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Henderson's Relish? in scotland?

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15 hours ago, Ontarian1981 said:

 Not been up there since the 80s but there are lots of British shops that sell over priced "tastes of home" in Ontario. I can only imagine it must be frozen or canned unless the proprietors are of Scottish origin and have a family recipe which has been handed down and having enough ex pats around to actually buy it fresh. 

However, I don't recall an abundance of Scottish accents up in Tobermory, when I was up there camping  in the 80s. When I sampled Haggis I was working up in Dunbar  around 1978/9 and I almost called for Huey on the spot, but of course that might have been the Glen Morangie combined with the 12  hour shifts we were working , lol.

 

On 14/09/2019 at 05:59, MICK BADGER said:

it is indeed Michael Wright

 

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I recall the Claymore pub on Arundel Gate in the early 70s when the original landlord -Frank Keys- would have a kilted  piper perform the introduction of Robbie Burns' night, usually on a frosty  mid-week evening , would produce lavish servings of the Caledonian delicacy free of charge but whether it had ' Hendo's as a  relish I'm not sure but it went down quite well with a couple of pints of William Younger's Tartan ale.

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Scotland ... best place for it, disgusting stuff.

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On 10/10/2019 at 22:16, St Petre said:

I recall the Claymore pub on Arundel Gate in the early 70s when the original landlord -Frank Keys- would have a kilted  piper perform the introduction of Robbie Burns' night, usually on a frosty  mid-week evening , would produce lavish servings of the Caledonian delicacy free of charge but whether it had ' Hendo's as a  relish I'm not sure but it went down quite well with a couple of pints of William Younger's Tartan ale.

The Claymore.  Was that the place that had the big sword on the outside wall? 

 

Wasn't there also a fish & chip restaurant upstairs in the same building? 

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On 08/10/2019 at 21:15, Jim Hardie said:

Did you bother buying a bottle?

Course not! Got a bottle in from Morrison's at Halfway 4 months ago! Thought i'd achieved a bit of Yorkshire Cred!

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Hendos is also sold where I live in Stonehaven near Aberdeen that's also the birth place of the Deep Fried Mars bar. 

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They have it in my local Home Bargains in North Wales which is fine by me.

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