Featuring the famous Chinese ingredient: ketchup.
And how cowboy diplomacy made curry as English as tangerines.
Suggested for salmon.
A favorite in England, Scotland, and Washington, D.C.
Featured in the fruit salad.
A 17th century sauce with a (probably) 20th century name.
Another vinegar-based take.
With nutmeg, paprika, clove, and cinnamon.
Here’s the sauce that goes with the first Sweet and Sour Pork recipe.
I’m not sure I understand what’s so Spanish about this sauce.