PRIZE DRAWING: Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2022 Edition Part III)

It’s ANOTHER Mystery Box Giveaway, but this time it doesn’t contain accumulated swag. Instead, it has, um, food? Maybe “food” is being too generous? Anyhoo, if you happen to be the, um, lucky(?) winner of this box, you’ll see what I mean.


To enter this prize drawing for this Mystery Box, leave a comment with THIS post, and that comment MUST include the word “Worcestershire.”

Remember to fill out the email field because we’ll be emailing the randomly selected winner for their mailing addresses.

We will stop accepting entries on Sunday, December 18, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment is allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents.


If you post a comment and it doesn’t show up, it ended up in our comment spam or trash folder for some strange reason. There’s no need to attempt to post another comment because I’ll be pulling those out of the comment spam vortex regularly.

Do not leave your comment using the blue REPLY button at the bottom of other comments. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and leave your comment in the section above the blue POST COMMENT button.

Good luck!


The Impulsive Buy won’t use your email address to send you emails regarding anything about $5,000 deposit waiting for you or use your mailing address to send you a fall leaf that wished to fly far on an airplane instead of flying to the yard next door with the wind. Bribes will not be accepted. The Impulsive Buy will not be responsible for lost mail, damaged mail, or the contents of this mystery box not being consumed.

300 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2022 Edition Part III)”

  1. A great way to celebrate the holiday season is by making homemade Chex Mix, which often incorporates worcestershire sauce!

  2. Aloha! love your page; and can’t wait to see what kine grindz are in the box. Maybe some Worcestershire for a steak? Mahalo!

  3. While I appreciate Worcestershire as much as the next person, I object when someone adds it before tasting something I’ve cooked.

  4. I’m an American who knows how to pronounce Worcestershire. Gotta be worth something?
    (seriously, I had no idea this was such an issue before the internet. lol)

  5. Some page posted a meme earlier about Worcestershire sauce never expiring. Is this that Baader–Meinhof phenomenon?

  6. I still have no idea how to pronounce Worcestershire, it comes out differently every time I say it, haha! Use it on steak, chicken and you will have everybody screaming. Wocester, worcestire, woorecesteri and Worcestershire!!!!!!

  7. Worcestershire makes many things even better! Although it can make some things worse. Worcestershire and beef, yep. Worcestershire, mmm, sure, I’ll try. Worcestershire and sushi, maybe. Worcestershire and chocolate milk, probably not. But I guess you never know til you try it. Anyway, Worcestershire.

  8. The easiest way to remember how to pronounce Worcestershire, is that it sounds like saying “worst assure” together.

  9. Keep the giveaways coming! My nephew ironically adores Worcestershire, and has since he was an infant. Super weird 🙂

  10. Crossing my fingers for this one! I add Worcestershire sauce to stir fries and any beef dish really. Thanks!

  11. One time I googled great homemade chex mix recipes and one told me to use a THIRD OF A CUP of worcestershire sauce and I thought now come on this can’t be right. and you know what? it wasn’t. I wasn’t even brave enough to put it in the oven, it went right in the trash.

  12. if you skip me again it will be even worcestershire than first two times. Like smelling anchovies and tasting tamarind.

  13. I can never figure out how to pronounce Worcestershire, but I always make the impulsive buy when I see it at the store.

  14. Will I be able to apply Worcestershire to any of the mystery foods when I receive my prize? Huuzzah!

  15. I heard that if you can correctly pronounce Worcestershire while cooking in England, The University of Cambridge will award you with an honorary degree in food science and christen you as a professional chef.

  16. How do we know “Worcestershire” is spelled correctly? Is the box nothing but “Worcestershire” flavored goods? One way to find out…

  17. A truck loaded with Worcestershire sauce is driving through Saskatoon, Saskatchewan when it collides with a Nissan Qashqai.
    The truck then careens down the road and hits a car from Massachusetts, injuring the two otorhinolaryngologists inside.
    A bystander quickly calls to report the accident on his Huawei.
    The emergency operator asks the bystander, “What happened?”

    “It’s hard to say.”

  18. It would be fun if this box contained all sorts of fancy Worcestershire sauces. Dijon Worcestershire!

  19. I would love to get a final verdict on the pronunciation of the word Worcestershire. I have heard so many versions.

  20. Worcestershire sauce traditionally contains anchovies or fish sauce, which makes it a no-go for vegans.
    The flavor of Worcestershire sauce mainly consists of acidic and salty notes. To achieve this, I use apple cider vinegar. You can also use white distilled vinegar, but I prefer ACV. For saltiness, soy sauce saves the day.
    There are also a number of vegan options in the grocery store nowadays like Annie’s.

