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In British slang, what condiment is sometimes used as a synonym for good? We have another 10 similar questions and we hope our condiments quiz cuts the mustard!

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  1. What were the last names of the two pharmacists that created Worcestershire sauce in England during the first half of the 19th century?
  2. Which condiment is made of mayonnaise, chopped pickles, capers and herbs such as tarragon and dill?
  3. What is the last missing word of the advertise slogan: "Don't say vinegar - say..."?
  4. What ingredient gives piccalilli its yellow colour?

  5. Which brand name has the slogan: "Bring out the best"?
  6. Who created Reggae Reggae Sauce?
  7. In the early 1800s, Jeremiah began making mustard at a water mill near Norwich - what is Jeremiah's last name?
  8. The name of which condiment derives from Hindi word 'to lick' or 'to eat with appetite'?
  9. Which British commercial brand of anchovy paste is also known as Patum Peperium?
  10. In 1922, in which village did Crosse & Blackwell start to produce a product to a recipe attributed to Mrs Caroline Graham and her daughters Evelyn and Ermentrude?
  11. Guidelines issued in 1991 by Europe's Federation of the Condiment Sauce Industries recommend that what should contain at least 70% oil and 5% liquid egg yolk?


  1. Lea and Perrins (John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins)
  2. Tartar sauce
  3. Sarson's
  4. Turmeric
  5. Hellmann's
  6. Levi Roots
  7. Colman
  8. Chutney
  9. Gentleman's Relish

  10. Branston
  11. Mayonnaise

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