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Old 20-02-2013, 5:31 PM
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Default What is your favourite crisp flavour?

Poll started 22 Feb 2013

We thought we'd break with the MoneySaving and have a little bit of fun on our birthday weekend. So we want to know what your favourite crisp flavour is, of those listed in this week's poll.

It's crunch time, tell us your pick.





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Old 22-02-2013, 3:00 PM
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Mouth now watering at the thought of Pickled Onion Monster Munch...
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What no 'I don't eat crisps' option?
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Old 22-02-2013, 4:10 PM
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Default Not just any Cheese and Onion

Has to be Walkers or Tayto Cheese and onion. None of your fancy aged chedder and spanish red onion rubbish, just bog standard cheese and onion. To make them perfect they have to be chilled beforehand.
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I love Worcester Sauce crisps but when you could get Marmite crisps they were fab! After a night on the town though only a salt and vinegar crisp sandwich will do
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Walkers Tomato Ketchup, Seabrooks Beefy then McCoys chargrilled steak in that order
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No Tayto on the list.
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Has to be Walkers or Tayto Cheese and onion. None of your fancy aged chedder and spanish red onion rubbish, just bog standard cheese and onion. To make them perfect they have to be chilled beforehand.
Chilled crisps?

CHILLED CRISPS?

What is wrong with you?!
Who made hogs and dogs and frogs?
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No Tayto on the list.


That's because, over here, they're stuffed in the Ethnic Foods aisle at ASDA, along with Barry's Tea and tins of Flahavans Oats.

They are the best crisps I have ever tasted though. As long as they're salt 'n' vinegar.
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I don't normally eat crisps but if there was a packet of cracked black pepper and sea salt Kettle Chips in front of me I couldn't resist. On the other hand, I wouldn't touch any weird flavours though I liked them as a kid/teen...Hostess ketchup, Walkers prawn, Monster Munch, Hula Hoops, Wotsits, Quavers, KP Skips, Pringles.. not that my mother bought them for me
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I still miss hedgehog flavour crisps *sob*
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I don't eat them very often, but am very boring as usually prefer salted (although am partial to cheesy wotsits).
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I still miss hedgehog flavour crisps *sob*
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That's because, over here, they're stuffed in the Ethnic Foods aisle at ASDA, along with Barry's Tea and tins of Flahavans Oats.

They are the best crisps I have ever tasted though. As long as they're salt 'n' vinegar.
Shocking What's ethnic about us Paddies? Got to be cheese & onion for me though.

BTW - I miss the Hedgehog ones too
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Salt and Vinger (Seabrooks are best!)
Cheese and onion are tasty too (Pipers ftw)
Did really like smoky bacon and roast chicken by Walkers (I'm vegetarian but they didn't contain anything dead and tasted good) but they've changed them and added pork and chicken based flavourings to them Seabrooks beef are veggie friendly but taste god awful.
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i like just plain chicken( got to be walkers though)
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sour cream Stackers! gorgeous. with cream cheese garlic and herb dip (homemade).
don't eat crisps otherwise.
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Those fish and chip ones that came in the packet printed like newspaper .
They were tasty.
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Shocking What's ethnic about us Paddies? Got to be cheese & onion for me though.

BTW - I miss the Hedgehog ones too


I used to like them, too. And, if I remember rightly, some money from every purchase went to St Tiggywinkles by the late 80s.
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Walkers Sensations Thai Sweet Chilli

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I used to love the Tomato flavoured Snaps. I also like the Scampi flavoured Nik Nak's & Frazzles.
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