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  • Oh yes....lashings of gravy on my chips !

    29 60.42%
  • Yuk....gross sloppy mess - makes the chips soggy!

    19 39.58%
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Thread: Gravy & Chips ?

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    Gravy & Chips ?

    Yes or No
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    Yes indeed

    Although curry sauce is better
    Just a Prospect at the moment

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    Sometimes..............
    And occasionally with grated cheese on as well

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    And mushy peas

    Yum .... and just for balance ... dirty big sausage

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    Lots of gravy please and garnish with baked beans and beetroot.

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    Uncivilised Northern monkeys

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    I like both gravy and curry on my chips ( not together obviously), but only if bought from the chippy.

    Homemade chips are kept pure.......
    Why so serious ?

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    Worrabout ...

    Peas?

    I eat my peas with honey,
    I've done it all my life.
    It makes the peas taste funny,
    but it keeps them on the knife.


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    Glad I'm not coming if you're serving up that shite!

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    Quote Originally Posted by g00ner View Post
    Uncivilised Northern monkeys
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    Glad I'm not coming if you're serving up that shite!

    Definitely a north / south thing. Some people simply have no class ....

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    Definitely gravy on chips. Curry as an alternative. In either case salt and vinegar are mandatory.

    Always get a breadcake with my fish and chips and either make a chip butty or fish butty - both have gravy in them!
    If it ain't broken, fix it 'til it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Definitely a north / south thing. Some people simply have no class ....
    They truly don't!

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    It's chips then gravy

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    A thread on chips and no sign of Mr Bear has he been kidnapped

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    No.No.No. . No.
    if it's chips, then a Good Mayo is de rigueur.
    Yes.





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    Quote Originally Posted by daesimps View Post
    Definitely gravy on chips. Curry as an alternative. In either case salt and vinegar are mandatory.

    Always get a breadcake with my fish and chips and either make a chip butty or fish butty - both have gravy in them!
    Nay lad, tha allus as thi chips in a teacake, wi bits on!!!!

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