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:

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

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

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

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  4. Hi! Very interesting . Thanks for your information.

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

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  6. Are you sure you're not making that up?

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  7. Sorry for doubting you. Consulted dictionary.

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  8. Sorry for doubting you. Consulted dictionary.

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