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View Poll Results: What is your potato chip preference?
traditional thin chip 5 10.42%
Wavy or ridged chip 12 25.00%
thick kettle cooked chip 22 45.83%
traditional flavored plain chip 6 12.50%
dill or salt and vinegar 5 10.42%
barbecue flavor 6 12.50%
jalapeno or other spicy/exotic flavor 12 25.00%
onion dip 12 25.00%
dill dip 0 0%
ranch dip 5 10.42%
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Old 06-28-2011, 05:59 PM   #11
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These chips are the epitome of chips. Oh, so good. Mrs. Fischers chips. But I think they might be a regional/local thing, I'm not sure.

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These chips are the epitome of chips. Oh, so good. Mrs. Fischers chips. But I think they might be a regional/local thing, I'm not sure.

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I'll have to check those out next time we're through there.
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I'll have to check those out next time we're through there.
You might be able to get them where you live. I'm not sure. But do get some next time your in the Rockford area. They are very good.
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We make our own potato chips using a mandolin and frying them in lard. Freshly made chips with sea salt, onion dip along with a cold glass of Bock beer can't be beat. They do go stale pretty fast but usually don't last that long.

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We make our own potato chips using a mandolin and frying them in lard. Freshly made chips with sea salt, onion dip along with a cold glass of Bock beer can't be beat. They do go stale pretty fast but usually don't last that long.
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Kettle Cooked Jalapeno.

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Bettingers Potato Chips. Tell City, Indiana.

Small, family owned business in the town my Grandmother lived in. Absolutely the best kettle cooked chips ever! The used to be made in Mr. Bettingers garage up the alley from Grandmothers, sold 2 Lbs. at a time in a paper grocery sack. They have since (probably at the urging of the county health department ) grown into a proper "factory" (20'x20' or so building) and while a lot of the chips are packaged for retail sale you can still walk into the factory and buy a plain clear plastic bag with 2 Lbs of chips.

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Pringles are NOT potato chips. They are so foul they do not deserve to be called junk food. Sorry if I've offended Winds, but I can not remain silent in the face of blasphemy.

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The best chips in the world are Good's chips made in Lancaster, PA. They are made with potatoes, lard and salt....kettle cooking at it's finest. Make sure it's Good's in the blue bag, not the red.

I do enjoy a nice salt and vinegar chip though.

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I like a little bit of anything, preferably a thick chip and some french onion dip.

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