Sunday, 8 February 2015

Fish and chips

Calling all 'chip lovers' across the nation from 16th to 22nd of February 2015 is "chip week"

 We're a nation of Fish and Chip lovers: over 250 million portions of the famously British dish are sold every year in the UK, it even featured in the Writing of Charles Dickens, and amazingly, was exempt from UK food rationing during both WW1 and WW2.

Of course, hand in hand with our love of Fish and Chips, there's the age old debate about what the perfect accompaniment to your battered Fish and Chip supper is, and few disagree that salt and vinegar are the ultimate partner, bringing the meal to tangy perfection

I must admit I rarely eat fish and chips the last time I had fish and chips in paper and eaten with fingers was last weekend in Devon. Absolutely lovely. Freshly battered fish and freshly made chips--nothing frozen

Prior that at Milton Keynes hospital where I was doing some work last October where I had a lovely fish and chip lunch but the fish was baked and the chips chunky ones.

I am not an advocate of fried food every day but it can make a lovely simple treat.


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