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It is that time of year again when Lay’s lets the public create a new potato chip flavor and the country votes on their favorites. Last year’s winner, Cheesy Garlic Bread, won against Sriracha and Chicken & Waffles (I really liked Chicken & Waffles, so I was sad to see that go). 663 more words
As a young person, I learned how to NOT open a bag of chips. When one pulls on each opposite side of the package until it opens, if there is too much force, the sack is going to unexpectedly pop open, Jack-In-The-Box style, and chips are going to be flung into the air, onto the person’s head (probably) and all over the ground! 434 more words
I can’t get enough of these Jalapeño flavoured chips. Random I know but a memorable part of my trip. When I’m peckish I reach out for these crisps, after a night out I want these crisps, when I’m tired, I’ve even introduced friends I’ve made here to them including Mexicans themselves. 72 more words
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As a former fat guy, I still often crave sugar as well as salty treats. I regularly snacked on chocolate and then potato chips when I was busy losing my battle of the bulge. 109 more words
Months ago, the announcement of Lay’s “Do us a Flavor” competition is on and four new chips have been released onto America’s ever-growing snack hole. But unlike the last flavor set that gave us Cheesy Garlic Bread, this year, the new flavors come in four three individual styles, two of them are the classic chip, Wavy, regular and kettle-cooked which are my favorite. 574 more words