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Lays Potato Chip is having their annual contest picking a new flavor.  I'm a plain chip fan myself but I'd think one of you could win this thing.  Seems you need to think a little outside of what our preference may be.  For example, smoked saurkraut may sound good to us but may not be that marketable to the masses.  Let's hear the ideas,

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14 minutes ago, Boar said:

gut pile flavored chips

boar...........:crazy::cry:.awe never mind!!!!!!!!!:P

 

walleye flavored chips!!!!!!!

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instant mashed potato seems kind of redundant

seaweed.  Seriously, I'd buy a bag and give it a shot.  I think it's not marketable on this side of the globe though.

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49 minutes ago, lovebigbluegills said:

Ever had the 'All Dressed' ones from up in Canada??

I think Old Dutch, and Lays both make them for up there. I wish they'd sell them down here too.

Ruffles makes this flavor.  I have found them at CUB.  

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The first flavor that popped up when I read "dressed "  was undressed,  but flavors could really vary. So I'm thinking smoked jerky with a pepper blend seasoning in a hot or mild.

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43 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

Hot wings with blue cheese dipping sauce...or prime rib with aus jus.

kettle brand chips has a buffalo bleu.

44 minutes ago, reinhard1 said:

Kimchi flavored, I would buy that.  good luck.

I've seen this at an asian grocery store before.

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the more I see responses the more I am convinced I think along the line of LL. just the basics, original, sour cream and onion, kettle chips.. tried those funky flavors and they didn't trip my trigger one bit.

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14 hours ago, lovebigbluegills said:

I almost fell out of my recliner when I saw that eyeguy didn't say smoked egg flavor ;)

He had an egg in each hand and one in his mouth; hard to type that way. :grin:

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they've got BLT chips too.  A few years ago I thought I invented the GPS watch for golf.  As I told a buddy on the golf course my genius idea he showed me his gps watch.  I know the feeling.

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