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luka

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have you heard of a place called Brigg in Lincolnshire? im checking out a pizza menu from there and they offer something called chip spice. any ideas?
 

luka

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Tub of Chip Spice



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Bad Boy Box

Introducing the Bad Boy! Choose any 10" pizza from the menu. Includes doner meat, cheesey chips, five nuggets, five onion rings, salad, chilli and garlic sauce.

15.50




Pizza Rosa

New! Stuffed crust, tomato base & mozzarella cheese, served with some chips in the hole. Then choose any three toppings for free!
 

luka

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BRIGG, WRAWBY, ELSHAM, WORLABY, BONBY, CADNEY, HOWSHAM, NORTH KELSEY, SOMERBY, GRASBY, HIBALDSTOW, BARNEBY, BROUGHTON & SCAWBY.
 

luka

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'served with chips in the hole' is an option I've never seen before but it makes a lot of intuitive sense.
 

catalog

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In Manchester they have these things called chip naans. You guessed it. Never seen them anywhere else. The only other places that might do them are Glasgow and liverpool
 

luka

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we dont seem to have the same cross cultural collisions and creative mash ups in London. very conservative city when it comes to the takeaway scene.
 

catalog

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It's true. Terrible fish and chips in London as well. Shockingly bad. The only decent takeaway I had in London was proper donner in green lanes and Chinese in nw
 

luka

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our chip shops are the best in the world but you wouldnt know where to go becasue youre an outsider
 

luka

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there's something really northern about these place names. that boney, tussocky, windy, barren poetry of the north. thin hard rocky soils.

BRIGG, WRAWBY, ELSHAM, WORLABY, BONBY, CADNEY, HOWSHAM, NORTH KELSEY, SOMERBY, GRASBY, HIBALDSTOW, BARNEBY, BROUGHTON & SCAWBY.
 

Mr. Tea

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BRIGG, WRAWBY, ELSHAM, WORLABY, BONBY, CADNEY, HOWSHAM, NORTH KELSEY, SOMERBY, GRASBY, HIBALDSTOW, BARNEBY, BROUGHTON & SCAWBY.
Is this the B-side to 'Grim Up North' by the KLF?
 

WashYourHands

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there's something really northern about these place names. that boney, tussocky, windy, barren poetry of the north. thin hard rocky soils.

BRIGG, WRAWBY, ELSHAM, WORLABY, BONBY, CADNEY, HOWSHAM, NORTH KELSEY, SOMERBY, GRASBY, HIBALDSTOW, BARNEBY, BROUGHTON & SCAWBY.

Lot of by’s means a ton of Norse
 

luka

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Chip spice​

Invented in the 1970s in the English city of Hull and claimed to have been inspired by American seasonings,[11] "chip spice" was introduced into the United Kingdom in the 1970s in Kingston upon Hull by the Spice Blender company; the recipe was based on American spiced salts containing paprika.[12]
 
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