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  1. Rayb182

    Rayb182 Funster Life Member

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    As the thread says "chips", I'm no longer the chipman, cooking chips the bl##dy chip fryer nearly caught fire and now kaput, until we get a new fryer, thats it "no chips" :cry::cry:
     
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    Glad to know that no serious injuries or damage, was suffered at all Ray. :thumb:

    Myself, and many of my former colleagues ditched our deep fat fryers years ago (safer than a chip pan though). I know there's nothing to beat properly fried chips, but the range of oven chips has vastly improved over the years, from the likes of McCains and Aunt Bessie's.
    So much safer, and cleaner too.

    Another major downside for me with regards the thermostatically controlled deep fat fryer.......................was that it was always me that had to clean the bl##dy thing. :Doh:

    Cheers for now,

    Jock.
     
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    I cant be doing with those new fangled deep fat fryer things. I use a good old chip pan with solid lard and cook outside on my Roastmaster. No smells and no spillages.
     
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    An "A" frame, an "A" frame is the legal way to go... :thumb::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:[/QUOTE]

    I wonder what the ole bill in Spain would say about that, expect me to make some of their "wishy washy" undercooked chips, :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Chip pan + beef dripping = proper chips.:thumb:

    For safety in MH.....go to the chippy.

    Sussed.
     
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    Oooooo ... Eric Estrada in his 'tight' uniform .... :Blush:::bigsmile:
     
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    I will have to put wheels on it or bung it on a trailer and tow it everywhere, and then Harry Ramsden would have real competition, but decent chips at every meet, :ROFLMAO::thumb:[/QUOTE]


    Harry Ramsden have gone to pot since the original shop was sold and
    the recipe farmed out to commerce.

    Murdered by Granada gone downhill ever since:cry: RIP[​IMG]

    And what would a bunch of southern ponces from Brighton
    know about Fish & Chips.
     
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    Nah, most of my cooking is done outside nowadays in this.
     

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    No wonder you retired early

    Who??:Sad:
     
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    Bad luck Ray ! :cry:

    But that big fryer
    You do not need a trailer mate.. get it delivered here and I will fit it with wheels and a draw bar.. Simply pull up somewhere and fire her up !!!
     
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    Lidl Again

    From Monday 20th

    Russell Hobbs Deep Fat Fryer 3.2 Ltr model 19770
    2 yr warranty
    temp control

    £24.99p

    if you must.
     
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    I wonder what the ole bill in Spain would say about that, expect me to make some of their "wishy washy" undercooked chips, :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:[/QUOTE]
    Or in Germany, and we know how those Germans like their "frits". :roflmto:
    (BTW, someone over on FACTS got pulled and fined in Germany, for "A" framing their Smart car. :whatthe:)

    Cheers,

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