Good old battered fish and chips. It's a simple but satisfying dish.
This was awesome! Don't care about it ethnicity.
Nooo! 'Win book' link doesn't work.
Hey! The sausages taste pretty close. Wee tweak here and there. I used pork shoulder. The sausages are a bit tough. Any suggestions on how to fix that?
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@lorenzo Your powers of deduction are amazing! It's NY I usually visit and they are patties.
Does that mean I should use the Kutas recipe?
I've not got a smoker and I know not making it in a smoker will make it lose it edge but can you do this in an oven?
Just found this - http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2010/10/new-york-style-pizza-sauce.html
I'm making this bad boy tonight! What sauce would you recommend for it? Trying to create NYC pizza in Glasgow is tricky :(
Thanks everyone! I'm now in NYC and starting to work through the list :)
@korovka and @kathryn thanks for your help!
...I ate in island burgers 12 years ago, is it still as good?
@freets Yeh, I've read it. The places they aren't necessary local to the place I'm staying.
@eliselaurel this might be doable! :)
Do they still sell the Super Size meals in the US? They stopped it in the UK and I don't actually miss them. It was a total impulse thing.
@dsloth - cheers! I was pretty sure I could use the Indian bread now you've confirmed it :)
I live in Scotland and I really like Gryos (though haven't had one in years because we don't get them here), they seem like a healthier version of the donna kebab...not sure if it's true but I like to think it is.
I've never seen the type of bread they use for gyros in Scotland, the closest is nanbread. It'd be good to get a recipe for the bread so I don't need to travel 3000 miles to eat a gyro again :)