The precursor to ketchup was a fermented fish sauce from southern China. As far back as 300 BC, texts began documenting the use of fermented pastes made from fish entrails, meat byproducts and soybeans.
The tomato ketchup recipes were first published in the early 17th century. Heinz launched its first ketchup in 1876.
Ketchup is a table sauce. Traditionally, recipes featured ketchups made from egg
whites, mushrooms, oysters, mussels, walnuts, or other foods, but in modern ...
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 ...
Dec 3, 2013 ... But as The Oxford Companion to American Food and Drink notes, tomato
ketchup may have been invented in the United States, which is ...
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.
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
Jul 20, 2012 ... Is ketchup America's favorite condiment? Maybe so, considering it's found in 97
percent of U.S. homes and slathered on innumerable French ...
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 ...
Jul 29, 2014 ... Ah, ketchup---that wonderful and delicious condiment that Americans love. We
love it so much that, on average, we consume about three ...
Ketchup and catsup are condiments usually made with ripened tomatoes. The
term 'ketchup' is more popular in most countries. ... Who invented it ? — 88.✗.✗.