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Best Potato Chips

acidboy

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So which one would be considered the best?
 

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i like the crispety , crackly ones that are thick and have alot of bubbles for alot of depth and richness when eating .
especially when they are dusted with some sour cream or cheddar flavoring
i think they would be some sort of kettle potato chips or homemade artisan types that you see as mom and pop brands.

i dont like the mainstream lays, fritos, etc type chips. too plain
 

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I really enjoy Tim's Cascade Sweet Maui Onion, Sea Salt and Vinegar,Sour Cream and Onion, and etc. I like some of the weird ones too. Dill Pickle, Steak, and the original Cajun. I wasn't real fond of the Coney Island flavor, or the honey mustad however.

There are two "not exactly chips" that I can eat forever though, Smartfood White Cheddar Cheese popcorn and Bugles (original) Ranch flavor. I don't think they make the original ranch Bugles anymore. Probably carcinogenic or something.
 

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Black pepper and lemon, simply amazing. Purely amazing.
 

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Zapp's Cajun Craw-Taters. Crispy chips with crawdad seasoning on them. Mmm.
 

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The original Cape Cod chip is still excellent in my book.

One I had recently was the Route 11 Dill Pickle. Pretty strong.
 

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pscolari;624418 said:
The original Cape Cod chip is still excellent in my book. QUOTE]

Double true on the Cape Cods. Stupendous.
 

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I'm a Cape Cod fanboy, been eating them ever since we first visited the plant in Cape Cod years ago.
 

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Another vote for Cape Cod. Been eating them since I visited cape cod as a child. First time I had them was at a cottage we'd rented for a month while watching a James Bond marathon.
 

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You can't beat Cape Cod. Especially not the sea salt & cracked pepper variety.
 

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Originally Posted by Connemara
You can't beat Cape Cod. Especially not the sea salt & cracked pepper variety.

QFT!
 

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My chip of choice is Deep River Snacks Sweet Maui Onion.

Edited to correct name of company.
 

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