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Branston Pickle


Comment on Branston Pickle

Unimaginable having cheddar cheese or a ploughman's lunch without some Branston Pickle. Whilst other countries having relishes, there is nothing quite like Branston.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2007-07-02 by Russell Hougham from USA


Comment on Branston Pickle

I just discovered Branston Pickle this year and it is the most amazing thing ever! I usually have cheese and kebab toasties but now I can't stop eating Branston Pickle cheese toasties!

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2007-03-30 by Mr Jamal from Oldham


Comment on Branston Pickle

When my brother emigrated to Australia he insisted that our mum send him ice cream cartons filled with Branston pickle. All his family ask for it immediately if they return to this country.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-08-11 by Don Cook from Milton Keynes


Comment on Branston Pickle

Branstone Pickle is the one thing I most miss about Blighty -not cricket or the National Trust. It spreads on yer loaf like nobody's business, much better than the cheap alternatives available in Spain.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-05-03 by Harry Palms from Southampton


Branston pickle deepness of the lids of late

Apart from liking the usual sarnie size BRANSTON pickle jars I have a problem in trying to open the lids now because the depth of them are longer and cannot get the lids off now with my opener, as I have arthritis and proves difficult to open, in which case I can no longer by this.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-03-14 by hazel buckman from orpington, kent br6 9qs


Comment on Branston Pickle

Branston Pickle is the UK's best-loved sweet pickle, with more than 28 million jars every year. A ploughman's lunch is not the same without it.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-03-14 by James Smyth from London


Comment on Branston Pickle

Branston Pickle is the best thing on sliced bread since sliced bread. It is part of British culture, you cannot argue that it is better tasting than Marmite! Though they don't have it in Tasmania, I look forward to acquiring a few jars when I return to UK.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-03-14 by Irwin Fletcher from Nottinghamshire


Comment on Branston's Pickle

When I was working in the Netherlands I loved the cheese and ham sandwich that is a staple over there, but on my first trip home I picked up a 4 lb jar of Branston to complete the sandwich and see me through.

Comment on Branston Pickle posted 2006-02-21 by Neville English from Fleet, Hants