Discussion in 'Show Your Collection' started by DeJesus, Aug 14, 2009.
Only if I skipped lunch! . . . Peas AND Curry Sauce is on par with Egg AND Pineapple on your Gammon!
Reminds me of that Peter Kay bit about southern chip shops .... Gravy? THEY DON'T DO GRAVY!! ... Mushy peas? THEY DON'T DO MUSHY PEAS!!
Personally i prefer only Salt, Vinegar and Red / Brown Sauce (Or both) and maybe, if you're feeling adventurous ... Mayonnaise.
Anyone who slops Curry Sauce, Gravy or Mushy peas on their chips is a filthy animal
Agree!! Being on the Scottish east coast it’s all about having only salt and sauce (and by sauce I mean chippy sauce - which is brown sauce mixed with vinegar and water and is so much more than the sum of its parts!!)
Gotta make that sauce go as far as possible, money doesn't grow on trees.
My daughter is on an elimination diet for allergies and is restricted from soy products. Just got this teriyaki sauce in to try. She's a picky eater, but hoping it's a winner!
I like a lot of what Peter Kay does but he got that part wrong! I have never been into a fish and chip shop down South that hasn’t had mushy peas!
As for chips, I’m throwing in a vote for just plain salt and vinegar! There is nothing like a batch of freshly served chips, crisp out of the fryer, lashed in malt vinegar and salt… even better still, put them in a fresh buttered crusty roll! Chip butty - woohoo!
To be fair to Mr. Kay, he's probably talking about 30 years ago or so. I certainly don't remember peas or gravy in west country chippies back in the day. They did have Styrofoam pots of Curry sauce with powdery lumps, but that was about it.
Now you're talking! Lovely stuff.
At our old chippy it was all about the free crispy bits and a pickled egg.
Chips wise these days i love with gravy or curry sauce , but nowt beats plain old salt and vinegar
Mushy peas with a dash of vinegar mmmm.
Using 'lashed' in a non S&M context . . . Are you trapped in an Enid Blyton paperback?
You cad! I challenge you to a duel, sir!
Comic Strip presents ... 'Five go Mad in Dorset', a classic parody with the line, "Lashings of Ginger Beer". Its stuck in my head forever.
USE OF THE WORD 'LASHINGS' IN THE ENID BLYTON FAMOUS FIVE BOOKS
1.FIVE HAVE A WONDERFUL TIME
A PLEASANT MORNING
"Are they poisonous snakes that he has, I wonder?" said Dick. "I don't somehow fancy having a caravan next to ours with lashings of poisonous snakes crawling round."
2.FIVE GO DOWN TO THE SEA
‘Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, radishes, mustard and cress, carrot grated up - that is carrot, isn’t it, Mrs Penruthlan?’said Dick. ‘And lashings of hard-boiled eggs.’
3. FIVE HAVE A MYSTERY TO SOLVE
A VISITOR TO TEA
They were all hungry for their dinner, and not one single morsel was left when they had finished! Cookie had made a tremendous steamed pudding, with lashings of treacle, which was, as usual, a huge success.
Absofucking disgusting. I want to punch someone this shit is so gross.
Reading this reminded me of the nearly a decade old bastion of parenting...
From the US to Japan to the US to me(also in the US)!
Happy mail day; MVH Dokuro Sludge Demon.
Amazing! Love these colors
Thank you very much, I consider that in person it looks much better since I feel that the photo does not do justice to the figure.
Got the new Sour Lemon Sentinel today. GID to 11 as even the header glows.
Looking great Bob - mine has arrived too but I am neck deep in sawdust and builders tea mugs, so any photo will have to wait!
snap,mine arrived yesterday somehow (wormhole?) awesome package with serious all night glow power.
Really happy to be able to directly buy from Tengart, the owner Ren is a very friendly dude. The thank you card really cheered me up.
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