Salt & Vinegar Crisps

By tfh

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29-07-2013, 21:01

Well, if you go off-topic, you beter do it right ;-)
Late last year, Lay's made me a happy man: It was finally possible to purchase Salt & Vinegar crisps in the Dutch supermarket. But unfortunately, they have already decided to stop with ut, due to the fact the sales wasn't high enough. (Not so strange considering a lot of supermarkets never took in in stock)

I can't allow this to happen, so I am asking my fellow Dutch MSX-ers to go to this page I have made on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/LaysSaltVinegar

And Share & Like it please.

Thanks!

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By WORP3

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29-07-2013, 22:47

They are having salt and vinegar crisps at the Lidl supermarket, very jummie Big smile
Also Sand and pepper at the Aldi, try it !

By tfh

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29-07-2013, 22:50

Yes, but that Salt & Vinegar @Lidl is only avaialble temporary. It's made by Pirato (Same factory as Croky these days)...
But thanks for the hint Wink

By NYYRIKKI

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30-07-2013, 06:50

WORP3 wrote:

Sand and pepper at the Aldi, try it !

Sounds very crunchy! :-P

I wonder, why I can't get "Blueberry & Hazelnut" or "Bangkok Grilled Chicken Wing" Pringles from Finland? They are good!

By WORP3

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30-07-2013, 10:12

NYYRIKKI wrote:

Sounds very crunchy! :-P

I can imagine, must be off-coarse salt and Pepper, not sand and pepper Wink

By mtn

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31-07-2013, 00:29

They tried to market salt and vineager crisps here in Norway for some years ago aswell, unfortunately not succesfully. Sad

The taste for salt and vinegar crisps is probably the only thing I brought back with me when I left London for Scandinavia again. (at the end of the last century)

By OeiOeiVogeltje

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31-07-2013, 01:51

"zout en azijn chips"
it even sounds YUK!
Cream and Chives all the way
(or Cheese Onion)

By anonymous

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03-08-2013, 20:22

What about the Kettle's Sea Salt & Vinegar crisps?

As for the ones Lidl sells, I wonder how temporary is 'temporary' for them... IIRC I've been seeing them fairly regular for quite some time now.

And if you *really* need them, you could always order online: http://www.britishcornershop.co.uk/walkers-crinkles-salt-and... and enjoy your overpriced crisps. ;-)

But why not make your own? http://community.epicurious.com/post/homemade-salt-vinegar-p...