Branston Pickle 520g (18oz) Gold top

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  • Perfect in a cheese sandwich
  • Suitable for vegetarians
  • Contains: Barley, Gluten, Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
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Branston sweet pickle for sandwiches, meats and salads. Branston pickle is packed with your favorite branston vegetables and naturally low in fat. Branston Pickle is the UK's best-loved sweet pickle, with more than 28 million jars sold every year in the UK.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0001LVX4K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,279 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients
Carrots, Cauliflower, Gherkins, Marrows, Onions, Rutabaga, Tomatoes, Sugar, Vinegar, Dates, Salt, Apple, Modified Starch, Lemon Juice, Colourant, Spices, Garlic Extract

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66 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Bobasaurus on September 17, 2013
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Let me start by saying that I gave Branston Pickle 5 out of 5 stars because I couldn't choose 6 out of 5. You may think that this is pricey for a sandwich spread because it's more expensive than mustard. But that's like asking why a Ferrari costs more than a tricycle. You only think that because you don't know what sandwich spreads can be.

If you ate Branston Pickle by itself, say, with a spoon, late at night, in your underwear, standing in front of my refrigerator, it would be pleasant but a bit salty. When you apply it to a well constructed sandwich though the Branston Pickle and the sandwich become something else entirely. The sandwich, and perhaps you, are transported to a magical land where flavors aren't just born on your tongue but bloom in your mind. The vegetable morsels of the spread provide a satisfying crunch as you work through your divinely inspired sandwich. The saltiness completes the lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise triumvirate that lays across the top of your sandwich. A gateway to enlightenment opens in your being. Angels sing. Unicorns whinny. Munchkins sing for you to follow the yellow brick road to Branstonville.

Even though this item is for a stately 18 ounce jar you will find yourself aware of how easily it runs out. Once you eat a dose of Branston Pickle you will spend your days and nights dreaming of what other foods deserve its delicious blessing. You will happily try it on any and all foods available. That is good and just but be warned the jar is finite and every lovely sample puts you one bite closer to a home without Branston Pickle. Just know that here and now, with your cursor poised over the "Add to cart" button, you can delay the inevitable by first changing the quantity to 2. It will make your life that much better.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Chris Leggett on June 15, 2004
This is the best sandwich topping ever! I grew up eating Branston Pickle on my cheddar cheese and ham sandwiches, so it holds lots of good memories for me. It has a deliciously sweet and tangy taste - some say (e.g., my wife) it is an acquired one - and nice crunchiness from the pickled vegetables. I cannot say enough good things about it!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Schontzler on January 9, 2007
Since I discovered this wonderful relish in England a few years ago I have tried to buy replacements in this country. It is served at most pubs in the UK as part of a Ploughman's Lunch along with various cheeses and other goodies. It has a wonderful taste and texture, unlike anything in this country. I recommend every one buy some. I've found it only on Amazon.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sharon L. Kirby on May 1, 2012
I learned to love Branston Pickle when I was working for Laker Skytrain in England many years ago. I am American but have become very fond of English food and traditions. Now I have my source for the future, thank you.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BooYaa on January 28, 2010
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It's Branston pickle, what is there to say. If you've never tried it you most likely wont like it. If you grew up in the UK its a staple on cheese of cold meat sandwiches. It's on my lunch sandwich today! :)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr.Engineer on July 1, 2012
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A strange taste, kind of like relish and jelly. Not so good on toast but really good on ham and cheese melt.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Cox on November 9, 2007
Was very glad to find Branston Pickle, as it is not easily available in the U.S. (I got hooked on it years ago when living in London.)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Rinehart VINE VOICE on August 4, 2014
My husband read about pickle and cheese sandwiches in a book and decided to find a recipe. He was surprised to find out the 'pickle' wasn't the green, cucumber with dill brine that Americans are familiar with but this mix of veggies in a sweet & sour sauce that is slathered on sandwiches and spooned out alongside a curry in the UK.

Finding it here in the US was, of course, the biggest problem, but yahoo, he got a bottle at the local World Market.

The basic recipe for a pickle cheese is; toasted buttered bread (the better the quality the bread the better, this is a very simple sandwich with few ingredients so it's best to get the best you can find), sharp cheddar slices and branston pickle.

the moment I opened the jar I knew I didn't like it. It smells a bit like seven bean salad mixed with pickled crabapples (remember when you'd see a dish of crabapples on the table at every holiday potluck, they'd be nestled in with the olives and the crudite platter, maybe that was just my part of the country that had crabapples).

I made him a sandwich and he was in raptures over the crunchiness of the vegetables, the wondrous blend of salty cheese, buttery toast and sweet/sour sauce. So I tried a bite. It ended with me gagging and wiping my tongue to remove every noxious bit from my mouth.

Branston is indeed an acquired taste, one which I don't think I will every stomach.
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