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2012-10-10 05:31:52 PM
Roe and mayonnaise Doritos.

Lay's Hot Chili Squid potato chips.
 
2012-10-10 05:38:56 PM
Are they too cool to say "nutmeg" or something?
 
2012-10-10 09:40:23 PM
Just stop.

Or pay me millions to teach you.

*)
 
2012-10-10 09:41:55 PM
Oh yuck.

They reached their peak with Pizza flavoured.
 
2012-10-10 09:43:22 PM
Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?
 
2012-10-10 09:43:35 PM
If anyone ever tries to give me a White Chocolate Peppermint Pringle, that moment will be the moment our friendship ended.
 
2012-10-10 09:46:39 PM

jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?


Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing
 
2012-10-10 09:47:25 PM
Pumpkin pie spice (spiced pumpkin anything) makes me feel like I'm going to hurl.

Because when I was 12 or so, I had too much pumpkin bread, and DID. Ever after...

/burn it all
//no regrets
 
2012-10-10 09:48:12 PM
I'd give the pumpkin pie spice ones a shot.
 
2012-10-10 09:50:55 PM

snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing


They look like scabs.
 
2012-10-10 09:51:20 PM
Pringles Chip Sampler Box. The new number one employee holiday gift
 
2012-10-10 09:53:57 PM
Mmmmm, it IS getting to be time for the Starbucks holiday menu to return, isn't it?

/for some odd reason a peppermint mocha just tastes all kinds of better during the holidays
 
2012-10-10 09:54:39 PM
To be despised:

I dispute not.

Who wins?

Not I.

To live?

We do.

You do, hoodoo.

True do too.

I do, you?

Did you feel that in your spine?

That tingle, that sparkle, that twinkle?

*)
 
2012-10-10 09:57:19 PM
I cannot possibly express how much I want the job of the person who comes up with these flavors.

/and I'd be AWESOME at it.
 
2012-10-10 10:04:24 PM
In the 70's Hostess tried orange, cherry and grape flavoured chips in Canada.
They tasted worse than a Shamrock Shake and only lasted a few months.
 
2012-10-10 10:06:36 PM
Banana split
Shrimp cocktail
Chicken and waffles
Cold pizza
 
2012-10-10 10:07:54 PM

FunkOut: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

They look like scabs.


They taste even worse. Roast chicken chips are awesome though.

/Canadian
 
2012-10-10 10:08:27 PM
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2012-10-10 10:08:49 PM
It might be good ol nostalgia, but I remember Pringles tasting really good back in the early to mid 80's. I also remember Doritos tasting better then too.
 
2012-10-10 10:09:15 PM

snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing


Like oh so many things, you Canadians probably borrowed that one from us Brits. We've had ketchup-flavored crisps forever.
 
2012-10-10 10:09:17 PM

whatshisname: In the 70's Hostess tried orange, cherry and grape flavoured chips in Canada.
They tasted worse than a Shamrock Shake and only lasted a few months.


Blasphemy. The Shamrock Shake is heavenly, and the only reason I step into a McDonald's exactly once every year.
 
2012-10-10 10:10:32 PM
Gross.

Pumpkin white mocha lattes are money though
 
2012-10-10 10:11:41 PM

Supes: whatshisname: In the 70's Hostess tried orange, cherry and grape flavoured chips in Canada.
They tasted worse than a Shamrock Shake and only lasted a few months.

Blasphemy. The Shamrock Shake is heavenly, and the only reason I step into a McDonald's exactly once every year.


If it was so great they'd offer it year-round. Mmmm, Thick peppermint flavoured dairy. It's like something you take for diarrhea.
 
2012-10-10 10:13:22 PM
they should do a straight up sea salt one; I would start buying Pringles again
 
2012-10-10 10:17:52 PM

Salmon: they should do a straight up sea salt one; I would start buying Pringles again


Lays' Sea Salt and Black Pepper is one of the best ones out there.
 
2012-10-10 10:21:45 PM
Pumpkin Pie Spice was my favorite Spice Girl.
 
2012-10-10 10:24:03 PM

whatshisname: In the 70's Hostess tried orange, cherry and grape flavoured chips in Canada.
They tasted worse than a Shamrock Shake and only lasted a few months.


