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Crisp Butties ??
#1
Seems like the new Walkers ad has started a massive national debate.

Crisp butties ?  Yay or Nay ?


I've tried them a couple of times and they're quite tasty but I just got pissed off that the crisps kept falling out all the time.
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#2
I haven't had a crisp butty since I was a nipper & I didn't much like them back then.

Now Bovril sandwiches, they were the bomb!  Tongue
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#3
Crisp butties nay, a piece and crisps however is where it’s at.
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#4
Were chip butties too difficult a recipe for crisp butty fans?
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#5
growing up in ireland these were a staple. Adding some into any sandwich is delish.
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#6
Adding crisps to a sandwich is a yes from me!
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#7
Walkers are collaborating with Subway.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/14561725/...andwiches/
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#8
Depends on the flavour of the crisps! Roast Chicken Crisp sandwiches they are da bomb
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#9
S&v crisps in a sandwich does it for me!
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#10
So do you butter the bread ?

I didn't think you did.. but maybe thats why the crisps always fall out ?
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#11
Some butter yeah, for many years I’ve been batch bread with some
Cream cheese spread on, prawn cocktail works especially well this way.
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#12
Definitely butter. Never had a problem with crisps falling out myself
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#13
(29-04-2021, 02:08 AM)RyCamp88 Wrote: growing up in ireland these were a staple. Adding some into any sandwich is delish.

Not just Irish staple, but think it needs to be done with a particular type/flavour. 

Tayto or King taste completely different to most other brands, especially UK brands, and are all the better because of it.
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#14
Ya know, once in a great while, I feel only slightly less bad about the quality of American food for the poor when I see people outside the US talk about doing things like putting potato chips/crisps on a sandwich.
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(30-04-2021, 06:04 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: Ya know, once in a great while, I feel only slightly less bad about the quality of American food for the poor when I see people outside the US talk about doing things like putting potato chips/crisps on a sandwich.

I can say with 100000000% certainty that US (and European) crisps/chips taste completely different from UK and Ireland style

You've also just reminded me, they did open a pop-up cafe in Dublin a few years ago where one of the brands (Tayto, they also have a theme-park) had pre-made crisp sandwiches. I'm...not sure what food they offer in the park though.
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(30-04-2021, 06:04 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: Ya know, once in a great while, I feel only slightly less bad about the quality of American food for the poor when I see people outside the US talk about doing things like putting potato chips/crisps on a sandwich.

Putting crisps in a sandwich is something done for asinine boredom by some in the UK. It's not comparable or even a quarter comparable to America's problems.
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#17
Do american crisps even contain potato ?

I'm sure I read that your cheese is just chlorine with yellow food colouring
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#18
(30-04-2021, 06:04 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: Ya know, once in a great while, I feel only slightly less bad about the quality of American food for the poor when I see people outside the US talk about doing things like putting potato chips/crisps on a sandwich.

Lived in America for a long time and I seen folk put Doritos inside their deli sandwiches, so get off your high horse. Anyway the fda standards are diabolical there.
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#19
(30-04-2021, 06:04 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: Ya know, once in a great while, I feel only slightly less bad about the quality of American food for the poor when I see people outside the US talk about doing things like putting potato chips/crisps on a sandwich.

It's well known that the quality of fresh food in the US is inferior to that in the EU.  If you want to taste a real tomato or peach or whatever then visit the EU.
Interestingly, very good tomatoes are grown in Florida, but Florida has a law prohibiting a particular good-tasting variety from being exported out of the state because they are ugly (thus tarnishing the image of Florida produce).  I forget what those tomatoes are called.  Everything else here is GMO.  No wonder the bees are disappearing.

(30-04-2021, 11:42 AM)Morgan11 Wrote: Putting crisps in a sandwich is something done for asinine boredom by some in the UK. It's not comparable or even a quarter comparable to America's problems.

I wish we had EU food regulations in this country.

(30-04-2021, 12:11 PM)ladsnet Wrote: Do american crisps even contain potato ?

Yes they do, but for God's sake stay away from Pringles at all costs.
I haven't kept up with it, but the original fat-free Pringles had an FDA-approved artificial fat substitute called Olestra (brand name Olean) which messed up any fat-soluble vitamins in the product so people using it had to fortify their diets to make up for the induced deficiency; side effects included diarrhea.  Needless to say, the processed food industry in the US is not concerned with nutritional content of its foods.  In this case Procter & Gamble.

I understand that the fat-free Pringles have been phased out (good!), but I wouldn't trust any of the other varieties of Pringles or for that matter any other processed foods from P&G.

(30-04-2021, 12:11 PM)ladsnet Wrote: I'm sure I read that your cheese is just chlorine with yellow food colouring

I don't eat cheese, but wouldn't be surprised if some of it is.

(30-04-2021, 12:47 PM)RyCamp88 Wrote: Anyway the fda standards are diabolical there.

The FDA is under intense pressure from the processed food industry.

The processed food industry in the US gets rich making us sick and then the pharmaceutical industry gets rich feeding us their pills.  It's an endless cycle.
If nobody got sick in this country it would be an economic disaster.
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#20
I've never heard of chlorine being in cheese. Now, if you want to talk chicken, that's a different story. Cheese in a spray can is not real, of course, but that's not really supposed to be real in the first place. Unfortunately, too many Americans will fight to their dying breaths to make everything as cheap to buy as possible as long as it doesn't literally instantly kill you or cause something like fast appearing cancer. I mean it, so many Americans want things to be cheap above all else because they've been brainwashed about money.
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