In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1salsa de tomate feminineketchup masculinecatsup masculine
- Where do you find the best value baked beans, sausages, ketchup and white sliced bread?
- The Bulgarians made shopska salad and surprised other children by putting ketchup on their pasta.
- I helped myself to sachets of ketchup and tartare sauce and tucked into my fish.
- I eat the four-minute lunch of the home worker, standing at the counter, shovelling in cold pizza and ketchup.
- He made a mess trying to mix a concoction of catsup, mustard and hot sauce.
- A best seller is her tomato ketchup, which is a pale orange rather than the lurid red of the commercial variety.
- If you have some rolls, a few salad leaves and extra ketchup or chutney, they can be transformed into delicious burgers.
- To make the chilli jam, sweat off the chilli and ginger in a heavy based pan and add chilli sauce and ketchup.
- In addition there is a New Orleans American style chilli sauce and the ubiquitous tomato ketchup.
- If desired, however, offer a condiment bar of your favorites: lettuce, avocados, tomatoes, pickles, mayo, mustard, and catsup.
- Garum was used in ancient Rome, and it was supposedly as ubiquitous then as ketchup is today.
- The tables were neatly set, each with clean bottles of tomato ketchup, HP sauce and vinegar.
- Dip the fish and chips into the tomato ketchup and tartare sauce as desired.
- Top with the sliced tomatoes, add more ketchup, then add the gherkins.
- Years later, I'm covering my chips with tomato ketchup in front of the TV.
- He served it to us in leaf plates with a generous dollop of Maggie's tomato ketchup.
- Real chips are thick cut, fried in animal fat, and dressed not with catsup but with vinegar.
- Add ketchup, blend thoroughly and add ground turkey and vegetable mixture.
- Tomato ketchup came in a bowl and not in those dreadful sachets.
- She went to the kitchen and brought back bottles of mustard and ketchup.
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