I will never forget my little brother projectile vomiting the grape chips onto the lap of a hitchhiker my Dad had decided to pick up. "I'll get out here" he said, and went off on his merry way. I sometimes wonder what his next ride must have been like, if indeed he got one at all, being covered in puke and all.
 
2012-10-10 10:25:07 PM
Not for me, and what the hell are they thinking?
 
2012-10-10 10:30:02 PM
Boo,
 
2012-10-10 10:34:18 PM

gweilo8888: Like oh so many things, you Canadians probably borrowed that one from us Brits. We've had ketchup-flavored crisps forever.


No, you have tah-mah-toe sauce flavoured crisps. And Chicken Tikka Masala and Prawn Cocktail and all sorts of flavours that taste just fine after 11 pints.
 
2012-10-10 10:34:39 PM

gweilo8888: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

Like oh so many things, you Canadians probably borrowed that one from us Brits. We've had ketchup-flavored crisps forever.


Ketchup chips have been around in Canada since the late 60s.

Do you mind sending me some Tikka Masala Pot Noodles? Those are awesome.
 
2012-10-10 10:43:17 PM

devilskware: It might be good ol nostalgia, but I remember Pringles tasting really good back in the early to mid 80's. I also remember Doritos tasting better then too.


I agree. Nowadays, though, Pringles have no flavor; it's just the salt on the surface you're tasting. The substrate has little to contribute to the experience. Kind of like Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

With that in mind, I can see these flavors having some potential. It's not like the chip flavor's gonna get in the way.
 
2012-10-10 10:43:34 PM
To sum up this thread...

"Those are different, gross"


/Try anything once
 
2012-10-10 10:45:16 PM

ArcadianRefugee: Roe and mayonnaise Doritos.


Hmmm...Cod Roe Doritos. Those I would eat. No mayo needed.
 
2012-10-10 10:49:11 PM
They should just call them "Yankee Candle" flavors.
 
2012-10-10 10:53:42 PM
Do they make a Pringles RANDOM flavored tin? Because that would be awesome!

-- pops top --
plain
cheddar
sour cream
[stack of flavors in one bite]
..crumbs..
 
2012-10-10 10:55:25 PM
only one of these that sounds appetizing is CINNAMON AND SUGAR...i love cinnamon & sugar crispy things
i love pumpkin pie. it's the ONLY pumpkin/pumpkin spice thing i like.
and no way in hell should a potato product taste like white chocolate peppermint
 
2012-10-10 10:56:28 PM
files-cdn.formspring.me
I thought it was new pony names?
 
2012-10-10 10:56:33 PM

poughdrew: Do they make a Pringles RANDOM flavored tin? Because that would be awesome!

-- pops top --
plain
cheddar
sour cream
[stack of flavors in one bite]
..crumbs..


never thought of it...but since you mentioned it i'm surprised they don't
 
2012-10-10 10:56:34 PM

FunkOut: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

They look like scabs.


Which are, to be fair, delicious.
 
2012-10-10 10:57:36 PM
Remember Pringles Corn Crisps? Those were good.
 
2012-10-10 10:58:01 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: FunkOut: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

They look like scabs.

Which are, to be fair, delicious.


HA!

i love potato chips
i love ketchup
i have yet to taste a ketchup flavored potato chip that i liked

i love dill pickle flavored potato chips
 
2012-10-10 10:59:55 PM
i63.photobucket.com 

/pass the salsa
 
2012-10-10 11:10:46 PM
Pumpkin Pie Spice. White Chocolate Peppermint. You might think new Starbucks flavors

Actually, I was thinking new pop star names in a girl group.
 
2012-10-10 11:13:46 PM
Lemme know when they have Zesty Mordant and Dressed All Over Pringles. Then we'll be talkin'.

/not Canadian
 
2012-10-10 11:22:42 PM

jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?


Not me. The Brits have been making those for years, along with things like Worcestershire sauce, curry and lots of other flavors we might consider "odd". Good stuff all around.

Supes: I cannot possibly express how much I want the job of the person who comes up with these flavors.

/and I'd be AWESOME at it.


