Sir Kensington’s line of condiments offers a product you can feel good about giving your family and a flavor that separates them from the pack. Sir Kensington’s products offer quality and value in their simplicity and attention to flavor.
Sir Kensington’s products are held to standards that have placed them on numerous humane and natural product quality lists. What other companies can we find that provide non GMO products and humane, free-range eggs to make condiments? Many companies seem to look past ingredients once we reach the condiment level. What’s more, their products taste great. They aren’t just ok or decent, they are really good.
I must admit, one issue that I have in the world of food, is that I hate ketchup. I don’t know what it is. I don’t like the taste and I typically don’t trust the ingredients. I rank it up there with American cheese on my list of “don’t trust” food items. I would say after tasting it and looking into the standards that Sir Kensington’s lives up to, I will allow my daughters to use it if they so choose. I won’t go so far as to say that I will now begin to use ketchup, but I appreciate that their ketchup doesn’t taste like vinegar candy and I will begin to use it whenever working with recipes that require ketchup since it tastes like something real.
As for their other products, I can say that I am very impressed. I have begun to use their mayos and mustards not only as condiments, but also ingredients in recipes.
Maple Mustard Glaze
1T – Sir Kensington’s Spicy Brown Mustard
1T – Sir Kensington’s Mayo
1T – Pure Maple Syrup
Spicy Asian Remoulade
2T – Sir Kensington’s Sriracha Mayo
1T – Minced Kimchi
I am just scratching the surface with ideas. Whether used in recipes or as they stand, Sir Kensington products add flavor and quality without adding “the unknown.”