A piquant sauce served as a relish with game and cold meats. It is typically made from red currant jelly flavored with orange, mustard, and port.
- ‘Salads featuring homemade chicken liver pate and Cumberland sauce, freshly cooked salmon, baked ham and roast stuffed turkey, come with extras such as chutneys from a local company.’
- ‘I had the home made chicken liver pate with Cumberland sauce.’
- ‘A cheesy theme was again evident in her main course - goat's cheese wrapped in bacon and breadcrumbs, deep fried and served with salad leaves and a Cumberland sauce, again from the basic menu.’
- ‘It's not a chain, and just because someone is a food critic, it doesn't mean they want to eat liver terrine with Cumberland sauce every night.’
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