Brown sauce is the mutt of the sauce world. It has no pedigree, no sense, and it doesn't behave very well. But like a mutt, put a bit of cheese or cold meat in front of it and it will love you to the very end. Great Northern Larder brown sauce is tangy, fruity, very dark, quite spicy, and full of sharp-tasting apples. It is made to go with a full Irish breakfast, but you haven't had a cheddar cheese sandwich until you have had one dripping with brown sauce.
Rock on up and get you the best catsup this side of the Rocky mountains. This is not a Heinz clone, this is real ketchup and it packs a punch. Not a chilli pepper punch, but a big bold bang of basil, and a fine fist full of fennel. You can dip your chips in this ketchup, and you should, but where it really shines is on eggs, salads, cold meats, and burgers.
Formulated by Great Northern Larder for roast beef, and larger cuts of beef that will be oven cooked or barbecued. This is a beautiful smoky rub that really brings a depth of flavour to a good cut of beef.
Formulated by Great Northern Larder for chicken and turkey that will be oven roasted, barbecued, grilled, fried, or smoked. A delicious fresh mix of herbs and with a touch of nutmeg for a good depth of flavour.
If this sauce had a personality it would be the raving lunatic in a 1970's maverick cop thriller such as Dirty Harry. You know the guy, blonde hair, weird scars, live with his mammy, chops up women at night. Like our bad guy, this sauce has an intriguing look, it draws you in, it is all purple and sweet and pretty. Even when you first taste it, you will enjoy a mild plumminess with just a tiny hint of something a little evil lurking in the background. That's the faint aroma and taste of Scotch Bonnet - a pepper that smells like it has been hiding in the wardrobe waiting for you to come home. And then it attacks. And it attacks. And it attacks. Are you feeling lucky punk?