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

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  • Quackers
    Quackers Posts: 10,157 Forumite
    MSE_Martin wrote:
    Seabrook and Mccoys are very close for me :)

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  • :A Roast Lamb are the best crisps in the whole wide world:
  • angelcake
    angelcake Posts: 4,496 Forumite
    cheese and onions.... although the popadoms sweet chilli or something like that....... they are like walkers sensations..... I ate the whole bag!!

    I like skips......oh and hula hoops.....lush!!!
    :p:p Angel :p:p
  • elfmay
    elfmay Posts: 18,716 Forumite
    MSE_Martin wrote:
    Now that's a good post. If I could award stars for posts that would win it.

    I agree with you but would like to add in 'fish n chips' which are a minaly northern thing, but still available from poundstretcher, and 1980's M&S potatoe sticks. Plus SnV french fries, but not the crisps themselves, just the little bit of flavouring that remains in the bottom of the packet at the end!

    Martin

    Great! Couldn't be a 'bubbly' thread I wowed yah on could it! :rolleyes: :rotfl:

    Ohh yah can't beat Ringo's for the tons of flavouring left at the bottom of the pack! Literally burns yah tongue numb! Fantastic stuff :D

    Ohh now fish & chips, there's a blast from the past. Don't think yah can get more Northern than Liverpool, (awaits tedious geography lesson from someone! :o :rotfl: ), poundstretcher you say? :think:
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  • elfmay
    elfmay Posts: 18,716 Forumite
    Beebeeb wrote:
    :A Roast Lamb are the best crisps in the whole wide world:

    I literally gagged when I tried Lamb flavour crisps. They're just so so wrong! :o

    Sorry same for those horrid smelly scampi fries! They smell like pee! :o
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  • pandas66
    pandas66 Posts: 18,811 Forumite
    Whilst it's nothing to do with MoneySaving, I'm a major crisp fan but only Salt & Vinegar, Worcester Sauce and Pickled Onion count. To settle a serious discourse between myself and philistine Cheese & Onion and Ready Salted fans, I need your votes. If you were marooned on a desert island with only one crate of crisps, which of these (non-poncy) flavours would you hope for?

    Barbeque
    Beef
    Cheese & Onion
    Cheese
    Pickled Onion
    Prawn Cocktail
    Ready Salted
    Roast Chicken
    Salt & Vinegar
    Smokey Bacon
    Spicy/Hot
    Worcestershire Sauce

    Vote here or click reply to represent the flavour closest to your heart.

    Listen to Martin mutter about this: http://mutterings.moneysavingexpert.com/crisps.mp3

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    I thought this was going to be a decent serious debate on crisp flavours till I saw all those I have highlighted.
    IMO the only ones that should be included for the poll are the tried and tested 'Old favourites'
    Ready Salted
    Cheese and Onion
    Salt and Vinegar

    These are the go with anything flavours, pop them in a any sandwhich, any lunch box and you'll never offend anyone.

    All except Salt and Vinegar which are evil and smell of sweaty feet.

    No offence but they are wrong.
    Panda xx

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  • nodwah
    nodwah Posts: 1,742 Forumite
    Salt and vinegar is the only flavour the more eye-wateringly vinegary the better, Mccoy's malt vinegar are the best they're so strong I get a migrane every time I eat them but it's worth it ( and my local pound shop sells them)
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  • nodwah
    nodwah Posts: 1,742 Forumite
    nodwah wrote:
    Salt and vinegar is the only flavour the more eye-wateringly vinegary the better, Mccoy's malt vinegar are the best they're so strong I get a migrane every time I eat them but it's worth it ( and my local pound shop sells them)


    BTW - and all cheesy "flavours" smell of sick

    esp wotsits
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  • MSE_Martin
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