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Sir Kensington’s spicy trio: ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise. Photo courtesy Sir Kensington’s.
Invited to a July 4th celebration? Instead of bringing wine or beer, how about treating your host to gourmet condiments?
With all due respect to Heinz, French’s and Hellman’s, there are finer flavors to be had. Head to your nearest specialty food store or upscale supermarket and check out the options.
Since its debut five years ago, we’ve been enjoying the Sir Kensington’s brand—not a British import but a hip American creation.
Sir Kensington’s Ketchup, in Classic and Spiced, have 33% less salt and 50% less sugar than conventional brands.
Sir Kensington’s Mayonnaise is made from free range eggs, and is 33% lower in saturated fat than conventional brands. There’s Classic with lemon notes; Chipotle with cumin, garlic and tomato flavors; Dijonnaise, blending the Classic with Dijon mustard; Special Sauce, a riff on French remoulade with touches of paprika, mustard, and pickle relish; and Sriracha with the latest rage in heat.
Sir Kensington’s Mustard delivers more layers of flavor in Dijon, Spicy and Yellow.
The line is Non-GMO Verified.
If you can’t find the products locally, you can buy them online at SirKensingtons.com.
And think past summer: They make great stocking stuffers.
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