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help what is hp sauce??

Posted by dbillow (My Page) on
Fri, May 10, 02 at 9:51

i posted this under the post for favorite simple main dish because someone there mentions using in a broiled steak marinade ... but that thread is old and no one is responding ... anyone know?? your help would be appriciated.

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RE: help what is hp sauce??

HP sauce is just like a tangy steak sauce, kind of like A1 but better. It is very common in England for having on meat and pies and here in Canada and restautant with a large British community seems to have it on their table. My fridge is never without a bottle. I love it on toasted cheese on bread. They now also have a fruity variety and a bold variety of the sauce but I havent tried either yet.

RE: help what is hp sauce??

Only in Canada you say... Pity... hahahaha
I have seen it in the US but it's not widely available..A1 is more common though I prefer the HP.
By the way...HP stands for House of Parliament...which is the picture on the label.. why I dunno.

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