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Great on burgers,what else can I do with it?

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  1. Great for grilling steaks on the BBQ ( I think Dad uses a mix of worchestershire sauce, heinz 57, regular bbq and steak spice and he makes the best steaks ever!) Use as a marinade, nice on chicken and add to those crappy frozen hamburgers that were on sale but dont taste like real meat! Also good added to meatloaf before cooking and as a condiment whenever you dont like the taste of the meat!

    1. Have it with fries, scrambled eggs, omelets, meat pies, mac 'n cheese, hot dogs (sacrilege to some), corned beef hash ...

      Also groovy on the luncheon meat of your choice, if cardiac arrest is not a pressing concern.

      1. None better, no subtitiute.

        1. add to meatloaf

          1. My hubby puts it on his mashed potatoes.

            1. Great stuff.

              http://www.heinz57.com/recipes.aspx

               
              1. A friend puts about a tablespoon in his bloody marys and swears by it. Never tried it myself but I drink BM with gin so I am probably not a good judge on this.

                I used to make a dippinf sauce with 57 and mayo,plus horseradish, Lea & Perrins..just your basic 4:00AM stuff in college

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                1. re: hazelhurst

                  Because I was out of worcestershire sauce, I recently made a tequila BM with A-1. It may have been an improvement.

                2. It is great as a dip for kielbasa or other smoked sausages and steak fries.

                  Adds a nice kick when mixed 1:1 with creamy horseradish sauce as a topping for hot roast beef sandwiches.

                  1. I use it on scrambled eggs and omelettes.
                    I also mix it with Duck sauce and spices to make a nice glaze for BBQ ribs.