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apparently people eat this in sheffield, england
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>>12036443
ketofags btfo
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>>12036447
fuck u
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>>12036443
the absolute state of that ketchup
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>>12036443
That looks delicious.
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>>12036819
That’s not ketchup, it’s sweet and sour sauce.
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A chip butty?
t. Texan
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that's the saddest looking thing ever
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The mutts don't get proper chips, no wonder they think it's shit.

>Hey Mary-Sue-Jane, why don't we'all try some of this here fruity Brit food for a change? How about one of these here 'chip butties'?
>Why Billy-Bob, that'd be just peachy.
>Assembles sugary bun, HFCS infused 'fries', and some red coloured HFCS/water combination.
>Mary-Sue-Jane, this is shit! Them Brits don't know nothin'. Now pass me muh shotgun, I can see a fly buzzing around here.
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>>12038475
kek
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>>12036443
>sheffield
>people
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>>12038475
>trying to defend British cuisine by deflecting with obsessed memes
Pathetic and fruitless.
British "chips" were mediocre at best, by the way. Easier to find better fries in the states.
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>>12036959
OY OY OY OY OY ! AYE MAYTE YA GOTTA PROBLEM WIT ME CHIPS N' BREAD I OUTTA BASH YA RUBBISH HOLE WITH ME NIGHTSTICK AND SERVE YOUR ARSE TO THE QUEEN ! OY OY OY OY OY !!!
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>>12038475
your obsession is embarrassing
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>>12038475
Mutts btfo!
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>>12036443
more like shitefield england heh
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>>12036443
people in the north east eat this
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>>12036443
This pretty much sums up bong cuisine.
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>>12038475
Obsessed and seething
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>>12038893
Why do Brits defend their monstrosity sandwiches?
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>>12038911
im brit and i hate chip butties, carbs inside of carbs doesnt work, chips have to be paired with meat or it's not a meal
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>>12038911
See
>>12038922
I never thought that all bongs live by it, but the ones who defend it to their death are just embarrassing.
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This is a Wigan Kebab; a meat & potato pie held in a bread roll for easy consumption
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>>12038938
Why do brits need to be pies into sandwiches?
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No meal upon God's earth is better than a genuine munchy box
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>>12038941
You use the uncooked bread to hold the cooked innards.
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>>12038951
What's the point of the pie crust then? Did you bongs figure out how to make pies on the go in the form of a pizza pocket thing?
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>>12038858

Stottie and Pease Pudding?

For me, it's a Pattie and Chips
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fuck now I'm desperate for some chippy chips but I live in London so the only chippy nearby shuts at 8pm because no one patronises it.
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>>12038942
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ut4T5I_cGjw
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Literally just made a crisp sandwich. Had to use posh crisps because I haven't got any ready salted in.
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>>12038984
You fucking degenerate. Crisp butties are to provide crunch to otherwise soft danfwich fillings like tuna mayo or cheese spread.

You don't just put crisps on bread. That's fucking billy bear and cheese slices-tier
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>>12038988

That is literally the most noncey thing I have ever read.

Cheese spread, are you in a fucking special needs home?
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>>12038991
There is nothing wrong with cheese spread. Stay mad though
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>>12038964
yes stottie and pease pudding. sometimes with ham. is a pattie just a potato cake? like a fish cake without the fish?
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>>12038964
speak english
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>>12036443
If they keep this up UK will pass Burgerland for obesity rates. processed Carbs with processed carbs in the middle covered with processed carb sauce?
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>>12039000
Deep fried potato, basically a big chip. It's what we in the north west call a scallop.
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>>12038996

There is a lot wrong with cheese spread mate. You live in the land of Double Gloucester and Wensleydale, yet choose willingly to eat American-style "cheese flavoured" mulch. Utter reprobate.
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>>12039000

Yeah, basically heavily herbed mashed potatoes, battered and deep-fried. Lush.
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>>12036443
I bet it cost ten bucks two
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>>12039023
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timbuktu

?
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I'm about to make a classic Englidh dish, crab melt delight appetizers.
I'll follow that up with England's finest toffee, Heath's.
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>>12039028
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>>12039028
>kraft
>old english spread

lived in england all my life never heard of english spread. unless ye talkin about the lasses, amirite leds
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>>12039123
>unless ye talkin about the lasses, amirite leds
Oh! OMG, you didn't just say...! ohoholololol!!!
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Wow. I learned a lot of the British language just by reading this thread. Appreciable.
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>>12039156
Don't count yourself fortunate. Just think of it as being informed.
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>>12039123
It's basically beer/tavern cheese. We just associate booze with Anglos, I suppose. My paternal line is scotch-irish, and they drank like fish.
These things are actually good, though. Not all 50s recipes were garbage.
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>>12039109
I'm gonna take a pic of the final product just for you. It's like crack. You can feign contempt, but once you try a piece, you're enthralled.
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>>12039028
>kraft old english spread
is that the yank version of primula?
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I had a British friend growing up and his mom used to make us this dish that was basically a roasted head of cauliflower covered in a cheese sauce. It was fucking delicious but I've never been able to reproduce it. I can't find out what kind of cheese sauce or spread that was used to make it taste the same. She also used to make a roasted potato dish with gravy that was fucking heavenly. Can any bongs help me with this?
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>>12038984
>wholemeal bread
>Walkers sweet chilli crisps

Not gonna make it bro.
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>>12038505
this
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>>12039479
cauliflower cheese is probs what you're looking for, no clue about the second one tho
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>>12038475
>trying this hard
lmao
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>>12039479
The brits just call that "cauliflower cheese"

The cheese sause is just plain 'ol Mornay. Make bechamel, melt cheese into it. Same shit the Americans use for mac and cheese.

>>gravy for roasted potato dish
You did't specify what kind of gravy. Most likely this would have just been normal meat gravy made from the drippings of a roast. It's possible it was an instant product like bisto.
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>>12039479
Youve probably never been able to reproduce it because we have real cheese in the UK not plastic



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