Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Sheffield's best-kept secret, Henderson's Relish is a Yorkshire institution - a spicy sauce that's been made in Sheffield for over 100 years, at all times within half a mile of its current location in Leavygreave Road in the heart of the city.
It's slightly milder than its better-known counterpart, which means that as well as using it as an ingredient in soups, stews, chillis, shepherds' pies and the like, it's also fantastic when splashed over chips, pies, mashed potato, and pretty much anything, really.
It has another advantage over its better-known counterpart as it doesn't contain anchovy extract, which means that it's suitable for both vegans and vegetarians, as well as those on a gluten-free diet, and was the winner of The Vegetarian Society's 2010 award for best store-cupboard ingredient.
Henderson's has a wide and loyal fan base, counting amongst its admirers Sean Bean, KT Tunstall, David Blunkett and Peter Stringfellow, who reputedly won't eat a cooked breakfast without it! For those wishing to show off their love for the might Relish we're pleased to have in stock some Henderson's Relish aprons with the famous logo on them.
We're also pleased to be able to have in stock a number of the sought-after bottles branded in the colours of Sheffield's two football teams. Originally made when Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United came face to face in the 1993 FA Cup semi-final, these are the normal relish but whose labels are in the teams' colours of blue and white, and red and white, respectively.