Skip to comments.World's WORST Potato Chips...
Posted on 03/15/2012 7:58:47 AM PDT by Reaganite Republican
Answer to a question nobody (ever) asked
Octopus- those ought to stay-down
well after a long night's drinking
aka 'Louisiana Road-Kill'
|Can't I just get my hotdog next to the chips
-like in the picture?
And do my fellow Yanks know what HAGGIS consists of...?
(hint: makes Tijuana street-purchased chorizo look like prime rib)
The burger chips don’t sound so bad.
We were endlessly amused by the chip flavors we found when we visited China last summer. eg. Duck Soup flavored chips.
I eat shrimp flavored chips all the time. Not so bad with a beer. Very bad with 6 beers.
I suspect “Walker’s” is Lay’s for Brits.
Odd-flavored chips are very popular in Britain.
My daughter brought me back a selection from London.
Quite good really.
Much more imagination in this than we see in the US.
AYE ‘n’ ah’ll be havin’ the Haggis crisps, lad......’n’ dunna be speakin’ ill o’ da haggis ere I toss ya like a kaber!!!!!!!!!
Lamb & Mint refers to the mint jelly often used with a nice lamb meal.
But I still prefer ketchup with my lamb.
“Much more imagination in this than we see in the US”
And probably wasting a lot more money doing it.
Did you try the blueberry flavored potato chips?
When good animal fats to fry and cook with were banned by the food-nazis, all the good snacky stuff became gone forever. This includes the canned cashew nuts I loved, plus other treats too numerous to mention.
I used to snarf a whole small luncheon bag of chips at a sitting....now, just one or two bites of ANY brand make me barf.
Is haggis anything like polish Kiska?
(*I love Kiska)
Anything that’s baked.
Yes it is
I have spent some time on mainland Europe, and particularly the Germans had GREAT chips... cheese/onion, garlic, and such with quite natural flavoring, wonderful
Some of these British ones, tho... I dunno, man
So. You think you’re better than Willie?
LOL, yes, not good.
We loved the Chinese food in general though. Except they never take the bones out of anything. Kind of annoying eating around the chopped up chicken bones.
Haggis is (Scottish) sheep’s innards cooked in a sheep stomach, with pepper corns throughout to mask the stench lol
He said: "This gentle Cajun flavouring will be delicious for the public and although the idea might sound bizarre, it really works. No squirrels were harmed in the making of these crisps!"
So this is some type of mock squirrel? Or did they get the squirrel flavor from the squirrels without harming them?
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