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Want a chippy tea?

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    Want a chippy tea?



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    Chippy tea doesn't make sense to me. dhUOuPYZcZvGXGxpJZZV.gif

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    It makes sense to me and I’d love one ! Have a chip RadishRose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wren View Post
    It makes sense to me and I’d love one ! Have a chip RadishRose

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    Thanks Wren, I shall... mmmmm...thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadishRose View Post
    Chippy tea doesn't make sense to me. dhUOuPYZcZvGXGxpJZZV.gif
    https://stepoutbuffalo.com/coming-so...ritish-chippy/

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    Ok, I get it. I know what chips are over there, but didn't know a fish and chip shop was called a "chippy". I was wondering what happened to the fish!

    I guess what we have as fish and chips in our restaurants are frozen, so not as good. Wish we would get a chippy here, like the one in NY!

    Secret, 100 year old batter? Fascinating- does it have beer in it?

    Thanks!

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    Could do.I love beer battered fish

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    Avoid everything the Brits eat and drink. I was there, I know.

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    When I was in England, I loved buying fish & chips wrapped in newspapers, from street venders.
    Walked along the street while eating.
    John

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    Would love a traditional British chippy tea! The closest I came was when I lived in Australia .. they served butterfish and whiting, which we don't get here.
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