Ketchup, or catsup, is a table sauce. Traditionally, different recipes feature
ketchup made of egg white, mushrooms, oysters, mussels, walnuts, or other
foods, but ...
Apr 21, 2014 ... It is the hero of American condiments: ketchup. In the U.S., 97 percent of
households report having a bottle at the table. How did a simple sauce ...
Aug 16, 2012 ... It would be easy to assume that ketchup was invented by some food company,
like Heinz. That isn't true, although Heinz does have something ...
Dec 21, 2013 ... From a 17th-century fish sauce, ketchup evolved into a patent medicine, a
carcinogenic health hazard, and eventually, a non-Newtonian fluid.
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Dec 27, 2012 ... Jokes aside - let's admit it - ketchup is kind of a big deal - every year, people ... by
the way, why does everything seem to be invented in China ...
The first known tomato ketchup recipe was invented by James Mease in 1812.
Mease was a scientist and horticulturalist who combined tomato pulp, brandy and
Some claim that Pennsylvania is where ketchup was invented by Herr Heinz.
What better condiment to eat with your bratwurst?
May 30, 2012 ... Yes, dear reader, the word ketchup originally meant “fish sauce” in a dialect ...
needed something to drink, and rum had not yet been invented.
Ketchup is America's favorite condiment, being found in 97 percent of kitchens.
Studies show tomato ketchup can also be a powerful tool in the fight against ...
Jun 30, 2010 ... Ketchup or catsup? ... The word ketchup was first mentioned in Charles Lockyer's
book of 1711, An Account of the Trade in .... ever invented.