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  Fish 'N' Chips - Marine Newsletter for Saltwater Tank Hobbyists
Fish 'N' Chips is a free marine newsletter covering subjects of interest to reef and fish only saltwater tank hobbyists.
Fish 'N' Chips was "born" in November 1998 and since then has been a very unique newsletter - it was created entirely in html with images included and emailed directly to subscribers.
In an effort to save Fish 'N' Chips, a decision was made in 2007 to begin publishing sections of the newsletter at a time using a blog format.
www.marinefiends.com   (252 words)

  
 Fish and chips
It was not only the easy availability of fish and chips which contributed to the development of the trade.
Fish and chips became so essential to the diet of the ordinary man and woman that one shop in Bradford had to employ a doorman to control the queue at busy times during 1931.
However the dish originated, fish and chips is a national favourite, eaten and loved by every generation, - in fact its position as the nations favourite hot take away remains unchallenged, despite the advent of the American burger bar.
www.niagara.co.uk /fish_and_chips.htm   (1804 words)

  
  Fish and Chips, the European research project :: DNA chip technology for the identification of marine organisms
The targets hybridise with the capture oligonucleotides on the chip and this is detected by a fluorescent label which was attached to the target during PCR.
The aim of the "Fish and Chips" project is the development of DNA chips for the identification of marine organisms in European Seas as a cost effective, reliable and efficient technology in marine biodiversity and ecosystem science.
Many marine organisms, such as (1) eggs and larvae of fishes and invertebrates, (2) zoo- and phytoplankton, and (3) benthic invertebrates, are difficult to identify by morphological characters, and for many groups the skills of specialised taxonomists are needed.
www.fish-and-chips.uni-bremen.de /PostNuke/html   (2655 words)

  
  TRADITIONAL FISH AND CHIPS GOOD FOOD GUIDE | THE RAM INN RESTAURANT FIRLE EAST SUSSEX PUB GUIDE | GLYNDEBOURNE OPERA ...
Fish and chips is deep-fried fish in batter with deep-fried potatoes, and a popular take-away food.
Fish and chips are the national dish of the United Kingdom, but also very popular in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and some coastal towns of the Netherlands and Norway; and also increasingly so in the United States and elsewhere.
Fish and chips were traditionally packaged with an inner white paper wrapping and an outer insulating layer of newspaper or blank newsprint, though nowadays the use of newspaper has largely ceased on grounds of hygiene, and food quality wrapping paper is often used instead, occasionally printed on the outside to emulate newspaper.
www.solarnavigator.net /fish_and_chips.htm   (2536 words)

  
 Seafish. On Plate. Fish & chips.
Fillets of fish, mostly haddock or cod but sometimes plaice and whiting, are covered in batter, fried until golden and served with freshly chipped potatoes.
Fish and chips are a wholesome dish and lower in calories than many of their fast food rivals.
Britain’s favourite accompaniment to fish and chips is salt and vinegar but depending on the region, others are just as popular… mushy peas, tomato ketchup, curry sauce, gravy, or even a bottle of stout.
www.seafish.org /plate/fishandchips.asp?p=gf   (262 words)

  
 DC Fish & Chips Wetzlar
Mit einer durchaus positiven Bilanz verabschiedet sich der Dc Fish and Chips in die Winterpause.
In der Tabelle hat sich Fish and Chips 1 auf dem 2 Tabellenplatz festgesetzt und Fish and Chips 2 mit einem guten 6 Platz noch alle Chancen auf den Einzug in die, ab dieser Saison neu eingeführten Playoffs, die über den Aufstieg in die Regionalliga entscheiden.
Es ist amtlich - auch in der kommenden Saison verbleibt unser Team Fish and Chips I in der Regionalliga Hessen.
www.dcfishandchips.de   (349 words)

  
 Fish and chips Information
Fish and chips or fish 'n chips (in Scotland and northern England: a fish supper), a popular take-away food, consists of deep-fried fish in batter or bread-crumbs with deep-fried potatoes.
Chips became associated with meals of fried fish because the fat in which the fish was fried often became too hot for good frying.
Salt Fish and Chips, Arthur Treacher's, and (in the Pacific Northwest) Ivar's and Skipper's.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Fish_and_chips   (2696 words)

  
 Fish and Chips
Fish and chips are best eaten with lashings of salt (shaken from a large glass sugar shaker holes in the top) and malt vinegar (shaken from another large glass bottle with a small hole in the lid).
We live by the sea and sitting on the sea wall with a bundle of paper in our laps containing fish and chips covered in salt and vinegar with the wind trying to tear it out of our hands can only be described as shear heaven.
Part of the secret of fish and chips is the taste of the batter that the fish is cooked in.
hidden-england.netfirms.com /fishandchips.htm   (680 words)

