Saturday, November 10, 2018

Fact of the Day: Chinese Ketchup

The English word ketchup comes from the Chinese (a Cantonese dialect) words ke chap which mean "tomato juice". 

13 comments:

roughterrain crane said...

I luckily stopped by your blog. This is a new knowledge for me. Thanks. Happy Sunday to you.

Pat Hatt said...

Works in the end

Christine said...

Interesting!

Emmylou said...

I didn't know that! Who would've thunk?:D

Henny Penny said...

Well now that's interesting!

RO said...

That's pretty interesting considering I hate tomato juice(lol) Hugs...and Happy Saturday! RO

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Very interesting . Thanks for your information.

happyone said...

Didn't know that. Interesting!

Susan Kane said...

My grandmother made her own ketchup. My husband believes that everything, simply everything, tastes better with ketchup.

Martha said...

Makes sense!

Cynthia said...

Are you sure you're not making that up?

Cynthia said...

Sorry for doubting you. Consulted dictionary.

Cynthia said...

Sorry for doubting you. Consulted dictionary.