  21. Honestly, guys…it’s not that hard to spell or properly pronounce Worcestershire. The same can be said about caramel.

  22. One year for reasons I can’t remember I purchased French’s Worcestershire sauce for the annual boatload of holiday Chex Mix instead of tried and true Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce. It was immediately noticeable. Stick with the good stuff.

  23. Worcestershire is a word I cannot pronounce and a sauce I do not like the taste of.

  24. I once had to inform a vegetarian friend of mine that Worcestershire sauce usually used anchovies, and she got super upset with me :/

  25. Being from New England and having to say Worcester, you think I would be able to say Worcestershire correctly. I cannot.

  26. In Brazil Worcestershire is called ‘English sauce’. You think Americans have a hard time pronouncing it, Portuguese speakers get lost three letters in.

  27. I’m the only one in my family that actually uses Worcestershire sauce in recipes. A bottle of Worcestershire will last a long time in my house.

  28. Anytime people eat something and can’t figure out what is included in the recipe that makes it so delicious, it’s almost always the addition of anchovies, Worcestershire sauce, or nutmeg.

  29. Worcestershire is my ‘secret’ ingredient! (But now it’s out!). Anytime you need some umami…just shake in some splashes!

  30. Fun Fact: You’re probably pronouncing “Worcestershire” incorrectly.

    Funner Fact: Don’t care.

  31. Worcestershire is difficult to say and spell but it is so worth it because it’s so yummy.

  32. Worcestershire is hard to say LOL hopefully I win this definitely intrigued love this page

  33. My wife will only buy the Lea and Perrins brand Worcestershire sauce and whenever I bring home the wrong kind hoo boy!

  34. Homemade Chex mix with EXTRA Worcestershire sauce is my absolute favorite Christmas treat!! Mmmmmmm Worcestershire

  35. Nice!

    I wonder if the way I pronounce Worcestershire is the correct pronunciation. It is funny seeing people miss it completely. lol

  36. it would Worcestershire be cool Worcestershire to win Worcestershire a box of unidentified food product <]:)

  37. I once drank an ounce of Worcestershire sauce to impress a girl…needless to say it did not work, but I’ll be damned if it wasnt worth it for that savory nectar of the gods!

  38. I bought a huge bottle of worcestershire to make meatloaf and I don’t know what to do with the rest 🙁

  39. I love watching people pronounce (or attempt to) “Worcestershire” on TV cooking segments or shows!

  40. How do you even say Worcestershire to begin with? There are too many letters for my brain to handle.

  41. Signing up for a drawing for a mystery box containing “maybe food” might not be my best idea… but it’s also not my WORceSTershire

  42. And now I want a steak and potatoes with Worcestershire sauce. At least I can give myself that, unlike the prize box.

  43. Worcestershire.

    Food in quotations is pretty nice. I’m into self-torture. It’s part of being a foodie and trying new food items.

  44. I thought my Worcestershire was balsamic vinaigrette and dumped it all over my salad. Definitely not the same flavor profile.
    I’ve since come to terms with my worcestershire trauma and now use it for chicken and dumpling soup 🙂

  45. Whenever I hear/see this word, it makes me think of the “King of Queens” episode where Doug and Carrie are debating how “Worcestershire” is pronounced.

  46. Worcestershire… I feel like I’ve purchased a few bottles, but I can’t remember how many times I’ve actually used it for anything.

  47. Worcestershire makes me feel like royalty when I say it….especially with my chin slightly lifted and my eyes squinting.

  48. One of my favorite family recipes made for holiday get togethers is cream cheese shrimp dip with lemon juice and Worcestershire sauce, served with potato chips.

  49. Worcester, England is known for its awesome invention of: Worcestershire sauce! (the Shire part in England means the same as County in the US)

  50. Can’t spell, can barely pronounce.
    Guzzle that sweet sauce by the ounce.
    The kids it’s fire, I say it’s Worcestershire

  51. New England is all about things that are cold white and unnecessarily hard to spell – worcestershire? really?

  52. I wonder how you choose a winner out of these rando giveaways. I also wonder what kind of weird fan sh!t people mail to you to show their appreciation of this site.


  53. Thanks for the chance! Really hoping that the box doesn’t include a bottle of Worcestershire. But hey I’ll try anything!

  54. Thank you The Impulsive Buy for always showing the Best and Worcestershire of food products. I’ve been reading for years!

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