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Just back from the pub.....fish fingers on a piece......braw. ...any takers ?..or do I deserve to be thrown out of Perth ?

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Janny's got class ...... I would imagine, a wee touch o' tartare sauce, a gentle squeeze o' lemon juice, and jist a hint o' parsley :)

There is of coorse always a place fir the red and broon sas. But I believe it is more "comfortable" partnered wi' the crispy bacon roll.

Wonder why there has never been a threed, about the red or broon sas on the bacon !! :D

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@@Gedee Spot on. Fish finger pieces are tartare sauce territory.

Aye Gnasher Class is something that's inherited, or you are just born with .....

But failing that, a wee touch o' tartare sas on a lidl/aldi, fishfinger, is a start :)

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Just back from the pub.....fish fingers on a piece......braw. ...any takers ?..or do I deserve to be thrown out of Perth ?

I think any scran combo is fair game when you're in the wonderful world of drunk. A tin of tuna, a packet of cheap noodles covered in soya sauce with chopped ingin and tabasco has hit the spot for me in the past. 

Aye Gnasher Class is something that's inherited, or you are just born with .....

But failing that, a wee touch o' tartare sas on a lidl/aldi, fishfinger, is a start :)

Changed days when you can use the words 'class' and lidl/aldi in the same sentence.  :lol2:

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Janny's got class ...... I would imagine, a wee touch o' tartare sauce, a gentle squeeze o' lemon juice, and jist a hint o' parsley :)

There is of coorse always a place fir the red and broon sas. But I believe it is more "comfortable" partnered wi' the crispy bacon roll.

Wonder why there has never been a threed, about the red or broon sas on the bacon !! :D

Gedee,I was somehow capable of cooking the fish fingers but that's as far as it goes....raking about in the cupboards for lemon juice was never going tae happen ...I was too far gone for that task,plus it was all down the throat without it touching the sides in seconds.......that's what drink does for you....managed a few coming back from Kilmarnock so starting to feel a wee bit better.

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I think any scran combo is fair game when you're in the wonderful world of drunk. A tin of tuna, a packet of cheap noodles covered in soya sauce with chopped ingin and tabasco has hit the spot for me in the past.

Changed days when you can use the words 'class' and lidl/aldi in the same sentence. :lol2:

You can manage to open tins of tuna in the world of drunk ?....that recipe is waaayyyy too hard for me at that time of the morning.

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You can manage to open tins of tuna in the world of drunk ?....that recipe is waaayyyy too hard for me at that time of the morning.

I'm a man of many talents Janny, B)  unfortunately none of them will make me a fortune.  :(

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This is minging, but mine is 'the chicken nugget kebab.' I've been eating it for years.

You buy chips and chicken nuggets, separate garlic mayo and chilli sauces and a pitta bread. Shove it all in and enjoy. Holy moly it's good.

Warning: Soaks up booze but is prone to cause heartburn.

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This is minging, but mine is 'the chicken nugget kebab.' I've been eating it for years.

You buy chips and chicken nuggets, separate garlic mayo and chilli sauces and a pitta bread. Shove it all in and enjoy. Holy moly it's good.

Warning: Soaks up booze but is prone to cause heartburn.

I raise you the chicken pakora kebab!

Same general idea, but with frozen pakora's you get from the indian grocers. Tres the damage!

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I raise you the chicken pakora kebab!

Same general idea, but with frozen pakora's you get from the indian grocers. Tres the damage!

I am forever in the Chinese supermarket but never in an Indian grocers. I need to start going! Where is the best one!?

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I am forever in the Chinese supermarket but never in an Indian grocers. I need to start going! Where is the best one!?

In Dundee i'd recommend the one at the bottom of Session Street.

Great wee shop for bizarre Indian/Arabic ingredients. Also has a butcher with fantastic quality of meat.

Not as modern and sparkly as the Chinese supermarket mind.

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I once came in from a night out, and attempted to microwave (in 2mins) a pizza that should've went in the oven for 20mins!!

In my drunken mind it was one of they Chicago Town numbers that you bang in the microwave, how wrong I was, this didn't stop me from scoffing the lot mind you.

I only managed to piece together what had happened in the morning, when I seen a plate full of tomato sauce and a fork and knife and I never take sauce or a fork and knife with a pizza (who does?) It must've been a tad dry and a wee bit tough.

My wife then revealed she had heard the whole thing from upstairs in her bed, knew exactly what was happening and just let me get on with it!!

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