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Fish and chips quickly began to appear as a staple in the working classes of Britain in the 19th century The popularity of seafood came hand in hand with the development of fisheries in the North Sea, and progress railway lines connecting cities to ports. While many European countries are served fried seafood, at this time, the original concept of fried fish is attributed to the UK. The former had just over a big takeaway cooking cauldron coal fat maneuvers. The exact origins of the first fish and chips remain unknown as some say, he was in the south of England, while others say it was in Scotland. Since 2003 the popular fried food can not go by the standard name fish and chips. To order fish and chips I’ve always wondered if you like salt and vinegar. Dish true connoisseurs will tell dip your part, and they should. A favorite side dishes and more traditional food pureed peas nation. These wrinkled peas soaked overnight and slow boiled with pinches of salt and sugar in a thick paste is dried. In parts of pureed peas served British independent snack. Many pubs serve fish and chips with tartar sauce and a slice of lemon. Modern takeaway offers a variety of sauces, such as ketchup, brown sauce, salsa, curry sauce and mayonnaise. Fish and chips in Yorkshire Undoubtedly one of the best fish and chips are served at Harry Ramsden of a chain of restaurants specializing in the famous dish of seafood. The company started as a small business park Guiseley, Yorkshire Harry Ramsden serves fresh seafood and chips in a wooden shack struck in one of the tram stops. Its popularity has grown at an unprecedented rate with clients who come from all over to try fish and chips battered cut to the hand.
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