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  • chvck
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    Does HP Fruity come under brown sauce?

    M6TTF
    Member

    Bacon Sandwich – Red sauce only

    FAIL

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    agree – bacon sarnie = brown sauce.

    I’m out.

    Premier Icon Gee-Jay
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    no no no, bacon butties need mayo & brown sauce

    am liking heinz chillie ketchup on stuff generally

    DrRSwank
    Member

    HP Fruity is an offspring of Brown.

    BACON SANDWICH = RED SAUCE ONLY!!!!!

    chvck
    Member

    Also, red sauce is generally just wrong anyway.

    sssimon
    Member

    Things that must NEVER be done
    Mixing red and brown sauce – it’s just wrong and shows you are incapable of decision

    In fact mixing sauces of any kind is not to be recommended.

    wrong again, how can you control the mixing of sauce on a hotday, got to have red and mustard

    DrRSwank
    Member

    MAYO! On a bacon sandwich!

    That is grim!

    Premier Icon whippersnapper
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    Mayo. It should never be put into sandwiches

    What??? Why?

    And you’re wrong.

    Houns
    Member

    Brown sauce on Fishfinger sandwiches?! Dear God man

    Bacon Sandwich – Red & Brown sauce at the same time.

    Unless – it’s really decent smoked bacon then just butter.

    trailmonkey
    Member

    Red sauce – to be used with most fried food except fish

    Brown sauce instead of red on fish and chips ??????????

    You are clearly in no position to be determining any kind of gourmet bar setting.

    Away with you to KFC

    FoxyChick
    Member

    BACON SANDWICH = BROWN SAUCE (AND ONLY HP)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😈

    chvck
    Member

    I have my own rule when it comes to sauces..Spicy sauce unless hungover in which case switch to the hp fruity.

    DrRSwank
    Member

    Whippersnapper – Mayo should not be put into sarnies. You may, if you’re posh, dip your chips in it. You may use it in a salad.

    Other than that it’s the milk of satan (and I’m not talking breast!)

    duckman
    Member

    viva le fishfinger/red sauce resistance!

    DrRSwank
    Member

    Trailmonkey – Fish and chips has vinegar only. If you need to dip your chips then that’s what mushy peas are for!

    FoxyChick
    Member

    AND… tomato sauce on the side for a cheese toastie, for dipping.

    oop north
    Member

    Fish – RED!

    Bacon / sausage – BROWN!

    Do not deviate from the above 😆

    Premier Icon whippersnapper
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    Other than that it’s the milk of satan (and I’m not talking breast!)

    would that make a difference? 😉

    Hellman’s full fat mayo is my staple diet.

    Premier Icon ononeorange
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    Brown Sauce on Fish & chips and bacon sarnies?!! Wrong wrong wrong!

    It would be like putting Sarah Palin in a Mensa meeting.

    DrRSwank
    Member

    FC – dipping red sauce for cheese on toast is fine.

    Fish Fingers should ONLY ever be eaten with brown. The OH was trying to suggest different last night – apparently red and brown are what she prefers.

    It’s wrong!

    Premier Icon Onzadog
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    Have to say, I’m with the bacon sandwich/brown sauce backlash. As for dipping your chips in mushy peas, don’t you find they make a mess of the curry sauce that you should be using? Besides, if the chicp are next to kabab meat, then it’s garlic mayo all the way.

    DrRSwank
    Member

    Look – the Fish n chips argument is coming up too much.

    Fish n Chips should be covered in Malt Vinegar and salt. Mushy peas (which should also be vinegared) provide moisture.

    The ONLY other accompaniements are a cup of tea and buttered white bread.

    Here endeth the Fish n Chip discussion.

    FoxyChick
    Member

    Oh, dear lord…now I’m going to have to have one of MrFC’s cheese toastie specials…and he’s already made me one of his special omelettes for breakie.

    I shall blame DrWank!!

    8)

    IanB
    Member

    Fish fingers are best with tartar sauce, or if non to hand, mayo.

    Don’t see Worcester Sauce on your list either, for use with anything 😉

    carbon337
    Member

    add red sauce to cheese sarnies – and not toasted ones either.

    Get that brown away from fish fingers dude – step away with the brown sauce.

    Houns
    Member

    Hmm i’m forming a breakaway sauce group where it’s red on bacon, brown on sausage, red on fishfingers, red on fish and chips and……Red and French’s mustard mixed on burgers!

    Who’s with me?!

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    You missed a brown sauce usage – baked beans / canned spaghetti.

    there is no place for mayo in any kitchen

    Amen, brother. It crops up a lot on veggieburgers for some unfathonable reason, I think someone somewhere thought “there’s no meat in this so it must be a salad.”

    Speaking of which, how long have Burger King been putting the devil’s semen on their damn beanburgers? I got caught out by that the other day, I was expecting a nice spicy tomato sauce and it turned up slathered in pungent white gloop. Unimpressed.

    DrRSwank
    Member

    TARTAR – it’s kitten sick.

    Worcester is for cooking with – it is not a table sauce.

    DrRSwank
    Member

    Cougar – GOOD CALL. I’d forgotten – Brown sauce on baked beans is fabulous.

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    sarnie:
    bacon – red
    sossidge – red
    fried egg – red
    chip – red
    ed. (FISH FINGERS – RED. BLEEDIN’ RED, OKAY ?!!)
    cold meats, cheese – neither sauce; chutney/pickle/relish/mustard as you see fit

    brown sauce – cheering up insipid shepherds’ pie (etc) ONLY

    Premier Icon ononeorange
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    Brown is Satan’s poo. In my opinion.

    Houns
    Member

    Worcestershire sauce on baked beans, on cheese on toast, on anything with minced beef = Table Sauce

    FoxyChick
    Member

    The thing is with chips…it depends which kind.
    Good chippy chips…just salt and vinegar, in white bread and butter.

    But oven chips? Has to be salt, vinegar, HP sauce, tomato sauce, and proper mayonnaise. I likes me variety for dippin’ me oven chips! 😳

    carbon337
    Member

    Maggi on chip shop sausage and chips.

    Worcester sauce on cheese on toast melted.

    trailmonkey
    Member

    I’m in Houns.

    The OP is clearly a buffoon of the first water.

    Premier Icon GrahamS
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    Red sauce if the food involves processed cheese, e.g.

    – over chips and cheese with curry sauce. Yum.
    – with any pizza.
    – on top of a macaroni cheese.

    Why yes, I am from Glasgow, how did you know?

    Premier Icon Gee-Jay
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    +1 for brown sauce and beans.

    Am a tad worried about Mr FC’s

    special omelettes

    at breakfast time

    Premier Icon crispo
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    Im with Houns, though some times if im feel adventurous ill swap the red or brown sauce for sweet chilli, its amazing! (not fish and chips though)

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