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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Chagos View Post
    Without mushy peas and the whole lot covered in mint sauce, he ain't seen nuffin yet.
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    Funny enough I had Fish and Chips with British friends on the 24th of December. Now we have the same dish in Denmark, but without the mushy peas (if there are peas they are whole) and mint sauce or vinangre. Its mostly a childrens menu at restaurants To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac.

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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by tacomancer View Post
    you mean a royale with cheese?
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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by tacomancer View Post
    you mean a royale with cheese?

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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Funny enough I had Fish and Chips with British friends on the 24th of December. Now we have the same dish in Denmark, but without the mushy peas (if there are peas they are whole) and mint sauce or vinangre. Its mostly a childrens menu at restaurants To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac.

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    Danish food of course famous around the world
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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Higgins86 View Post
    Danish food of course famous around the world
    Well we have had the best restaurant in the world several years running... just saying. Plus "Swedish meatballs" is actually Danish.
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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    ... Plus "Swedish meatballs" is actually Danish.
    Mmkay, that's not at all a rather sad boast.

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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Well we have had the best restaurant in the world several years running... just saying. Plus "Swedish meatballs" is actually Danish.
    Isn’t that restaurant famous for Italian food?
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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteEU View Post
    Well we have had the best restaurant in the world several years running... just saying. Plus "Swedish meatballs" is actually Danish.
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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Higgins86 View Post
    Isn’t that restaurant famous for Italian food?
    Nah, I think it's the one famous for its salads foraged from the roadside.

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    Re: To big-Mac or not to Big-Mac

    Quote Originally Posted by Higgins86 View Post
    Danish food of course famous around the world
    Famous for being completely unknown, even to the Danes.

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