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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    Sometimes I make homemade chips and top them with smokey BBQ sauce, ham, and cheese and melt it then have sour cream. It's no wonder I'm "curvaceous" hahaha
    Now THAT sounds good!

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    Poutine seriously the BEST way to have chips!

    Also of big fan of heavily chicken salted chips and chips with good dipping sauce like aioli or gigs breath honey mustard sauce

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    I consider my self to be a hot chip connoisseur...l love them. Had fish and chips tonight and the chips were devine. Thick chunky, soft in chicken salt. I hate crispy ones. Love chips and gravy. We don't have them so oftn but I can't stop once I've started.

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    Chippies!!!!!
    Preference is crisp outside and soft inside. I had thrice cooked chips in Melbourne once that were the best chips I've ever eaten. I asked how they did them and decided they're far too much trouble to do at home - par boil, shallow fry, deep fry and chill in the fridge between steps.

    I love sweet potato chips, kfc chips, the new hungry jacks chips, maccas loaded fries with fake cheese and facon. I like a crinkle cut, beer batterer or pub chip. Plain salt or chicken. I like a dipping sauce too - aioli , gravy, something smokey, something cheesey. But... I don't like tomato sauce on my chips!

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    Red Rooster chips with chicken salt or local chip shop chips with vinegar. Skinny chips are good for mayonnaise.

    If I could live on chips I would.

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    Chiiiips.

    How good are they??

    I'm not particularly fussy but am partial to really crunchy (ie - soaked in oil) or soft. Love chicken or plain salt. Also a gravy/tomato sauce fan. Who am I kidding, I'll eat them any old how.

    There's a chicken shop near where DH and I work that seriously sells the best chips I've ever tasted. I think the staff at our school represent at least a third of their business. Ughhh, so good.

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    @Mod-Degrassi pretty sure you are responsible for the boosting the economy through hot chip sales
    Me, any hot chips really but definitely has to have chicken salt!
    Red rooster or fish & chip shop chips are the best!
    When we get hot chips from a takeaway place, i have been known to not be too impressed if the chips aren't salted or salted enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I love my chips slightly soggy, covered in salt and vinegar. mmmm.
    Me too! Love my vinegar 😁

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    Meh, chips - take em or leave them really. DH and DD love them. I might eat a couple off their plate, but I generally don't order (or make them) for myself.

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    Eating the new hungry jacks chips now


 

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