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    favorite chips (or crisps)

    So I figured I would make a companion thread to the favorite soda thread and have us discuss what our favorite chips (Or crisps if you're across the pond) are and why we love them.

    I have couple of favorites. I'm fond of the Dutch Crunch Bistro blend.

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    I always loved these. The herbs and spices used make it exquisite. They have calories out the ass (But then again, don't they all?) but I do get a bag of these once in a blue moon to treat myself.

    My big favorite though is the Boulder Canyon Cracked Salt and Pepper chips.

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    I remember my job had a vending machine that would serve them now and again and that's how I got hooked on them. The saltiness combined with the spice of the pepper makes this one of the most addictive foods ever. It's one of those foods I have to be careful with because I can eat an entire bag of these and not know it until it's too late. Still, it's mighty delicious.

    I do still like Doritos. I used to love the nacho cheese ones but I found myself going towards cool ranch more and more. I think it's more for the fact that it's a lot less messy (That nacho cheese dust really gets all over your fingers) than the actual quality of the chip itself. A runner up would be the BBQ chips that Jimmy Johns serve. I'm a sucker for BBQ anything and those chips are so good that I usually eat that first before I eat the sandwich.

    Anywho, bring on what chips you love to eat!

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    The Kettle brand chips are the ones I have the most. But overall I'm more of a Shapes guy.

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    Found these bad boys at a Big Lots discount store back in college. These chips brought a tear to my eye the first time I tried them, but what's even more sad is that I cannot find a second tin of these to save my life. I guess some things in life are too good to be tied down to consumerism.
    A boy has the right to dream. There are endless possibilities stretched out before him. What awaits him down the path he will then have to choose; the boy doesn't always know. At some point the boy then becomes an adult, and learns what he was able to become. Joy and sadness will forever accompany this. He is confronted with a choice; when this happens, does he bid his past farewell in his heart? Once a boy becomes an adult, he can no longer go back to being a boy; the boy is now a man. Only one thing can be said: "A boy has the right to dream.". For those endless possibilities are stretched out before him.

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    Uglies Salt & Vinegar chips. 'nuff said, this is the thread-stopper.
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    This is very niche and midwestern, but Better Made chips are the superior chip. Any flavor.
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    Crap, as soon as I posted that I forgot to make an honorable mention:

    Hula Hoops because I'm nostalgic and this was a staple of my childhood when I visited England all the time.

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    Haha, Hula Hoops are great. My favourite flavour was always beef. I do like quite a lot of brands of crisps/chips including a few mentions here. Kettle are great. I had a bag of these today.

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    Most Pringles flavours are great but I took a particular liking to the nacho cheese ones.

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    The below corn-based snacks are delicious. I'm surprised they don't appear to have made it to the USA since they look and taste like bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    Most Pringles flavours are great
    This one was your favorite, right? I think I remember you mentioning this?? Could be wrong but I think you said: "Quote me on this one, bruv."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zemekis View Post
    This one was your favorite, right? I think I remember you mentioning this?? Could be wrong but I think you said: "Quote me on this one, bruv."
    Damn it man, you got me. I have tried some of the interesting flavours and that one is good. We all like that kind of thing here as one of our most popular flavours is pickled onion. I also simply have a thing for food (or for instance the Duff Energy I ordered from the US) that's actually a kind of merchandise for TV shows, games, so forth. Like when you showed me the cookbook you've been using during lockdown.

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    It takes a lot of fan loyalty to buy a whole book just to cook recipes from a show you love. I gotta say I'd start cooking a lot more if they had this kind of thing for Outlaw Star, but hell knows where the ingredients are for a Ctarl stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    Damn it man, you got me. I have tried some of the interesting flavours and that one is good. We all like that kind of thing here as one of our most popular flavours is pickled onion. I also simply have a thing for food (or for instance the Duff Energy I ordered from the US) that's actually a kind of merchandise for TV shows, games, so forth. Like when you showed me the cookbook you've been using during lockdown.

    favorite chips (or crisps)-w5wmbxy-png

    It takes a lot of fan loyalty to buy a whole book just to cook recipes from a show you love. I gotta say I'd start cooking a lot more if they had this kind of thing for Outlaw Star, but hell knows where the ingredients are for a Ctarl stew.
    the cookbook i've been using during lockdown...for toilet paper.
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