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To have chips with Brie and gravy?

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HardLightHologram Thu 29-Dec-16 12:16:11

And maybe some jalapeños?

Dh reckons it sounds disgusting. I reckon it sounds epic. We have hardly any food in the house until tomorrow so it's all Christmas leftovers.

AIBU? And if not that, what else do you suggest for lunch that isn't boring old cheese and crackers?

SaucyJack Thu 29-Dec-16 12:17:53

Any cranberry sauce to go with?

KingJoffreysRestingCuntface Thu 29-Dec-16 12:18:14

If you want to eat it then you should eat it.

Personally I think brie and gravy sounds a bit 'special' but if you like it then go for it.

SummerSazz Thu 29-Dec-16 12:18:31

I could totally do that. Jalapenos as a garnish are genius grin

DorindaJ Thu 29-Dec-16 12:18:39

Oooh, you devil, sounds fab. Although I wouldn't have the gravy. And the cheese grin...

HerBluebiro Thu 29-Dec-16 12:18:44

Chips and cheddar and gravy is delicious. Not sure the brie would work in the sane way.

Brie and cranberry sarnie with chips on the side?

Oogle Thu 29-Dec-16 12:19:21

Chips and Brie? Fine
Chips and gravy? Fine

Chips, Brie and gravy? Wrong.

iklboodolphRedNoseReindeer Thu 29-Dec-16 12:19:58

Brie bacon & cranberry toaster with chips on the side?

NavyandWhite Thu 29-Dec-16 12:20:48

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TheCakes Thu 29-Dec-16 12:20:50

Oooooh, I'm a little bit hungover and that sounds immense. I might drag myself to the chippy.

iklboodolphRedNoseReindeer Thu 29-Dec-16 12:20:55

Toastie not toaster. Bit too crunchy if you try & eat a toaster.

SparkleShinyGlitter Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:03

Brie an gravy? No thanks but I don't have to suffer eating
Brie and chips? Sounds nice to me. I now and then make deep fried breaded Brie with chips

Make a sandwich and have a side of chips?

HardLightHologram Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:22

I've got no bread left otherwise it would totally be a Brie sandwich. No cranberry sauce as we didn't have a roast (we had kebabs grin).

I'm gonna go for it. I'll report back in half an hour.

BarbarianMum Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:25

Yes. Or rather, this is something one does at about midnight after too many beers and doesn't talk about afterwards. wink

BarbaraofSeville Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:35

Ditch the gravy. Everything else sounds fine.

Limebritzer Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:37

I feel like the Canadians do a similar dish with Cheese and gravy? I say go for it, nothing that has brie on it can be gross!

nottinghamgal Thu 29-Dec-16 12:21:49

Sounds like a posh poutine!!

sophiestew Thu 29-Dec-16 12:22:31

I love chips and gravy. Would leave the brie out of it though....

Bluntness100 Thu 29-Dec-16 12:22:44

Cheese and gravy sounds awful to me to be honest, especially Brie . 😱

SaucyJack Thu 29-Dec-16 12:22:49

Any Thai sweet chilli dipping sauce then?

It does need some sort of condiment to finish it off.

malificent7 Thu 29-Dec-16 12:23:21

Brie and cranberry sarnies for me!

PuntasticUsername Thu 29-Dec-16 12:23:48

Yep. Do it for me. Sounds fantastic. I'm proud of you OP.

SittingDrinkingTea Thu 29-Dec-16 12:25:35

I'd cook the chips, then slice the brie and put on on the chips, top with the jalapeños and put it all under the grill for a couple of minutes until it's bubbling.

Boundaries Thu 29-Dec-16 12:27:22

Is the Brie under the gravy? That might be a bit gross...

HardLightHologram Thu 29-Dec-16 12:30:51

Brie under the gravy so it goes all melty.

I should say that I often have chips with mozzarella and gravy so there is a precedent. It's just that I've run out of mozzarella and have a surfeit of Brie.

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