Contentious and has potential for violent outbursts. I’ll just leave this here and say I am 50:50, either curry sauce or gravy.
Edited to say, NI is all over the place, one wonders if there is a sectarian divide on chips aswell?
S&V (rifle Ive heard it called) and plenty of it…
99% of the time, curry for me.
Salt and vinegar. Old man used to put HP on his. Odd lot them Boro folk…..
Curry sauce. Although I picked up putting mayo on chips from hanging around in Amsterdam sometime in the late 80s.
Salt and vinegar
Salt and Vinegar then some more vinegar, and occasionally add mushy peas.
Salt and vinegar all the way. The vinegar helps counteract the fat, which you don’t get from mayonnaise.
Salt and vinegar, always vinegar first as otherwise is washes the salt off. Mushy peas
Salt and vinegar or curry sauce, sometimes tomato sauce but on the side not all over.
salt and vinegar and gravy.
but sometimes just curry sauce.
ketchup on chips just doesn’t seem right.
Ive heard talk of something called a pie rag from wigan, like a mince and onion samosa drenched in gravy. Sounds lush.
Reggie_Perrin Rag Pudding! Theyre ace.
Basically a suet (lard based pie casing) pie with thick mince beef in it. Rather than roast it, its wrapped in a rag and steamed. Loads of them in Oldham, Rochdale.
Placid i need that in my life, sounds wonderful.
Placid ordered 8 from here: https://ragpuddings.co.uk
Placid They were common in Glossop when I lived there, but just known as puddings rather than Rag puddings. I thinbk Hollands may have made them?
Funny but I’d not thought of them for years before your post.
Placid Sounds disgusting
Rudi I saw my elder daughter for the first time in over 18 months this weekend. She went to Hull Uni, but now lives in Reading. She was genuinely delighted when I gave her a tub of chip spice.
Orange chips, s&V and ketchup.