Gravy. Settle an argument

Well?

  • Drink it

    Votes: 11 13.1%
  • Eat it

    Votes: 73 86.9%

  • Total voters
    84

Exfarmer

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Bury St Edmunds
You can have a gravy which is all things, mashed potato requires a thinner gravy to mix with. Roast dinner requires a thicker gravy which coats everything in an unctious delicious coating.
So the answer to Bald ricks question, are you serving mash or chips with the monkfish?
 
You can have a gravy which is all things, mashed potato requires a thinner gravy to mix with. Roast dinner requires a thicker gravy which coats everything in an unctious delicious coating.
So the answer to Bald ricks question, are you serving mash or chips with the monkfish?
Monkfish and gravy. 😐

Is that one of those fancy 'fusion' efforts? 🤔
 

PaulNix

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Location
Cornwall
Is this related to the thread on what to cook the Mrs on her birthday and if you got away with just some gravy in a cup I doff my hat to you, well done !!!
 

Bald Rick

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Anglesey
Well dang ... looks like I’ve lost that one and dented my Gordon Blue chef credentials as I swear you drink gravy

Ok ... where do we stand on soup? Eat it or drink it?
 

AF Salers

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BASE UK Member
Location
York, UK
You put gravy on your Yorkshire pudding ?
WTF.
You put Lyle's Golden Syrup on Yorkshire Pudding.
Depends if having as a savoury dish or as a pudding!!
Don’t let’s get started on whether Yorkie’s are to be eaten as starter before the roast, proper Yorkshire way that is, or eaten with the roast!
 

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