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    Did you know that today is National Potato Chip Day in the USA?

    Hmmm, neither did I until I got an e-mail from Subway for free chips with a sub for national chip day. I had to go look this up and apparently we really do hove such a day. So in honor of the day, please post your favorite potato chip/s. We can make this Universal chip/crisp (UK) day. :)  


    This is my most favorite potato chip. 


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    You can read about national chip day here > http://bmchips.com/npd-2013-pr.aspx 


    I still can not believe we really have such a day....

    +4  Views: 1355 Answers: 9 Posted: 7 years ago
    Tags: potato chips
    Tommyh

    LIGHTLY SALTED? Not on ya life! I like 'em salty.Real salty.
    Colleen

    Moderator
    I use to be like that. Not anymore. If I ever need a chip soaked in salt, I'll get a can of Pringles. ;)

    9 Answers

    Many new flavors, the Cheddar is good, so are the original Lays, and the Salt and Vinegar, and the Jalapeno, anything but BBQ, I do not like them... 

    Not really keen on potato chips but these are the best I've tasted.


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    Colleen

    Moderator
    Wow!! A ginormous bag!! You sure do like them!
    ROMOS

    Nuthin small for me.
    :-)
    Tommyh

    Nuh! I wouldn't like them either.I only like one flavour.POTATO (With salt,lot's of it)
    Colleen

    Moderator
    ugh, you must have arteries like steal.
    Tommyh

    Yep! I have a cast iron constitution when it comes to my junk food.:)
    Tommyh

    Seriously tho, It's only salt replacement that I go for.We lose a lot of salt in our sub tropical enviroment.
    Colleen

    Moderator
    OK, as long as you're keeping it healthy ;)

    When we were kids a packet of "Panda" chips was essential when we went to the movies.They were sixpence a packet then,(5 cents).Those were the days.

    bulletman

    And Petrol was 32 cents a gallon.
    Tommyh

    You mean 3 Shillings & threepence.LOL.Ten Bobs worth of petrol would get you to work all week.LOL

    Ahhhh....Frito Lays......mmmmm....


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    Colleen

    Moderator
    Do you mean the chip or the corn chip? I love the corn chips.
    lindilou

    mmmmm....I fergot about those yummy corn chips...mmmmm ;)

    I open a bag and i can't stop -- this is my favourite.""

    Colleen

    Moderator
    I can not find a good crinkle cut here.
    bulletman

    May be i could send you a packet, if you like them a carton.:-)
    Colleen

    Moderator
    Thanks for the offer BM. I'm better off not liking them ;)

    Chips are what the Brits call 'crisps'. Chips to Brits are what the rest of the world calls 'fries'.

    Colleen

    Moderator
    Yes, I can include for that. So, do you have a favorite?
    nomdeplume

    salt & vinegar
    The traditional accompaniment to fish and chips
    (fries if you prefer).
    Colleen

    Moderator
    I never got a taste for salt and vinegar. They are a popular flavor here too.
    millie111

    Yes they are crisps to us!;-)..still love chips though!...Fish n chips in newspaper!...How very English!:-)Lmao!:-0
    Tommyh

    Hey! look down here Nom.We call 'em chips too.Except whe we go to McDonalds.
    figtree3

    My father used to buy 'Shoestring Potatoes' in a can. Oily and salty. They would be a cross-breed of both crisp and fry.
    I loved them as a child, wouldn't eat them today.
    millie111

    marmite crisps or tomato ketchup flavour..(ie cats up to most of you guys)!:-)yum!
    nomdeplume

    I can remember years ago when Smith's Crisps were delivered by dark blue vans. You cpould sound your horn and the driver would stop and sell you a bag of crisps. Probably 1950's.
    figtree3

    Sorry, I didn't mean to take up so much space;
    Walkers have been making potato chips since 1948.

    http://www.britishdelights.com/images/cw10.jpg

    Plain Rrrrufles have Rrrridges!


    I had no idea that we needed a potato chip day.


    Is tomorrow for the dips?


     

    Colleen

    Moderator
    Hahaha, I remember that commercial. I have no clue if today is a special day. Apparently according to the people on Facebook, yesterday was also pie day or was it Pi day.......they had me confused with all the pie and pi postings.

    No wonder they are called Patato heads,

    Colleen

    Moderator
    Who they?
    lindilou

    Potatoe...patato...sum say tamato...? ;D

    I just can't resist these!


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    Colleen

    Moderator
    I have not had their "canned" chips. Are they like Pringles?
    chelleanne

    They are similar! Lays chips are thicker and not as salty. At least not to me! They just taste better!


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