Lets start with an oldy but a goody.
Where is the best fish and chips in NZ?
I like the old english vinegar and tarter - kinda mixed together - mmmm good with fish
I mix together miracle whip and dijon honey mustard as a sauce on battered fish. It is very tasty. But I do also like tartar sauce and malt vinegar.
Dare I say tomato sauce (ketchup in the U.S)..
( maybe its cuz I had teenage sons who ate anything) lol
mmmm...best way to eat battered fish is slapped between thick white buttered bread...oooooh yummy
Malt vinegar only please but, no soggy fries make'um crisp!
vin & crisps. oh and its your pub crawl, sneak.
good to see ya back.
Thanks Bro! I feel the love! Well I used to love a good pub crawl when I lived in St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
some fish, like halibut, need a creamy sort of dressing, so i will have salad with ranch dressing on the same plate. a little of the dressing gets on the fish and it tastes nice. but i can't stand tartar sauce because when i was a kid we had fish and tartar sauce at lunch and i had a mouthful of it and this boy told me the pickle chips in it were boogers, so now i can't even look at it. and i don't like mayonnaise so that doesn't leave much in the creamy category.
by CASE1WORKER 10 months ago
Sitting down for dinner tonight my son asked if the US had fish and chips shops like we have. I didnt know the answer, nor did I know the answer to the next question, do they wrap in paper and shake salt and vinegar on them?So fellow hubbers, perhaps someone from the states or someone who is more...
by Deb Hirt 7 years ago
Do you prefer mayonnaise, ketchup, or mustard?
by triosol 9 years ago
Hey baby, what tops your salad?
by Julianna 8 years ago
Mayonnaise or Dressing?If you had to choose between Mayonnaise or Dressing which would it be and why? What is your favorite brand?
by lee custodio 8 years ago
If you have to choose just one, what condiment would it be?
by lottess 9 years ago
what kind of vinegar do one use for real fish�n chips
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