Chips and Crisps

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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby sandman » 06 Dec 2011, 11:14

an ethnically enhanced newspaper outlet.

Whaur ye goin'?

Ah'm awa' doon the Paki's fur a packet ay crisps.

Your problem, Hans, is that you chose Eddies Burt crisps. Richard is the fryer I favour.
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby 914 » 06 Dec 2011, 11:21

Where my Canadians at?

Old Dutch Ketchup Chips FTW!!!

Doritos Cool Ranch a close second.
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby tomthorne » 06 Dec 2011, 12:38

Super Hans wrote:
Lay's ready salted. With home made guacamole dip.


Ready salted is the socialist's choice.


I tend to eat them whilst perusing the Guardian and sipping on a glass of sparkling - but I do feel guilty about it so it's alright.
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby TainanCowboy » 06 Dec 2011, 16:47

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Both fried and baked. Potatoe chips of all kinds - even the legendary Bar-B-Q Chips. Plain Doritos, Cheesey Doritos and large 2 kilo bags of gourmet corn nachos just pleading to be smothered in cheese, baked till the melted gooey goodness is dripping off and then dunked in the fresh salsa, with cilantro, they have in the cooler section.
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby cfimages » 06 Dec 2011, 18:54

Took my own advice and picked up a pack of Burts salt and vinegar just now. Fried by Sam.
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby Indiana » 06 Dec 2011, 19:05

I used to love crisps when I was a kid, but stopped liking them as an adult....but if you put a bag of Walker's Salt and Vinegar Crisps in front of me, I get absolutely weak in the knees and will finish the whole bag off!!!
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby rice_t » 06 Dec 2011, 19:28

I am nearly always disappointed with chips at 7 etc. I still think nothing beats German Paprika Chips, Chio are good, but so are many of the cheap noname brands. I do enjoy French plain salt and British salt'n vinegar, too, though.

In Taiwan I eat peanuts or Pea Crackers (可樂果).
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Re: Chips and Crisps

Postby Steviebike » 06 Dec 2011, 21:02

cfimages wrote:Took my own advice and picked up a pack of Burts salt and vinegar just now. Fried by Sam.


I took your advice too! Thanks for that. Really enjoyed.
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