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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 06-30-2011, 02:55 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by LONGHAIR View Post
Pringles are good even if there not a chip.......
They are the "candy" of the chip world. Mmm....


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I like the original Ruffles, some spicy kettle chips and onion dip. There are others, but these are my favorite.

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Default Taters ....................

I grew up eating deep fried potato's or what you call Kettle chips. When momma was in a hurry she would just wash off the dirt, slice the taters a quarter inch thick and fryem up in lard. One of my favorites is deep fried sweet potato sprinkled with sugar.....
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Onion dip over Ranch dip anytime....
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anyone remember O' Gradys, those real thick ridged chips they used to sell 10-15 years ago....i dont think they were local, but they were great.....i cant find em anymore, but they were my favorite chip growing up.

We also happened to live next door to the Vitners, so we used to get a big box of all their stuff at christmas too....ah, the good ole days.....

there is a produce store with a chip making machine here in the city that makes these awesome, thin tasty sweet potatoe chips.....currently my favorite- i think they're called Jimney chips becuase they're made with this patented Jimney chipmaking machine...

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Originally Posted by spittinfire View Post
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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