I think Frito-Lay has a current contest to do just that. Check it out.

Re: Starbucks:

I don't normally enjoy them so much, but the current "salted caramel" thing just drives me crazy. I love it.
 
2012-10-10 11:23:43 PM

BATMANATEE: FunkOut: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

They look like scabs.

They taste even worse. Roast chicken chips are awesome though.

/Canadian


Roast chicken and ketchup are good, but they are no match for the almighty DILL PICKLE chips.

/I miss those.
//And dill pickle Kernals popcorn.
///Canadian in Cali.
////Slashies. Sobbing.
 
2012-10-10 11:25:27 PM
Pumpkin Pie Spice?

i.imgur.com
 
2012-10-10 11:33:11 PM
Want a real kick, go to the Pringles site and check the flavors offered in different countries. (Might need translating, unless your browser does that for you).
 
2012-10-10 11:33:48 PM
www.e-royce.com

/yum!
 
2012-10-10 11:39:54 PM

bungle_jr: only one of these that sounds appetizing is CINNAMON AND SUGAR...i love cinnamon & sugar crispy things
i love pumpkin pie. it's the ONLY pumpkin/pumpkin spice thing i like.
and no way in hell should a potato product taste like white chocolate peppermint


There used to be a brand of corn chips that made a cinnamon sugar flavour. Delicious. Haven't seen it in years.
 
2012-10-10 11:41:22 PM

FunkOut: bungle_jr: only one of these that sounds appetizing is CINNAMON AND SUGAR...i love cinnamon & sugar crispy things
i love pumpkin pie. it's the ONLY pumpkin/pumpkin spice thing i like.
and no way in hell should a potato product taste like white chocolate peppermint

There used to be a brand of corn chips that made a cinnamon sugar flavour. Delicious. Haven't seen it in years.


not a clue what the product/brand was...but i wish i knew...sounds good
 
2012-10-11 12:05:49 AM
I loved Hostess roast chicken chips growing up in Newfoundland.
 
2012-10-11 12:12:51 AM
www.ishtero.com

they need to bring these to the US.
 
2012-10-11 12:18:33 AM
Are they researching how to make me puke? Unless they're planning to release this in Japan I don't see it doing well. Unless morbid curiosity sales are their plan.
 
2012-10-11 12:31:53 AM

WordsnCollision: Thank God we haven't borrowed this yet:

[www.greatbritishfood.de image 250x321]


You don't know what you're missing out on. They're bloody delicious.

whatshisname: No, you have tah-mah-toe sauce flavoured crisps. And Chicken Tikka Masala and Prawn Cocktail and all sorts of flavours that taste just fine after 11 pints.


Hah! Where as you have tuh-may-toe eh, that aboot the size of it? ;-)

Prawn cocktail is actually damned close to ketchup-flavored, just slightly more vinegary and slightly sweeter. You've got to use your imagination on those. Not tried the tikka masala, but I'd put money on them being delicious.

FunkOut: Ketchup chips have been around in Canada since the late 60s.

Do you mind sending me some Tikka Masala Pot Noodles? Those are awesome.


I can't make that claim for the UK, largely because *I* haven't been around since the late 60s. They've been around in the UK for as long as I can remember, though.

Pot noodles? For the love of god, I think you've chosen the one British foodstuff that is absolutely VILE. I'm a Brit, but I cannot stomach those things. Perhaps because I'm a Brit who grew up in Asia, only got to the UK once or twice a year, and is aware what the flavor and texture of ramen noodles is actually supposed to be like. (Doll and Nissin FTW.)

I'm actually living in the States now, but will be in the UK this time next week. Quite a few things will be on my list to eat while I'm there. Pot noodles will not be one of them.
 
2012-10-11 12:35:21 AM

ambercat: Are they researching how to make me puke? Unless they're planning to release this in Japan I don't see it doing well. Unless morbid curiosity sales are their plan.


The morbid curiosity strategy seems to work pretty well for Jones Soda and Jelly Belly.

Although thinking about it, Jones Soda seems to have stopped doing the freaky soda flavors thing. Can't remember the last time I saw one. For some strange reason, that makes me sad, even though the Turkey & Gravy and Mashed Potatoes with Butter flavors made me want to retch.
 
