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New Lays Canada Chip flavours

Middydd Oct 30, 2003 11:52 PM

Apparently they are Salt and Pepper and College Street Pizza. Has anybody spotted them in stores yet?

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    Mississauga Matt RE: Middydd Oct 31, 2003 07:24 AM

    Not that this will be much help to downtowners, but I bought the College Street Pizza chips at a Sobey's in Mississauga.

    The flavour is mild and reminiscent of pizza. But I can't say that I'll be rushing out to buy it again.

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    1. re: Mississauga Matt
      Goober RE: Mississauga Matt Nov 1, 2003 08:25 AM

      I didn't really like the College St pizza....it was bland.

      They also make a Calgary Stampede BBQ.

      What's next?

      Montreal Poutine, Montreal Smoked Meat, Vancouver Crab??,

      1. re: Goober
        cardamom RE: Goober Nov 2, 2003 04:49 PM

        Actually Montreal Smoked Meat doesn't sound half bad.

        1. re: cardamom
          Middydd RE: cardamom Nov 2, 2003 05:21 PM

          I thought of Chatham Hot and Spicy Ketchup Chips, Nova Scotia Buttered Lobster, Holland Marsh Green Onion, and Gerrard Street Masala Curry as flavours I'd like to try.

          The Poutine one sounds good, too.

          1. re: Middydd
            Kirk RE: Middydd Nov 4, 2003 06:17 PM

            Walkers Chicken Tikka Masala crisps are readily available in England. Along with chips flavoured like Cheese and Branston Pickles (blecch), Marmite Yeast Extract (ugh), and Baked Beans (yuck). And people argue with me when I say English food is bad ...

            Link: http://walkers.corpex.com/cr15p5/prod...

            1. re: Kirk
              Middydd RE: Kirk Nov 4, 2003 08:19 PM

              Those are some of the wierdest chip flavours I've ever seen.

              Turkey and Paxo? What the heck is Paxo?

              1. re: Middydd
                Kirk RE: Middydd Nov 5, 2003 10:21 AM

                See below, for descriptions Paxo and some of Britain's other fine foodservice products.

                The funniest two sentences I have read this morning appear on this webpage:

                "Atora Original has always been the number one beef suet. Now Atora Light has been added to the range." (In case you are wondering, Atora Light is "vegetable suet," as opposed to suet from skinny cows...)

                Link: http://www.rhmfoodservice.co.uk/pages...

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                  Mississauga Matt RE: Kirk Nov 6, 2003 10:24 AM

                  What? No mention of Bovril and meat pies?

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                    Kirk RE: Mississauga Matt Nov 6, 2003 08:39 PM

                    We have to leave something for dessert! : D

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                Goober RE: Kirk Nov 5, 2003 09:11 AM

                the cheese and pickle are OK....the marmite is interesting (what a name...sounds like an industrial cleaner)

                wasn't it humpty dumpty who had a flurry of "limited time" flavors back in the mid 90s.......Rotisserie chicken, cheese and ketchup, fries and gravy...

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                  Brett RE: Goober Nov 5, 2003 12:05 PM

                  I remember those! That's around the same time Pizza Pizza had the "Deli Slice" (mustard and pickles)...

                  Lays has Roast Chicken and Fries and Gravy...Only available in Quebec and the East Coast.

                  1. re: Brett
                    Ted Richards RE: Brett Nov 6, 2003 11:08 AM

                    A cafeteria in Markham briefly carried Roast Chicken flavoured chips. They were quite good.

          2. re: Goober
            Roslyn RE: Goober Nov 4, 2003 10:41 AM

            I've tried the P.E.I. loaded baked potato ones. They weren't half bad...

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          sunnyside RE: Middydd Oct 31, 2003 11:31 AM

          I saw them at the Shell Station at the corner of York Mills and Yonge yesterday.

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            sunnyside RE: Middydd Oct 31, 2003 11:31 AM

            I saw them at the Shell Station at the corner of York Mills and Yonge yesterday.

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