I love salt and vinegar chips too. Oh and jalapeno, dill and mesquite bbq chips. I should prolly go for the baked chips because they are better for you but I just cannot bring myself to love baked chips. I love the oily, crispy, salty, crunchy texture enough to kill me.
I found it funny, when living in the UK, the "cheese and chives" thing. In the States, we don't have that flavor. We have sour cream & onion instead... which, at least when I lived there, y'all didn't have up there!
The ones I buy the most are plain original Lay's. They taste good, don't have any weird ingredients, and I can buy them in small packages (because I will eat the whole bag, no matter how big or small it is). The chips I enjoy the most, however, are Cap Cod Sea Salt and Vinegar - yum.
Only one chip was good - New Era, which went out of distribution here in the 1960s. The image on the bag and can was one partial female silhouette by the 1960s and a blurb about being healthy. The 1930s cans had action silhouettes as well. I think the chips were fried in peanut oil.
Do you have an unusual, but favorite, food you love to eat with potato chips?My favorite combination with potato chips would be: Pretzels! Love to eat both pretzels and chips together. They make a good pair. Are there any favorite foods you love to combine with chips that just makes you...
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