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Patum peperium

An English anchovy paste, invented in the 19th century, and often called "Gentleman"s Relish". It was devised by John Osborn, a 19th century English provisions merchant, who worked in Paris. The gentleman"s relish was a sub-title devised by his son - which caught the public"s imagination.

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