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    Which is right?

    I say mix it up baby! Also, Parma or Parmi? I guess that one might be a regional thing, but it's definitely Parma where I'm from

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    Parma.
    I don't care how it served as long as tastes great.

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    Parma, preferably not on the chips. I find it makes them go soggy. But I'd still eat it regardless. Yummo.

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    Yep, Parma round these parts too and I'm with LLH...As long as it's delish I don't give a crap how it's presented on the plate!!! It all goes down the same way after all!!!

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    Definitely the top one. I would have called it a parmie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    The top one is Okay.

    HappyBovine's food rule # 5 - don't put anything on top of fries.

    I think I would say Parma??? Never had it though so couldn't be sure.
    Say whaaaaa? Girl you haven't even lived until you've had a good pub Parma

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    Parma. Parmi sounds like baby talk which drives me mad.
    Im controversial - no chips! Vegetables all the way.

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    Ok.... Vegetables or salad?
    @Lincolns mummy I assumed chips were a given!

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    Parmie - Parma just sounds weird to me.
    I don't mind how it comes on the plate or what it's served with, I'll happily eat it!

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    90% of the time I'm a chips and salad girl. And it's gotta have the ham on top, too.


 

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