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Worcestershire SauceCocktail Ingredient Glossary » Worcestershire Sauce
Worcestershire sauce (often shortened Worcester sauce, pronounced "Wooster") is a dark brown, fermented liquid condiment often used with beef or barbeque dishes. It has a long history, first being made commercially in the 1830's by Lea & Perrins in the county of Worcestershire in England.
In North America it comes in short bottles and can be found in the sauces or condiments section of the grocery store.
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Brands and Variations of Worcestershire Sauce