2012-10-11 01:17:11 AM
I love white chocolate flavoured stuff, anyone have any good recipes they'd like to share?
 
2012-10-11 01:50:26 AM
I used to love sour cream and onion pringles... But they just dont taste nearly as good as they did ~10 years ago or so. Used to have actual visible sour cream powder and dehydrated chive bits. Now its just salt and flavor chemical bits. Just not the same :( The only pringles that are decent these days are Pizza
 
2012-10-11 02:20:04 AM

gweilo8888:
Pot noodles? For the love of god, I think you've chosen the one British foodstuff that is absolutely VILE. I'm a Brit, but I cannot stomach those things. Perhaps because I'm a Brit who grew up in Asia, only got to the UK once or twice a year, and is aware what the flavor and texture of ramen noodles is actually supposed to be like. (Doll and Nissin FTW.)

I'm actually living in the States now, but will be in the UK this time next week. Quite a few things will be on my list to eat while I'm there. Pot noodles will not be one of them.


They've really improved them, the curry ones come with a packet of mango chutney.
 
2012-10-11 03:44:27 AM
www.cinemasnacks.co.uk

Quite simply the best crisps ever


/This was my suggestion for the Lays 'do us a flavor' contest
//Bring them to the U.S. you basterds!
 
2012-10-11 08:00:46 AM

FunkOut: They've really improved them, the curry ones come with a packet of mango chutney.


Yeah, that's not helping. They were badly overflavored to start off with, I can only imagine how awful adding chutney would make them.
 
2012-10-11 08:01:48 AM

ambercat: Are they researching how to make me puke? Unless they're planning to release this in Japan I don't see it doing well. Unless morbid curiosity sales are their plan.


"...must be Japan" was my first thought on reading this headline. I wonder if they'll show up here. I admit, I'd get them out of morbid curiosity, which is how I end up buying a lot of things here.

/the mayo and cheese Pringles are delicious
//the EspresSoda (espresso+soda water) nearly made me puke
 
2012-10-11 08:19:45 AM
"I think Pringles' initial intention was to make tennis balls. But on the day that the rubber was supposed to show up, a big truckload of potatoes arrived. But Pringles was a laid-back company. They said "F**k it. Cut 'em up."

RIP Mtich
 
2012-10-11 12:18:14 PM

FunkOut: snake_beater: jprogram: Who laughed when they introduced the ketchup flavor?

Not me.

/then again, I live in Canada and ketchup-flavoured chips are apparently a Canadian thing

They look like scabs.


You have just given me a great idea to serve ketchup chips as scabs for halloween.

/I love ketchup chips!
 
2012-10-11 01:11:21 PM

bungle_jr: FunkOut: bungle_jr: only one of these that sounds appetizing is CINNAMON AND SUGAR...i love cinnamon & sugar crispy things
i love pumpkin pie. it's the ONLY pumpkin/pumpkin spice thing i like.
and no way in hell should a potato product taste like white chocolate peppermint

There used to be a brand of corn chips that made a cinnamon sugar flavour. Delicious. Haven't seen it in years.

not a clue what the product/brand was...but i wish i knew...sounds good


Were you thinking of CHACHOS?
 
2012-10-11 01:48:50 PM

jeffrey626: I used to love sour cream and onion pringles... But they just dont taste nearly as good as they did ~10 years ago or so. Used to have actual visible sour cream powder and dehydrated chive bits. Now its just salt and flavor chemical bits. Just not the same :(


Oh man, this. This, this, this. Last time I ate some of those was after being out at a bar with some friends, and those combined with some (knockoff) cheetos actually made me wake up two hours later and go vomit; I seriously was not even drunk, it was something about those snacks.
 
2012-10-11 04:04:46 PM

illannoyin: [www.cinemasnacks.co.uk image 600x600]

Quite simply the best crisps ever

/This was my suggestion for the Lays 'do us a flavor' contest
//Bring them to the U.S. you basterds!


We have a Lays version of that in Canada. Sour cream and bacon is even better.
 
2012-10-12 06:54:33 PM
I say, how about the triple-threat-B chips?

Lolly.

;)
 
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