indexketchupSo it turns out that in the strange alternative world in which Lost Cowboy exists there is some kind of “Condiment Fairness Doctrine” – a tenet of which is that you must give equal time to ketchup and mustard.

I have received much ribbing with a few recent posts about mustard. What can I say, I like mustard. I have nothing against ketchup, it is a fine condiment with French fries and the like, but I also found it to not be as versatile as I would like.

Well, that was until I found the delightful Sir Kensington’s Gourmet Scooping Ketchup, which I sampled this summer at a barbeque party that I really did not want to attend. Sir Kensington’s Gourmet Scooping Ketchup made it all worth it.

Sir Kensington’s Gourmet Scooping Ketchup “represents excellence in natural quality and is free of gluten and sulfites. Produced from a secret recipe requiring years of exhaustive research, this ketchup offers a healthier, more delicious, and more versatile option.”

Again, I just say yummy. This the perfect culinary “find” for us – an old world product that is still available and can add a special touch to the most ordinary of meals. It is pricier than your supermarket ketchup – is about $9 for a jar – but you just need to roll this out for special occasions.

Check out the Sir Kensington’s website – it is quite fun presenting a whole back-story for Sir Kensington himself. Was he real? I should think so. You can purchase the products – the classic or spicy versions of the ketchup – online, read the fun “facts” about Sir Kensington’s Gourmet Scooping Ketchup and find a gourmet food purveyor near you that stocks the product.