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1/1 Photo of Good Old Fashioned English Chip-Shop Style Chips!
The first "chips" were pieces of bread, which were replaced with potatoes during wheat shortages. The first "chippies", a colloquial slang term for a Fish and Chip shop, were Lees's in Mosley, Lancashire, and Malin's in London's East End - opened for trade in the 1860s. During the Second World War, the minister of food wouldn't ration fish and chips because they provided good, cheap nourishment! It is traditional to serve chips piping hot with salt and malt vinegar!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (228 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4