Hey there, My buddy and i (who's a scot) were just carping about how one can't find real, authentic british-style fish and chips in the U.S. I lived in Great Britain for a year a while back, and fondly remember stopping at the chippy on my way back from school, and the wonder of fish and greasy chips, wrapped in newspaper, with grease running down my arms and chin. Nowhere either of us have been in the States gets it right. Some places come close, and many make the claim, but i've never, ever found anything that was like real British fish and chips here. So, what's the secret? He thinks it's that they were cooked in lard, but i don't know. Any ideas?