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Gentleman's Relish


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

You cannot better the taste of Gentlemens Relish! Or as I have recently discovered from Waitrose Poachers Relish - Salmon and lemon zest, delicious on toast!

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2008-01-02 by Squire James from London


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

"My Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen" As a former member of the team of Butlers to the directorate of one of the world's largest companies, I have very fond memories of this magnificient product. A firm favourite with our board, their guests (many from overseas), and staff alike, Afternoon Tea service often became our favourite time of day. Absolutely unique and delicious, a true 'comfort food' particularly during the winter months. Twenty years later, my larder still remains incomplete without that lovely porcelain pot!!

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2007-10-08 by Graham Duell from Edinburgh


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

Anchovy paste sold at exclusive retail outlets and intended to be spread thinly on hot toast. Where else would you find small salty fish mashed up and upheld as an exclusive foodstuff?

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2007-07-02 by Russell Hougham from USA


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

Anchovy paste sold at exclusive retail outlets and intended to be spread thinly on hot toast. Where else would you find small salty fish mashed up and upheld as an exclusive foodstuff?

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2007-07-02 by Russell Hougham from USA


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

Anchovy paste sold at exclusive retail outlets and intended to be spread thinly on hot toast. Where else would you find small salty fish mashed up and upheld as an exclusive foodstuff?

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2007-06-25 by Russell Hougham from USA


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

When I want to send a present that is quintessentially English to friends abroad, I opt for Gentlemen's Relish. Tasty, easy to ship, doesn't go off (or has it already?).

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2006-12-21 by Kathleen Houghton from Accrington Lancs


Comment on Gentleman's Relish

traditional English food

Comment on Gentleman's Relish posted 2006-01-19 by Michael Barthorp from Jersey