The sauce immediately became popular with customers asking what the infusion of flavours was on their salad, and it very quickly became apparent that a name was needed. Again Alexandra looked back to her childhood and remembered that the name for her mummy at home was “Tigg”. In those days there was a TV programme called “Pogles Wood” which Alex and her siblings, Joanna and John, delighted in watching all together. In it was a “cuddly, soft and squashy” rabbit called Tog. Tog became Tigg as the name was bestowed onto their mother.
After more nearly 15 years of being sold in Alexandra’s café, the dressing remains unchanged but it is in no way limited to salads. It is the perfect accessory to any meat, fish and vegetarian dish, as a sandwich sauce or indeed just about anything as Jacob & Sam now testify! “Tigg’s Naturally Colouful Dressings” have until now been hidden in an idyllic part of Herefordshire, but the time has come for the Webb, Henn and most recently the James family, to share their secret.
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