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RosscoPCole

2,490 posts

95 months

Monday 1st April 2013
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Walkers cheese & onion Square crisps.
Though never in a sandwich, has to be a Scottish morning roll.

wijit

1,386 posts

96 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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So;
1-Go with beer=The aforementioned Brannigans Roast Beef and Mustard
2-Go with a sandwich=I'm a bit partial to Pringles Barbeque.
3-Go INSIDE a sandwich=Fangs (I'm a bit older than most of you chaps, you'll have to trust me on this).
4-Just eat-Walkers Worcester Sauce.
5-Throw at a Swan=Any plain/ready salted.

I saw an earlier comment about snacks vs. crisps. The op didn't actually say "Potato Crisps" therefore I shall utilise all snacky tools available!

bacchus180

776 posts

205 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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Man Crisps..




Pferdestarke

7,092 posts

108 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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I've just raided the crisp bag for a packet if the above. I'm now enjoying a mild chilli burn and salty aftertaste. They're great crisps!

drivin_me_nuts

17,949 posts

132 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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1. Go with beer?

Cheese and Onion

2. Go with a sandwich?

Smokey Bacon

3. Go INSIDE a sandwich?

Walkers thai sweet chilli

4. Just eat?

Cheese nacho tortilla

5. Throw at a swan?

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DoctorX

3,490 posts

88 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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bacchus180 said:
Man Crisps..


No, these are man crisps:

Pferdestarke

7,092 posts

108 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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I've had my fair share from Seabrook's - using their online shop which is very fun to use.

I find their flavours robust and crinkle cut texture great.

More of a Northern bias so I'm told? Or is that just crisps in general?

DoctorX

3,490 posts

88 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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Pferdestarke said:
I've had my fair share from Seabrook's - using their online shop which is very fun to use.

I find their flavours robust and crinkle cut texture great.

More of a Northern bias so I'm told? Or is that just crisps in general?
Speaking as a Northerner, given the choice (and with the exception of the above) I think I'd take a bag of Walkers over the equivalent bag of Seabrooks. The texture of Seabrooks are just a bit airy for my liking - doesn't seem like a slice of potato if you seen what I mean, a bit re-formed. Definitely preferable to those rock hard kettle chip type crisps though. Seabrooks do have some excellent flavours (e.g. pickled onion) which Walkers don't offer though.

However, nothing beat a canny bag of Tudour...

Evoluzione

2,896 posts

164 months

Tuesday 2nd April 2013
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Pferdestarke said:
More of a Northern bias so I'm told?
Possibly, they are made there in Bradford and have done well to survive as a business since 1945, not much else has.

Steve Evil

9,610 posts

150 months

Thursday 4th April 2013
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DoctorX said:
bacchus180 said:
Man Crisps..


No, these are man crisps:
They're both pretty girly in comparison to the Nandos jobbies though. Sorry ladies.