Fish & Chips are as British as bacon and eggs, Morecambe & Wise, wind and rain… you get what we’re saying. Blighty’s best-known dish has long been synonymous with these fair isles, but less so with the United States. One man who managed to build a fast-food empire in America on this particular dish was Haddon Salt, who in the 1960s started opening stores everywhere (eventually totalling 500). They attracted the attention of Kentucky Fried Chicken and the rest, as they say, is history. This great little New York Times documentary lets Haddon tell his amazing story.
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