Thursday, 17 July 2008

The Origins of Your Favorite Condiments


Pass the Knowledge: The Origins of Your Favorite Condiments
Next time someone asks you to pass the ketchup, mustard, mayo or Worcestershire sauce, you can wow them with your knowledge of the condiments. The word “ketchup” comes from the Chinese “ke-tsiap,” and if you’re wondering why ketchup isn’t used in Chinese food, well, there’s your story. Ke-tsiap wasn’t at all like ketchup.
Full Story: Pass the Knowledge: The Origins of Your Favorite Condiments; mentalfloss.com

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