If you have no gravy, ketchup and water is a good substitute.
When finished, put in some mushrooms or ketchup, and serve up.
Or leave out the anchovies and gravy, and do it as above, either with or without salt and ketchup, as may be most approved.
Prepare an additional half pint of good gravy, put into it two spoonfuls of ketchup, and rub down a tea-spoonful of flour with it.
Make the gravy of a scrag of mutton, a tea-spoonful of lemon pickle, a large spoonful of ketchup, and the same of browning.
Then add half a pint of good broth, or water with a large spoonful of ketchup, and boil the onions till they are quite tender.
When the onion becomes tender, chop it small, with two anchovies, and boil it for a few minutes with a spoonful of ketchup.
Then add as much boiling water as will reduce it to the consistence of cream, and a table-spoonful of ketchup or walnut pickle.
Take a ketchup bottle with a screw cap and a cork that fits tightly.
The Ketchup woman grabs up her kid an' fair threw the orange at me.