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Jean-luc Drouin, Fred Fouarge, Berny, David Slater (Spoddendale) and 8 other people have particularly liked this photo


19 comments - The latest ones
 Jean
Jean club
I think I'll stand behind him in the queue.
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Jean club
You can't beat free gravy, Jean.
7 weeks ago.
 rdhinmn
rdhinmn club
ERIN? Like Ireland? Short for Bufferin? Likely neither.

All I thought was, oh, to be young again. But these days, socially cooped up, likely to have been laid off - I think I'll stay the age I am.
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to rdhinmn club
"Catering", I think, Bob. I at first thought "Dufferin" (with a D), our third Governor-General and the first to try to meet Canadians. Many streets and places are named for him.
7 weeks ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Superb shot! Stay well!

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7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to William Sutherland club
Thanks, William.
7 weeks ago.
 Joe, Son of the Rock
Joe, Son of the Rock club
Great social documentary.
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Joe, Son of the Rock club
Thanks, Joe.
7 weeks ago.
 Xata
Xata club
Like it is in our modern world... but I do not subscribe to industrial food...
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Xata club
Thanks, Xata. Those are ugly-looking chips. I suspect the chips off the truck may have been cut thicker. And they were probably much more likely to have been fried in beef fat.
7 weeks ago. Edited 7 weeks ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
a great compo
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Annemarie club
Thanks, Annemarie.
7 weeks ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
FREE GRAVY............................why, what did he do? Where is he imprisoned?

There's obviously been a miscarriage of justice that I missed..!!

A fascinating image John.
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Keith Burton club
It's actually a protest against the gravy cartel, I think, Keith.
7 weeks ago.
Keith Burton club has replied to John FitzGerald club
:-)))
7 weeks ago.
 David Slater (Spoddendale)
David Slater (Spodde… club
Where I grew up (Northern England) chips with gravy was popular. Prior to the introduction of cardboard trays one took one's own bowl down to the 'chippy'!

Another alternative was to have 'chips with soup on' - the 'soup' in this case was not soup as such but was the liquid from the pan where the green peas where cooked. The warm liquid made the chips soggy! A few peas sometimes got included by default.
7 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to David Slater (Spodde… club
You were being environmentally responsible before the term had been invented, David. The poutine variant, poutine galvaude (with peas and chicken), is supposed to have been invented to appeal to English-speaking people. Reputations die hard.

I loves me my peas, too.
7 weeks ago.
 Amazingstoker
Amazingstoker club
Free gravy? Who can resist . . .
5 weeks ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Amazingstoker club
One of the great Canadian achievements, Stoker, is being able to make chips that don't get soggy under gravy.
5 weeks ago.

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