I’ve mentioned before how much I LOOOOOOVEEE hot chips. MMMM …
But they’re kind of hard to find, which is odd since potatoes are gluten-free. The problem however is two-fold: cross-contamination from gluteny products in the cooking oil, and chips that are more than just potato and oil (e.g. flavourings and coatings).
Recently while driving home from work I noticed a new kid on the block – Fish Punk located on Grey Street, Hamilton. This is not your average takeaways. The outside is decorated street-art style with spray paint branding, and corrugated iron. Once you step in you’re greeted by the entire staff hollering “Fish Punk!” at you. It sounds a bit scary, but it feels like a big friendly hug hello.
The menu for gluteys is extensive, and if you explain your allergy requirements they’re super careful with handling and cooking.
After trying yoga for the first time recently, I treated us to dinner (you can dine-in, or takeaway – I chose takeaway because #Television). And, for the first time in years I had a burger and chips. OMG a burger! It was amazing! And I can happily report, there were no food allergy issues – hoorah! My husband had a normal person burger and also reported deliciousness.
Tonight we’re going again and I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been thinking about dinner ALL day. ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL … day.
Check out the noms for yourself.
Today is a short blog post, but it’s full of interesting coeliac stuff I’ve been reading over the last three months.