Salt & Vinegar v Cheese & Onion! Which are the ultimate crisps?

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  • t_i_g_e_rr wrote:
    Cheese and Onion crisps need beer (then they are good). Is there any beer on the island?

    Anyway, salt and vinegar should win. Anyone who thinks any different must be wrong. This is scientific...

    Crisps compare to chips! Fish and chip shops don't have cheese and onion on their counters do they?
    ... or Worcester Sauce, but they would serve ready salted... Oh... oops. Erm... Oh, Oh! They do have pickled onions. (phew) Case proven.
  • rapido
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  • jat100
    jat100 Posts: 178 Forumite
    Sorry Martin, I voted for Cheese and Onion............:D but they would have to be Walkers.

    The best crisp type food has to be those Parnip and Beetroot vegetable crisps. But then maybe I'm strange - I also like Walkers Marmite crisps, Thai Sweet Chilli Sensations (when I can afford them), the 10p Space Raiders Pickled Onion flavour and most Pringles flavours. I also remember the wonderful Potato Puffs (if that's what they're called) - I'm sure I used to take them to school for break times in the 70's/ 80's. I'm sure I've seen something similar somewhere since then but I can't remember where.......:(
  • The real question here is...

    Is it Green or Blue for Cheese & onion?
  • Seabrook ready salted are the ultimate crisps, definatley NOT walkers. Had some walkers ready salted a couple of weeks ago as they were on offer in Tesco, bad idea. They are like paper, no satisfying crunch like seabrook.

    http://www.seabrookcrisps.com/

    As a second choice, I like Kettle Chips Sea Salt with Crushed Black Peppercorns or lightly salted. Shame you can't buy Kettle Chips in 'lunchbox' sized bags.

    In my opinion, texture is equally important as flavour when it comes to crisps.
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  • MSE_Martin
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    Seabrook and Mccoys are very close for me :)
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    Seabrook and Mccoys are very close for me :)
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    Seabrook and Mccoys are very close for me :)
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    Seabrook and Mccoys are very close for me :)
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  • Hi

    My favourite crisps are simply good old Salt n vinegar flavour, and they must be Walkers !! Enjoying the new baked ones too, only about 98 cal per bag, good excuse to eat more of them :)

    regards
    justwannabeloved
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