Gravy vs Curry Sauce

Chips and...

  • Gravy

  • Curry Sauce


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DrBlueBob

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Think we need to open a bourgeoisie chip shop offering Chips with jus.
Fame and fortune await. Jus in a small porcelain jug and £6 extra. Chips in a small artisan bucket and if we decide to sell fish we can charge double if we serve it on a board.
USP:- staff that are rude as fuck because they know that despite being servers they are so much fucking better than any customer that they have the misfortune to have to serve.
 

Alan Harper's Tash

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Fame and fortune await. Jus in a small porcelain jug and £6 extra. Chips in a small artisan bucket and if we decide to sell fish we can charge double if we serve it on a board.
USP:- staff that are rude as fuck because they know that despite being servers they are so much fucking better than any customer that they have the misfortune to have to serve.
The chips are air-fried in air infused with beef dripping essence and will be served on edible paper with a truffle fleck.

Malt vinegar is banned. Only white wine and balsamic will be served alongside smoked salt.
 

mccity

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I actually really rate jus, it's jus that I prefer gravy.

Jus is more of a gravy-esque drink for me.
 

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The chips are air-fried in air infused with beef dripping essence and will be served on edible paper with a truffle fleck.

Malt vinegar is banned. Only white wine and balsamic will be served alongside smoked salt.
Smoked Tibetan Yak salt. I think we have the makings of a business plan.
 

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Jus is just a deflowered gravy.
For those who seek a less calorific approach then jus will do.

As a background the idea of lighter cuisine was pretty much invented by Bocuse.

Paul Bocuse moved away from Bernard Loiseau who was a bit of an Escoffier disciple.

Bocuse invented the Nouvelle cuisine which then became bastardised by types such as you and I trying to fleece the gullible great unwashed but in reality it was a movement to move away from the heavy cream and butter based classic French cuisine a la Escoffier into something altogether healthier.
 

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