I had to try it. I don't keep any of the items on-hand. I had no ketchup, no white bread, and no chips in the house. So I drove to the nearest market, which was a little Asian grocery store. Japan and the U.K. both measure in grams and liters. Figured there are some similarities. Here are the chips/crisps I got. I think the "Rich" cut is supposed to be "Ridge Cut" as in "Ruffles have ridges". I was advised to get flavored crisps. So these are sour cream and onion.
Bread I got:
I've had pastries from this Asian bakery before. They make a nice onion-cheese bread. I had this sour cream thing from there as well. I'd avoid it. It was basically a loaf with 1 inch cubes of sour cream mixed in.
Anyway, the bread today was fresh baked. yummy. I buttered the bread because I think I read that was what you're supposed to do. Then I piled on the chips. I read you're supposed to put 30 chips on the bread. I got 15 on there.
Next came the Tommy K sauce. I assumed this was ketchup because of the tomato pattern. I later realized it did say ketchup.
It wasn't bad tasting either. I think CP#1 said it is best with bacon-flavored crisps, but I couldn't find any at the Asian Market. I poured myself a diet coke (or coke lite as they call it in Mexico) which was the perfect compliment to the saltiness of the sandwhich.
Next I will tackle the Banoffee pie. Yeah, maybe Thanksgiving.