You tell me what chip you eat, I’ll tell you who you are.
Sour Cream and Onion? You ate paste as a child. You wear lots of flannel.
BBQ? You drive an SUV and love the WWF.
Salt and Vinegar?
Well here we hit a wall. To me there was no one more exotic, no one more outside the norm than the person eating Salt and Vinegar potato chips. These were the kids in the schoolyard eating alone in dark corners with flies buzzing. Hence the Salt and Vinegar chapter in William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies.”
But, as you are well aware, there is no taste challenge too great for this gourmet to overcome. I purchased a bag of Salt & Vinegar chips a few weeks back and now–I’m afraid to admit–I’m addicted.
Specifically, Kettle Chips’ Sea Salt and Vinegar chips at Whole Foods. I buy it when I buy sushi. They are so delicious and so addictive. They whisk one away to a tropical island, surrounded by boys in loincloths fighting over a conch shell. And now that I’ve eaten all these chips, they’re calling me Piggy. Should I worry?
4 thoughts on “My New Addiction”
Match this with a Leinenkugel. Good bad beer is the perfect accompaniment to Salt and Sours.
I used to love salt and vinegar chips. Ate a couple of bags a week until someone saw me eating them and told me that old ladies eat them. I haven’t touched a salt and vinegar chip since. Don’t you think they taste kind of like how old ladies’ kitchens smell?
That is freaky I used to be the kid in the dark corner alone eating salt’n’vinegar chips. Although I’m not boasting I am very radical and are extremely outside of the norm (hence my search for other people on the internet who have vinegar addictions).
Everyday I try to have something with vinegar. I love it. I can’t get enough of it. When I think about vinegar my mouth salivate. In fact its salivating right now
mmmmmmmmm. just finished off a bag of tasty jacks salt and vinegar, delicious.
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