[Sca-cooks] The origins of Worchestershire

Audrey Bergeron-Morin audreybmorin at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 08:43:49 PST 2008

> In the UK, Worcestershire is pronounced 'woost-ur-shire' and
> Worcestershire Sauce is referred to as 'Worcester Sauce', pronounced
> 'woos-tah'. In many other parts of the world, however, it is referred to
> as 'War-sest-uh-shire' Sauce.

Weird. Here in this French-speaking part of Canada, I was taught 
'Wore-ster-sheer'... Seems closer to the UK pronunciation... maybe because 
of the long-lasting English domination of the country? 

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