  
 Mr. Pickwick's Fish & Chips Fish & Chips - A History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The public soon realized that fish and potatoes were rather tasty combination and over the course of the next 100 years, fish and chips became not only a national institution, but a vital source of nutrition for families - helping to fuel the workforce of the industrial revolution.
Fish are generally low in cholesterol and saturated fats, which have been associated with high blood pressure and heart disease.
While the benefits of fish on nutrition are still being studied, much of the current research is focused on various kinds of beneficial fats in fish, particularly a kind called omega-3 fatty acids which are in some fish and fish oils.
www.mrpickwicks.bc.ca /info10.html   (867 words)

  
 Fish and Chips
Cod or pollack are the traditional fish, but you can use sole, flounder, or whitefish fillets.
The potatoes and the fish will cause the oil to bubble.
Dip fish in batter, allowing excess to drip off.
www.inmamaskitchen.com /RECIPES/RECIPES/Fish/fishandchips.html   (129 words)

  
 The National Dish - Fish and Chips
Fish and chip shops were originally small family businesses, often run from the 'front room' of the house and were commonplace by the late 19th century.
The fish and chip shop was invaluable in supplementing the family's weekly diet in the Second World War, as fish and chips were among the few foods not to be rationed.
Fish and chips are a valuable source of protein, fibre, iron and vitamins, providing a third of the recommended daily allowance of vitamins for men and nearly half for women.
www.historic-uk.com /CultureUK/FishandChips.htm   (645 words)

  
 Fish & Seafood: Fish and chips
I love fish and chips, and there is no one who does them better than the folks in England.
Fry the fish and chips for 4 to 5 minutes until crispy and brown.
Remove the fish and chips from the oil and drain well on paper towels.
en.allexperts.com /q/Fish-Seafood-748/Fish-chips-3.htm   (1367 words)

  
 FiSh and CHiPS - Recipe Art Culinaire - Find Articles
Fish was fried in oil because it is the only cooking medium that remains agreeable when served cold, as it often was.
Well before preparation of fish and chips could be claimed by England, Europe had to await the potatoes arrival from the Andes in South America.
Once the first batch of fish or potatoes has been fried, it is important to allow the fat to return to the desired temperature.
findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0JAW/is_2001_Spring/ai_72658377   (854 words)

  
 FiSh and CHiPS - Recipe Art Culinaire - Find Articles
Fish was fried in oil because it is the only cooking medium that remains agreeable when served cold, as it often was.
Well before preparation of fish and chips could be claimed by England, Europe had to await the potatoes arrival from the Andes in South America.
Once the first batch of fish or potatoes has been fried, it is important to allow the fat to return to the desired temperature.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0JAW/is_2001_Spring/ai_72658377   (854 words)

  
 FISH and CHIPS - Molecular Cytogenetics and chromosome evolution
FISH applied to metaphase chromosomes allows us to determine the physical position of DNA sequences in respect to known chromosome bands and known genes or reference loci (Sirugo et al.
In addition to the ordering of probes, fiber FISH technology is used for defining the size of gaps and overlaps between clones, and contig building.
All the different applications of FISH depend on the general availability of DNA probes that are specific for a chromosome or chromosome region of interest.
www.molgen.mpg.de /~cytolab/fishnchips.html   (385 words)

  
 Fish and Chips
These fish are then released into any local river of your choice, and the exact location of where they were put in is kept secret, in the clubs data files.
What this means is that you know where your fish are at all times, how large they are and what is really fantastic is that you know exactly when they are returning to your river and your designated place of release and you can track their movement within a few feet.
Chips of this nature are a dime a dozen but the GSD and the tracking program is the main cost but still not out of reach for the ordinary fisherman.
www.ticktalk.net /fish_chips.html   (1317 words)

  
 Federation of Fish Friers - Fish & Chips - A History
The French invented chips or “chipped pommes de terre a la mode” (from the humble potato commonly believed to have been brought to Europe by Sir Walter Raleigh in the 17 th century), and in 1839 Charles Dickens referred to a “fried fish warehouse” in Oliver Twist.
However the dish originated, fish and chips is a national favourite, eaten and loved by every generation — in fact its position as the nation’s favourite hot take away remains unchallenged, despite the advent of the American burger
In 1995, the British consumed an astonishing 300 million servings of fish and chips — that equates to six servings for every man woman and child in the country.
www.federationoffishfriers.co.uk /pages/80.htm   (288 words)

