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Lea & Perrin teriyaki

Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades' started by archeryrob, Nov 7, 2018 at 6:05 PM.

  1. archeryrob

    archeryrob Smoking Fanatic

    FYI, my wife found this at Wally mart and went back tonight and bought all 4 in the store. It’s not as sweet and has a whorechestersire flavor, how ever you spell that. She it putting it on wings. I never really loved teriyaki until now
     

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  2. Another to try is Soy Vay, Veri Veri Teriyaki/marinade. I think WalMart also carries it. I stumbled onto it this past weekend and it is awesome. Kikkoman teriyaki IMHO is not too good.

    Will look for the L&P Teriyaki to compare.

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  3. Veri Veri hoison is also very good.
     
  4. SonnyE

    SonnyE Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    I clicked on your picture.
    I had no idea Teriyaki existed in 1835. :eek:
    (Hey, sez since 1835 on the bottle...) :rolleyes:

    But I've always felt Lea & Perrins was a standard to go by.
    I'll look for this stuff, Thanks!
    (Not having much luck yet.):emoji_unamused:
     
  5. foamheart

    foamheart Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I always ask for Lea & Perrins by name. I can't spell woresthershire either!
     
  6. SonnyE

    SonnyE Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Where Chester? Worcestershire. Hey, my spell check knows how to speel it. :confused:
    Weird name Wor ces ter shire. Is it named after a town in Britain?

    I think it is just easier to say "Lea & Perrins" .....

    This ain't no downstream sauce.;)
     
  7. chef jimmyj

    chef jimmyj Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Fun Fact... Teriyaki is dated back to the 1500's in Japan. The word refers to a Sauce, Teri or Tere, of cooked Soy Sauce, Sake and Sugar, reduced until thick, brushed on meat and Grilled, Yaki cooked...JJ
     
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  8. SonnyE

    SonnyE Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Thanks JimmyJ!
    Good to know some history on it.

    Has Saki in it, no wonder I like it. :eek::rolleyes:
     
  9. ksblazer

    ksblazer Meat Mopper

    My go to Teriyaki sauce is Yoshidas

    Give it a try
     
  10. gmc2003

    gmc2003 Master of the Pit

    JJ without having to google it what is Sake?

    I use kikkoman as it's what's readily available here and all I know.

    Chris
     
  11. Bearcarver

    Bearcarver Smoking Guru OTBS Member


    In Vietnam, Sake was called "Rice Wine".
    We drank some out of a Crock that we had to drink with long straws, so you could get past the thick layer of Maggots on or near the surface. No, I wouldn't do it again!
    Funny what you'll try when you're in a situation like that.

    Bear
     
  12. gmc2003

    gmc2003 Master of the Pit

    Boy, am I glad I was born in the 60's. Between that explanation of sake and a friend of mine at work describing his experience in Nam. I don't think I would have made it.

    More power to you guys.

    Chris