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Sir Kensington’s Condiments Bring Healthy Alternatives To Summer Cookouts

The weather is getting hotter, the nights longer, and the fireflies and cookouts have come back; it’s almost summer! Of course, with those summer cookouts comes the tempting smells and tastes of everything cooking on the grill and all the sides that come with those burgers and hot dogs, but what’s the harm right? Eating healthy has become so important lately that there are sure to be a plethora of turkey and veggie burgers, light cocktails, fruit salads and veggies trays, but what about all of the ketchup, mayo and dressings that can sneak up on all of those delicious foods? In reality, those dollops and dips contain a ton of sugars and fats that can throw you off of your healthy eating game. Luckily for us, a new breed of condiments have come along that can keep us looking our bikini season best.

(Photo Credit--www.westchester-rivertowns-macaronikid.com)

(Photo Credit: www.westchester-rivertowns-macaronikid.com)

Sir Kensington’s, a gourmet line of ketchup and mayonnaise is showing the world how these favorite condiments can be healthy without breaking open our piggy banks. The brand began four years ago when Mark Ramadan and Scott Norton decided to take a product that has been mass produced and over-processed and make it from scratch using healthy, natural ingredients like vine-ripened pear tomatoes, cage free eggs, real onions, lime juice and agave nectar.

Scott Norton and Mark Ramadan (Photo Credit--www.ediblemanhattan.com)

Scott Norton and Mark Ramadan (Photo Credit: www.ediblemanhattan.com)

Since its inception, the healthy condiment has slowly been taking over the ketchup scene and has been featured in Food and Wine, The New Yorker, and on “The Today Show” and many more. The gourmet ketchup is even popping up in some of the most upscale restaurants and hotels to better cater to more refined taste buds, but don’t worry, this is one fancy ketchup that transcends the chic restaurants. The Sir Kensington ‘s Products are sold in stores like Whole Foods, Williams-Sonoma and Sur Le Table for as little as $7.00 and you can often buy four-packs of ketchup or mayonnaise for $21.00. So go to the barbeques and cookouts with confidence. With Sir Kensington’s ketchup and mayonnaise gracing all of the burgers, potato salads and hot dogs, you can still enjoy all of your summer favorites with ruining your healthy eating plan.

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