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Lea and Perrins Thick Classic has changed to Bold Steak

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Just so y'all know, the favorite prime rib coating for a few of us has changed. It used to be the Lea and Perrins Thick Classic Worcestershire Sauce. Well. that is gone and has been replace by the Lea and Perrins Bold Steak Sauce. It has the thick consistency and the flavor seems to be that of the original steak sauce. I do not have any Thick Classic to check it against. A check on the website seems to verify this progression. Lea and Perrin list the Bold Steak as "the same classic flavor in a thicker sauce perfect for marinade and dipping".

 

I am doing a full standing rib roast for Christmas, so we shall see.

 

JB

post #2 of 13

I recently used it on a brisket, and couldn't tell the difference between using the Bold Steak Sauce, and the Thick Worcestershire.
I tasted it before rubbing it on, and it tasted the same, so no worry's!

post #3 of 13
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Thanks, it tasted like the original thin stuff to me.
post #4 of 13

Don't know if you remember this but lea and Perrins made a BBQ sauce that was awesome. I called them when I couldn't find it on the shelf. They said it was discontinued because of low sales. It was some really good BBQ sauce IMHO... I miss it....

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Originally Posted by lonestarmedic View Post
 

Just so y'all know, the favorite prime rib coating for a few of us has changed. It used to be the Lea and Perrins Thick Classic Worcestershire Sauce. Well. that is gone and has been replace by the Lea and Perrins Bold Steak Sauce. It has the thick consistency and the flavor seems to be that of the original steak sauce. I do not have any Thick Classic to check it against. A check on the website seems to verify this progression. Lea and Perrin list the Bold Steak as "the same classic flavor in a thicker sauce perfect for marinade and dipping".

 

I am doing a full standing rib roast for Christmas, so we shall see.

 

JB

been looking all over the metro detroit area.....first few days for "thick" last few for bold steak sauce. found a lea and perrins steak sauce but it did not say bold. smokin a 13.75 p.r. in 2 days, got a bottle of A-1 thick as a back up.anyone use the A-1?...thx

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Originally Posted by rippper View Post
 

been looking all over the metro detroit area.....first few days for "thick" last few for bold steak sauce. found a lea and perrins steak sauce but it did not say bold. smokin a 13.75 p.r. in 2 days, got a bottle of A-1 thick as a back up.anyone use the A-1?...thx



Check Walmart.  I actually bought a case through the Walmart online store, free shipping.

post #7 of 13
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I used Walmart online. Ordered Thick Classic and got Bold Steak. Took about 3 days to get.
post #8 of 13
It's been called Bold in my neck of the woods for about 4 years now.
post #9 of 13

think i found some,miejier thrifty acres. web says its in stock in a store near me.....

post #10 of 13
Thread Starter 
Go get it Rippper. It will not dissapoint. I used it on the trimmings last night. Seared in cubes in cast iron pan. Then put the L and P on it. Covered and into oven to slow cook. Made a gravy from the juices and we had that over egg noodles for late supper.

I intend to try it as my base on brisket. Use the L and P in place of mustard.

JB
post #11 of 13

picked up 3 bottles.... doing a 13.75 P.R. the day after Christmas.....

post #12 of 13

I went to three different grocery stores this morning to grab a bottle for my prime rib I'm smoking tomorrow, and no one had it - any suggestions on a viable substitute?  Any steak sauce, or even just L&P worcestershire sauce (not the thick stuff)?

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Originally Posted by smoking4fun View Post

I went to three different grocery stores this morning to grab a bottle for my prime rib I'm smoking tomorrow, and no one had it - any suggestions on a viable substitute?  Any steak sauce, or even just L&P worcestershire sauce (not the thick stuff)?

I typically just use standard Worchestshire.
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