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Absolutely addicted to the Cheese & New York Deli relish ones. My god.
I had some air popped crisps, different brand. They were awful. Like eating loft insulation.
Just try some of these.
I quite liked them though, perhaps I should try loft insulation too. Although there was one thing that I didn't like: the packet was smaller than the other packets of crisps.
Doesn't stop me finishing off a packet in about 10 minutes.
Chill out Rigadon.
the cartoon was good, I used to look forward to getting our of school and watching it on a Thursday afternoon.
Series 2 was an abomination.
The whole range, but those cheese and deli relish are definitely the winners. 2nd place goes to the Louisiana BBQ
in so much as they make the eater superbly happy because they are so delicious
this will require investigation
I have nothing more to say.
*floats away in hot-air balloon*
*Around the World with Willy Fog episode ends on meaningful note*
Are they available in most supermarkets?
I'd hate to speculate about Asda and Waitrose (other supermarket options are available) but Tesco for one have certainly been running promotions on this delicious range of lump based snacks. one visit to Tesco even allowed me to taste a small sample whilst i was considering which type of tinned beans offered the best economic value
Waitrose = yes
Sainsburys = no
One stop = yes
next to the deli counter
CURSE YOU ELY SAINSBURYS
on the other hands Kettle Chips Lime and Black Pepper are the shit
and very often on offer I find...
I used to like their old style crisps too which they have ditched in favour of these
He comes, he goes and he comes again. Always bringing us the crisps of the world.
He sold it before it got massive and bought a massive house near Wimbledon, where he launched an organic dog food company.
He taught me that giving stuff away for free at trade shows is pointless. If you want people to remember your brand, make them pay for free samples.
He was a lovely man, to be fair.
and he was getting nowhere at trade fairs - his solution was to offer live demonstrations and workshops because what he does is quite a specialist skill. People go away with a memory of the experience then.