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#1 10.May.18 15:56:50

Philpot
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Question for Barleycorn

Do you prefer chips with gravy or curry or something else?

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#2 10.May.18 16:02:51

Barleycorn
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

hahaha - either, tbh.

Dry chips are weird (unless with a nice fish, and even then, with peas ideally)

As Mr Kay put it in when stuck in a southern chippy - " Has tha nowt moist?"


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#3 10.May.18 17:01:43

Penguin
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Curry or tomato ketchup for me!


Oh Brilliant!  big_smile

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#4 10.May.18 17:19:51

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Barleycorn wrote:

hahaha - either, tbh.

Dry chips are weird (unless with a nice fish, and even then, with peas ideally)

As Mr Kay put it in when stuck in a southern chippy - " Has tha nowt moist?"

Hmmm OK ... but with salt or vinegar... or both ?

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#5 10.May.18 17:29:07

Barleycorn
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

Last edited by Barleycorn (10.May.18 17:29:58)


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#6 10.May.18 17:47:54

Tony
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

Methinks the Philpot is opening a new chippy in Royton next to the Thai Bride emporium wink


War does not determine who is right - only who is left.

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#7 10.May.18 17:58:25

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

No test ... just ensuring our talk is sufficiently small


So ... HP or Daddies brown sauce ?

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#8 10.May.18 17:59:31

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Tony wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

Methinks the Philpot is opening a new chippy in Royton next to the Thai Bride emporium wink

Thai Bride emporium? Have you got a price list Tony?

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#9 10.May.18 18:02:50

Milly Savage
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Philpot wrote:
Tony wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

Methinks the Philpot is opening a new chippy in Royton next to the Thai Bride emporium wink

Thai Bride emporium? Have you got a price list Tony?

Do you require prices for new or second hand, the philpot ???

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#10 10.May.18 18:04:25

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Milly Savage wrote:
Philpot wrote:
Tony wrote:

Methinks the Philpot is opening a new chippy in Royton next to the Thai Bride emporium wink

Thai Bride emporium? Have you got a price list Tony?

Do you require prices for new or second hand, the philpot ???

Depends on the mileage Milly

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#11 10.May.18 18:05:25

Milly Savage
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

lol

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#12 10.May.18 18:10:14

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Milly, have you taken one for a test drive ?

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#13 10.May.18 19:07:13

Tony
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Philpot wrote:
Tony wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

Methinks the Philpot is opening a new chippy in Royton next to the Thai Bride emporium wink

Thai Bride emporium? Have you got a price list Tony?

In the words of J.P. Morgan....If you have to ask how much it costs, you can't afford it!!!

Last edited by Tony (10.May.18 19:08:13)


War does not determine who is right - only who is left.

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#14 10.May.18 21:22:03

Milly Savage
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Philpot wrote:

Milly, have you taken one for a test drive ?

I'm waiting till they do like BMW, who let you have a 48 hour test drive.

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#15 10.May.18 21:30:45

Tony
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Milly Savage wrote:
Philpot wrote:

Milly, have you taken one for a test drive ?

I'm waiting till they do like BMW, who let you have a 48 hour test drive.

You'll be wanting a convertible then Milly wink


War does not determine who is right - only who is left.

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#16 11.May.18 08:23:55

Barleycorn
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Philpot wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

No test ... just ensuring our talk is sufficiently small


So ... HP or Daddies brown sauce ?

I prefer mustard or ketchup  - the people's condiments.

But, to answer your question, if it's brown, I prefer YR sauce.  I don't mind the others, and wouldn't refuse any of them.


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#17 11.May.18 08:56:01

Philpot
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Barleycorn wrote:
Philpot wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

A bit of each, seeing as you ask.  Hardly any salt, but some.

Although why you ask is rather intriguing. 

Is it some sort of food based psychometric test?

If you do this for all members, you may be here for some time.

No test ... just ensuring our talk is sufficiently small


So ... HP or Daddies brown sauce ?

I prefer mustard or ketchup  - the people's condiments.

But, to answer your question, if it's brown, I prefer YR sauce.  I don't mind the others, and wouldn't refuse any of them.

YR sauce! I presume that is some kind of communist condiment

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#18 11.May.18 12:10:38

Woody
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Philpot wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:
Philpot wrote:

No test ... just ensuring our talk is sufficiently small


So ... HP or Daddies brown sauce ?

I prefer mustard or ketchup  - the people's condiments.

But, to answer your question, if it's brown, I prefer YR sauce.  I don't mind the others, and wouldn't refuse any of them.

YR sauce! I presume that is some kind of communist condiment




Yorkshire Relish at a guess,   That answers a lot Questions about the folk from over the hill, Reds under Grandmas the bed ?


I would if I could but I can't,

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#19 17.May.18 12:35:26

Barleycorn
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Woody wrote:
Philpot wrote:
Barleycorn wrote:

I prefer mustard or ketchup  - the people's condiments.

But, to answer your question, if it's brown, I prefer YR sauce.  I don't mind the others, and wouldn't refuse any of them.

YR sauce! I presume that is some kind of communist condiment



Yorkshire Relish at a guess,   That answers a lot Questions about the folk from over the hill, Reds under Grandmas the bed ?


Correct.   Lovely - as is the other Yorkshire condiment, Hendersons.  If anyone hasn't had it, its sort of a Sheffield version of Worcester sauce, only better, imo.  I often bring a bottle back over, when I've been over on the wrong side of the hills.

Last edited by Barleycorn (17.May.18 12:46:32)


I went through ALL your posts, found nothing,

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#20 17.May.18 19:44:28

Woody
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

Barleycorn wrote:
Woody wrote:
Philpot wrote:

YR sauce! I presume that is some kind of communist condiment



Yorkshire Relish at a guess,   That answers a lot Questions about the folk from over the hill, Reds under Grandmas the bed ?


Correct.   Lovely - as is the other Yorkshire condiment, Hendersons.  If anyone hasn't had it, its sort of a Sheffield version of Worcester sauce, only better, imo.  I often bring a bottle back over, when I've been over on the wrong side of the hills.



I went to visit a relative in Holland a few years ago I was asked to take Tetley Tea Bags Horlicks and Colman's Mustard all unavailable in Holland,

I while I have heard of Yorkshire Relish,  Hendersons ??? you would think it had crossed the border before now,


I would if I could but I can't,

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#21 17.May.18 20:09:41

LittleRach
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Re: Question for Barleycorn

We have Henderson’s relish in our house.
I don’t use it though so I don’t know what it tastes like.  Is it like Worcestershire sauce?


Though we cannot make our sun stand still, yet we will make him run.

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