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chocolatetartguy Nov 2, 2007 05:58 PM

Planning to order a little taste of New Orleans. What are Tiger Tators and what is the Who Dat flavor?

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  1. malenky Nov 2, 2007 06:48 PM

    I know the Who Dat ones are the regular kind. I am assuming the Tiger Tators are the same. It is just a marketing deal.

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      marchperson Nov 2, 2007 07:07 PM

      you got my curiosity up so went to the site and found that the TigerTators are: CAJUN CRAWTATOR - The taste of a Cajun boiled seafood feast that goes crunch and your mouth goes wow! (cut and pasted from their site) These are very spicy. I think the Who Dat's are regular flavor as malenky stated. Click their FLAVORS button and see all of the flavors they have. I have, in the past, called them to place a "custom" order.

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        TMackAZ Nov 5, 2007 04:18 AM

        Yeah, the Tiger ones are crawtators in a fancy bag. Had some sour cream & onion chips the other day. Very good.

        1. mrsfury Nov 5, 2007 04:54 PM

          Just FYI, if you have not tried the creole tomato flavored ones, you should. I called Zapp's because I noticed the bag said they were a limited edition. They told me they are so popular they will probably make them all the time.

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          1. re: mrsfury
            malenky Nov 5, 2007 06:00 PM

            those are my favorites too... cannot have them in the house...I'll eat the whole bag.

            1. re: malenky
              Hungry Celeste Nov 9, 2007 11:29 AM

              I'm partial to the sour cream and creole onion, but the crawtators are the zapp's gold standard. My favorite limited edition flavor is/was the "sizzling steak" and the dill flavor makes an excellent companion to chicken or tuna salad. I haven't tried the new key lime flavor yet...

              1. re: Hungry Celeste
                malenky Nov 9, 2007 12:01 PM

                Hmm.. never had the sizzling steak...that sounds great. I saw the key lime ones the other day and almost got them...they sound interesting.

                1. re: Hungry Celeste
                  Guy Caballero Nov 9, 2007 12:18 PM

                  The key lime ones are awful. They are too sweet and the flavor is like eating lime jell-o, very artificial.

                  1. re: Chris Martel
                    malenky Nov 9, 2007 12:27 PM

                    Ewww... thanks for the heads up.

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