A piquant brown liquid sauce manufactured in Sheffield by the family business established by Mr Henry Henderson in 1881 and sold in 1910 to pickle makers Shaws of Huddersfield.
Although similar in taste and appearance to other liquid sauces such as Worcester, Yorkshire Relish or Harvey's, Henderson's is actually a spiced vinegar and contains no fish, making it popular as a vegetarian and vegan condiment.
Henderson's has a very strong association with the City of Sheffield, and seems to have a remarkable ability to inspire a certain, rather distinctive, style of art. This includes visual artworks, such as...
(Images from: www.hendersonsrelish.com/, www.pushkincreative.co.uk, Charlotte MacRae, Goo-design)
... and poetry, such as;
The marvellous thing about Relish
EXTERNAL LINK: Henderson's Relish
Other English piquant liquid sauces include:
Mrs. Comber's Sauce
Muckleston's Celebrated Shropshire Sauce
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