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Anyone looking for Lea & Perrins: Thick Classic Worcestershire Sauce

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Not sure how many people use Lea & Perrins: Thick Classic Worcestershire Sauce, but I had started using it to rub on beef before seasoning (kind of like mustard on pork).  I ran out, and had a heck of a time finding it.  I looked in all my local stores, to no avail, seems everyone carries the regular stuff, but no one carries the thick!  I finally found it online on the online order site for Walmart.  They don't have it in any of my local stores, but I was able to order it online.  So of course I order 6 bottles, just in case. I figure the bottles sealed will not go bad, and I'd hate to see Lea & Perrins stop making it.

 

Anyways, if you use it, and can't find it go to the online Walmart site, you can order it there!

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Side note - I tried a bottle of Grace brand "Fish and Meat Sauce" and it tastes like a 50/50 mix of Worcestershire and catsup. It's thick like catsup.

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I've had the same problem here Talan, and I came to the same conclusion as you...the only place I can find it is online. Bearcarver turned me on to this. Now I almost always slather some on briskets before applying rub.

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Here it is now sold as the "Bold"
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Here it is now sold as the "Bold"

 

 

What store have you found it at?  I haven't seen bold, but now I will buy one and see.

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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Here it is now sold as the "Bold"

Yep. The stores in FL carry "Bold Steak Sauce" which is basically the same thing as the thick. It is what I use as a slather on beef. 

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