carries warning signs in seven European languages. in fact, the last time a truckload arrived in Calais, the French surrendered just to be on the safe side...



Flying Saucers are the worst!

HippoKing
Caldari
GoonWaffe
Goonswarm Federation
Posted - 2006.04.04 14:49:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Chinsor
Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
British mustard

ENGLISH!!!


qft!

Laythun
Viziam
Posted - 2006.04.04 15:10:00 - [23]
 

Originally by: HippoKing
Originally by: Chinsor
Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
British mustard

ENGLISH!!!


qft!


QFFT

Baldour Ngarr
Black Thorne Corporation
Black Thorne Alliance
Posted - 2006.04.04 16:21:00 - [24]
 

Henderson's Relish.

Leilani Solaris
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Posted - 2006.04.04 16:26:00 - [25]
 

Originally by: HippoKing
Originally by: Chinsor
Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
British mustard

ENGLISH!!!


qft!


Quote:
Stop spamming with "QFT" >:|. - Teblin


Razz

Ralus
Caldari
The Littlest Hobos
Ushra'Khan
Posted - 2006.04.04 18:06:00 - [26]
 

Originally by: Leilani Solaris
Originally by: HippoKing
Originally by: Chinsor
Originally by: Istvaan Shogaatsu
British mustard

ENGLISH!!!


qft!


qfft Us Scots don't need any of you're palsy mustard, just coat it in batter then plaster with brown sauce thank you very much Razz

Solloeb
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2006.04.04 19:25:00 - [27]
 

Edited by: Solloeb on 04/04/2006 20:10:08
Edited by: Solloeb on 04/04/2006 19:29:38
Spiced Mango and chutney 4tw

Brandston pickle - had to get my father to send this from england to norway for christmas because its so tasteh

HippoKing
Caldari
GoonWaffe
Goonswarm Federation
Posted - 2006.04.04 19:58:00 - [28]
 

worcester sauce ketchup 4tw tbrfh

Suvetar


ISD YARR
Interstellar Services Department
Posted - 2006.04.04 20:01:00 - [29]
 

I honestly don't think that the Nation that gave the world Tabasco and Spontaneous Combustion can be said to be lacking in the sauce department.

IMHO of course Razz

gizli
Black Lance
Posted - 2006.04.04 20:03:00 - [30]
 

Kokteilsósa > All other sauce's tbfh Cool


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