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adri027's avatar

Anyone down for some chips?

Asked by adri027 (1415points) February 27th, 2009

whats your favorite?

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25 Answers

Aethelwine's avatar

Plain ‘ol Pringles.

adri027's avatar

I like the chile limon lays,limon lays. I also like the baked chips from Trader Joes and panera, and chips from mexico they just tase so much better.

NaturalMineralWater's avatar

Lately it has been Lay’s bbq chips.. but it varies.

elijah's avatar

Thick cut ruffles or guacamole pringles

Bluefreedom's avatar

Barbecue
Sour Cream & Onion
Doritos
Fritos

Allie's avatar

I like SunChips.

TaoSan's avatar

Can’t really decide, all I know for sure is I hate all sour cream flavored ones

augustlan's avatar

Pretty much all of them. Except crab flavor… ew.

mcbealer's avatar

Kettle Chips sea salt & vinegar
Cape Cod robust russet
Sun Chips original these are awesome for homemade nachos

steve6's avatar

Grippo’s BBQ

bythebay's avatar

Herr’s Old Bay Chips or Utz’s Crab Chips
@augustlan: They’re soooo good – have you tried them?

elenamillaa's avatar

any chips are awesome in my opinion.
chips are just such a wonderful food. they’re always vegetarian and typically vegan. they can be extremely greasy and unhealthy, or nutritious and natural. and they really give you a satisfied feeling because of how full of taste they are. chips are a food many take for granted, thank you for appreciating their splendor :)

and i’d have to say my favorite would probably either be lays original or the kettle-cooked sea salt and vinegar.

AstroChuck's avatar

Earthquake chips. They are made by California Chips and are the greatest.
My second favorite chips are Tim’s Wasabi chips.

Jayne's avatar

I’m a big fan of cow chips myself. Mmm mmm.
Plus they’re good as fuel.

boffin's avatar

The Blue Hundred Dollar one’s from Caesar’s Palace….

babiturtle36's avatar

My favs, pringles & doritos. Plain kind.

Vinifera7's avatar

Better Made Salt & Vinegar. Mmmm…

Dorito’s Sweet and Spicy Chili is pretty good too.

augustlan's avatar

@bythebay I hate Old Bay seasoning… on anything. I am a bad, bad Maryland girl, I know. <Hangs head in shame.>

bythebay's avatar

<——falls on the floor clutching her heart…

AstroChuck's avatar

@augustlan- I suppose you hate crab as well, then.

augustlan's avatar

@AstroChuck It depends. I don’t like to eat whole crabs (too much work & too messy), but don’t mind the meat (as long as it’s not seasoned with Old Bay). I love king crab legs though!

AstroChuck's avatar

Back in the dark ages, when I still ate animals, I’d enjoy the crab on Fisherman’s Wharf in SF. Perhaps I’m trying to start a turf war, but the San Francisco stuff was much better (especially when eaten with sourdough) than the Maryland stuff.
Although, the blue crab from MD was pretty good, I must admit.

bythebay's avatar

It must truly just be a matter of personal preference, When I moved to California, one of the first things my friends did was take me to the SF Wharf for crab…yuck! All I wanted was some messy hands, some Old Bay and some vinegar. No turf war here AC; blue crabs are clearly superior! ;p

AstroChuck's avatar

Ah, but the best thing of all about going to Fisherman’s Wharf in the 1960s was the 99 cent abalone sandwiches (on sourdough, of course).

bythebay's avatar

Ok, we’re in total agreement on the abalone. So good!

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