  
 Fish and Chips - Ontario (including Toronto) - Chowhound
The fish was always delicious - the batter was crispy and light, and the fish moist and tender.
While it espoused fish and chips it seemed to be all over the map food wise (burgers, sandwiches, souvlaki, pasta, steaks).
The batter on the fish was interesting in a good way (dense yet crispy) but neither it nor the size of the protion can really compare to the two fish and chip shops I most prefer to frequent, just down the road and around the bend from my mother-in- law's house in Portugal Cove NL.
www.chowhound.com /topics/326399   (4627 words)

  
 Fish and Chips Recipe
Fry the fish in two batches, for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side, or until the fish is crispy.
Remove the fish from the oil and drain on a paper-lined plate.
Add the cooled potatoes to the hot oil and fry until the chips are crisp and golden, about 4 minutes.
www.mealsmatter.org /recipes-meals/recipe/8715   (211 words)

  
 Low Fat Fish & Chips Recipes
Put the chips and oil in a bowl or dish and turn the chips until they are coated in oil.
Turn the chips in the roasting tin over and return both to the oven for a further 15-20 minutes or until cooked.
Half way through the fish's cooking time add the chips to the frying pan and fry till they are golden brown.
www.weightlossresources.co.uk /recipes/low_fat/fish_and_chips.htm   (756 words)

  
 L'Ocean Fish & Chips
Fish and chips are a valuable source of protein, fibre, iron and vitamins, providing a third of the recommended daily allowance of vitamins for men and about half for women.
Apart from fish and chips being a delicious tasty dish, fish is very healthy being high in B vitamins and protein.
The fish was sold by street vendors who carried the goods in trays hung around their necks.
www.crispybatter.com.au /locean.htm   (1214 words)

  
 Fish n' Chips
Drop 2 or 3 pieces of fish at a time into the batter; when they are well coated, plunge them into the hot oil.
To serve, heat the fish in the center of a large heated platter and arrange the chips around them.
Traditionally, fish and chips are served sprinkled with malt vinegar and salt.
home.ivillage.com /cooking/recipes/print/0,,gsxq,00.html   (349 words)

  
 English Reading Comprehension - Comprensión de lectura en inglés
Fish and chips is originally from the United Kingdom, but also very popular in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and some coastal towns of the Netherlands and Norway; and also increasingly so in the United States and elsewhere.
Fish and chips have separately been eaten for many years — though the potato was not introduced to Europe until the 17th century.
Fish and chips were not eaten during World War II.
www.saberingles.com.ar /reading/fish-and-chips.html   (415 words)

  
 Mac's Fish and Chips
Mac’s Fish and Chips is one of those places that you pass a hundred times and wonder if it’s any good.
The fish was especially good - the perfect marriage of a good piece of fish, light breading, and deep fried in fresh oil at the right temperature for the right length of time.
Mac’s Fish and Chips is definitely not low-cal. But in moderation, this is the place to go in the Twin Cities for fish and chips at a reasonable price.
www.reneeandsteve.com /macs.htm   (659 words)

  
 The Great British Kitchen
Fish was cooked in shallow pans and usually eaten cold.
Haddock and hake are the favourites in the north and cod in the south.
Fish and chips must be one of the most classless dishes in Britain.
www.greatbritishkitchen.co.uk /eh_farflung.htm   (1059 words)

  
 Metroactive Dining | Fish and Chips
My special adapted California criteria for good fish and chips are that they must (a) be cheap, (b) be tasty, and (c) furnish a dining experience not too far afield from the carefree, class-free origins of fish and chips.
The fish and chips will stink up the whole place, and everyone who didn't order fish and chips will smell yours and stare at their half-empty pints and feel their half-empty stomachs tighten and wish that they, too, had ordered the fish and chips.
The champagne-battered fish and chips I had there ($11) were beautiful: three golden cod fillets, freshly borne from the deep fryer and yet grease-free.
www.metroactive.com /papers/sonoma/05.01.03/dining-0318.html   (1176 words)

  
 Fish and Chips Recipe at Epicurious.com
Sprinkle fish on both sides with 3/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper, then dredge in remaining 1/2 cup flour, shaking off excess.
Coat 4 pieces of fish in batter, 1 at a time, and slide into oil as coated.
Chips can be fried for the first time 3 hours ahead and kept, uncovered, at room temperature until refrying.
www.epicurious.com /recipes/recipe_views/views/109011   (528 words)

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