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    When I was younger, I always used to have either a savaloy and chips, or a battered jumbo sausage and chips. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate having fish when I go to the chippy - so, nowadays, I normally have battered cod or plaice, a large portion of chips and, if they do it, buttered bread to go with it. And always, always, plenty of salt and vinegar on top of it all!

    I wish they sold turbot at fish and chip shops. I've never tried it, but apparently it's got a great flavour and tastes great when it's fried in batter. It's just so expensive, though!
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    I eat real food....

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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    I eat real food....

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    Oh, sorry. I totally forgot that fish and chip shops sell plastic toy food that children play with.
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    When I was younger, I always used to have either a savaloy and chips, or a battered jumbo sausage and chips. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate having fish when I go to the chippy - so, nowadays, I normally have battered cod or plaice, a large portion of chips and, if they do it, buttered bread to go with it. And always, always, plenty of salt and vinegar on top of it all!

    I wish they sold turbot at fish and chip shops. I've never tried it, but apparently it's got a great flavour and tastes great when it's fried in batter. It's just so expensive, though!
    Curry or gravy chip. Would love a hotdog but a lot of the time they aren't in the real hotdog nap just a burger bap. Its not the same. :mad:
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    Chip butty OR if its for a proper meal (e.g. dinenr or tea) fish bites, chips and gravy... Mmmm


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    Lol, like chips and fish/sausage are some of the most eaten foods round the world. I think you mean healthier foods? If we can consume it and get something (any nutrients at all) from it its real food.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
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    So do I.

    (Original post by lustawny)
    When I was younger, I always used to have either a savaloy and chips, or a battered jumbo sausage and chips. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate having fish when I go to the chippy - so, nowadays, I normally have battered cod or plaice, a large portion of chips and, if they do it, buttered bread to go with it. And always, always, plenty of salt and vinegar on top of it all!

    I wish they sold turbot at fish and chip shops. I've never tried it, but apparently it's got a great flavour and tastes great when it's fried in batter. It's just so expensive, though!
    I alternate between battered sausage and cod.

    Plenty of tartare for the latter. Isn't turbot just a bigger plaice?
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    Chips and cheese and a fritter roll usually.

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    fish, chips and gravy, or pudding, chips and gravy
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    Fish/Sausage/Pizza crunch supper

    if it's a for a late night snack then chips with donner meat/cheese/curry sauce
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    (Original post by BitWindy)
    Isn't turbot just a bigger plaice?
    It's different from plaice. They're both a type of flatfish, but turbot is much more expensive
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    Oh, sorry. I totally forgot that fish and chip shops sell plastic toy food that children play with.



    Anyway I order chips lol
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    Either haddock or cod and chips, mushy peas, and scraps!
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    Jumbo sausage and chips
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    Cod and small chips.

    Our chip shops have really generous chip portions.
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    Chicken Nuggets, Chips, and Curry Sauce. Although the best chips and curry sauce I have had is a little chippy outside the Emirates Stadium.
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    Just chips.

    From a chicken shop, usually a chicken burger with mayo.

    I hate mayo otherwise.
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    Haddock or cod and chips and I second the buttered bread. Also sometime gherkin.
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    Depends on the quality of the fish there. If it's decent I'll have cod. If not, a battered sausage. Vinegar only on the chips - don't like salt.
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    How has nobody mentioned a Pukka pie yet?
    It's got to be a steak pie and chips with a pot of curry sauce on the side and a pickled onion.
    *Just thinking about this is making me want to come back to the UK. Lol
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    When I was younger, I always used to have either a savaloy and chips, or a battered jumbo sausage and chips. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate having fish when I go to the chippy - so, nowadays, I normally have battered cod or plaice, a large portion of chips and, if they do it, buttered bread to go with it. And always, always, plenty of salt and vinegar on top of it all!

    I wish they sold turbot at fish and chip shops. I've never tried it, but apparently it's got a great flavour and tastes great when it's fried in batter. It's just so expensive, though!
    Why do they batter the chips?? they are horrible. Love the plain chips.

    I usually have Chips, kebab meat with salad and all the sauces, chilli, ketchup, mayonnaise, lemon juice and mint sauce.

    If I fancy fish and chips then lots of vinegar on it and a tub of curry sauce
 
 
 
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