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Fishes and Chip

Gastronomic role reversal in the modern society
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Usually when you buy fish and chips, you get one big bit of fish, and lots of little bits of potato.

Why not turn this around? A jacket potato with whitebait filling.

Wrongfellow, Nov 27 2010

Chip is also a chipmunk! http://4.bp.blogspo...onChip+and+Dale.JPG
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       because a jacket potato is not a chip.
eggs and chip
hams and chip
sausages and chip? just not right.
po, Nov 27 2010
  

       If a specific cut of ham were to be utilised, with a single chip enplacemented on top of it, that would work.
Ian Tindale, Nov 27 2010
  

       Take it more literally. 6 or 7 of the normal size battered haddocks in a huge pile, with a single normal chip balanced on top. Very ironic and postmodern.
pocmloc, Nov 27 2010
  

       Yes to [pocmloc]'s anno. No to the idea. (Hi po!)
blissmiss, Nov 27 2010
  

       Fish fingers and mash?
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 27 2010
  

       If you put a potato on a lathe-like device it ought to be possible to make one very long chip out of a large potato. Obviously you'd need to fry this very carefully to keep it in one piece, but you could then serve it with, say, several grilled sardines as "fishes and chip".
hippo, Nov 27 2010
  

       Technically, fishes is a verb.
jaksplat, Nov 28 2010
  

       Chip can be a verb too.
Wrongfellow, Nov 28 2010
  

       Chips and Fishes is Ice Fishing, no?
blissmiss, Nov 28 2010
  
      
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