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What's your favorite chip/crisp?

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by macneill, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. macneill

    macneill Rollin’ on 33s

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    I like pretty much anything fried and covered with salt.

    I think anything Walkers makes is great, especially Marmite flavour.

    Lately, I'm into these Canadian chips called Mrs. Vickies Salt and Vinegar.
     
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    Love the salt, don't really need or enjoy the oil so much any more. You could probably put salt and vinegar on some cardboard and I'd eat it.
     
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    I love Doritos, and there is a company making Habenaro chips that are just killer, cant remember what they are called.
     
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    LOL...ditto.
     
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    I love salt and vinegar anything, too.

    What I need for chips, however, is dip. There are a couple of "Helluva Good" dips that I've been getting lately, as well as this really good Chipotle and Garlic salsa (for corn chips, of course) that I can only get at the HEB in Abilene...and I'm on my last jar (need to head back and see the fam soon, I guess).

    Chips without something to dip an/or scoop is like Jelly without Peanutbutter...
     
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    Tims Cascade Style potato chips. Jalapeno'.

    They're only sold in Oregon, Washington and Idaho. But I like them so much I order them direct from the manufactuter by the case. Only $36 for about 12 bags shipped via UPS isn't too bad.

    Tims also makes a killer sea salt/vinegar chip.
     
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    macneill Rollin’ on 33s

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    Damn, I forgot about Tims. We have them here in some specialty stores.

    That reminds that I forgot about Zapps too. They rule.
     
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    Utz. maryland and Pa area brand.
     
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    The caterer that does our luncheon things had some roasted red pepper coulis that had a little bite to it (cayenne? who knows). I would have dipped a tissue in it an ate it, it was that good. On a good corn chip it was killer.
     
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    bickels wipes the floor with them......
     
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    I had never heard the term 'crisps' used for chips until my stepbro's super-hot Scottish girlfriend was visiting... :D

    I like almost any kettle chips, thicker, crunchier...man those are good....mmmm...think I might get some tonight.. :D
     
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    Utz crab chips!!! Man I'm craving those. Seriously considered ordering a box of 6 bags online.

    Out here, I enjoy some Poore Brothers jalapeño chips. I saw they now have habañero chips now. May need to give those a try.
     
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    And what's up with "fries" being "chips?"
     
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    they drive on the wrong side of the road, and that suprises you?
     
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    I like these...


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    Tell me about it. Just got back from 10 days there.

    Weirdest thing to shift with your left hand and steer with the right.
     
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    No, got used to that, but this is what really weirded me out: LHD cars, if you turn left, you go up (car rolls to right, driver's side goes up); but in RHD cars, if you turn left, you go down (car still rolls to the right, but driver's side goes down).

    I never get used to that. :eek:
     
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    Hey Macneill, so how was the whole castle thingy you were going to? For a wedding anniversary right? Did you go out shooting, or off-roading? :D
     
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    Yep, it was anniversary. Clay pigeon shooting (Never fired a shot-gun before :princess: pretty cool!) , fly-fishing, falconry. Didn't end up at that particular castle, but there's pretty much a castle in every town. Kinda like pubs. Man, they've got some good beer there.

    I skipped the off-roading, I'm hoping that I can tag along with Thai.
     
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    Very cool! :cheers:

    I like clay pigeon shooting...also tried it with a rifle...that's ALOT harder, and it takes many, many shots of a quickly firing semi-auto gun...but I got one.. :D

    Sorry Thai can't offroad, he has a letter into the MB Engineers and they haven't gotten back to him yet.

    :D