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On 5/8/2019 at 11:25 AM, TwiceHorn said:

On this, as a kid, I had a healthy disdain for baked Cheetos (that's what they were called long before "baked" chips became a thing).  Then Planters came along with these:

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The original cheezy poofs.  These altered my view of baked cheese puffs.  Now I like them as well or maybe better than the fried.  They are almost different snacks altogether.

ha, I remember those from when I was a kid - they also made them in the "stick" form (like the regular cheetos) too - both of them were the snacks we had as a "treat" in my house growing up 

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34 minutes ago, thestud said:

My inner Mexican can eat the entire bag in one sitting
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Verdad.  They sell these in snack-size bags.  We got some, cuz the boy likes to take them for lunch.

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1 hour ago, CooterBrown said:

They're on the website but not in any store.

Not like they'd be open, anyway. 

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They don't make them anymore, but Eagle Brand cheese balls and pretzels were the shit.

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I’ve posted a fair amount of candy on here lately, but we have a new leader. Has to be in the fridge. 

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Trader Joe's dark chocolate pb&j bites. Put them in the freezer for a bit and enjoy

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On 5/8/2019 at 11:25 AM, TwiceHorn said:

On this, as a kid, I had a healthy disdain for baked Cheetos (that's what they were called long before "baked" chips became a thing).  Then Planters came along with these:

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The original cheezy poofs.  These altered my view of baked cheese puffs.  Now I like them as well or maybe better than the fried.  They are almost different snacks altogether.

FTMFW.   Grandma always had these for us when I was a kid.  Love them to this day; many imitators but only one OG.  There may (or not) be three cans of these currently in my house.

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OG Fritos and Funyuns are bad?  Fuck that noise, and where are the Gardetos? 
Beneath chex mix apparently in which ive never seen anyone buy or eat

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Just had these for the first time, real damn good. $2 at Walmart currently, should have bought more. 

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after the longhorns took care of kansas tonight I put about three tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter in a bowl, covered it completely with ghirardelli dark chocolate chips, went at it with a spoon and washed it down with a quart of whole milk.  it was so delicious. 

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For lack of better thread, I had a semi sweet tooth so took a Graham cracker and put some almond butter on it.

New favorite snack.

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Anyone else tried these?  A coworker introduced us to them recently.  They're quite tasty, and a bag (along with a few cans of ice cold tasty beverages) can easily disappear whilst viewing a match of collegiate football.

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24 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

You just discovered pretzels?

"Dot's Homestyle Pretzels," yes; just discovered those.  Been a fan of the pretzel (hard, soft, Snyder's pieces, from the mall, etc) in its many iterations for decades, though. 

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5 minutes ago, WhatTheBuck said:

They do come in many shapes and sizes. 

Pretzels and boobs, man.  Pretzels and boobs.

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Yeah, not a mustard flavor. Dot’s have a buttery finish with a distinct seasoning to them. Really good. Not easy to find, but good. 

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On 5/7/2019 at 7:35 AM, South Austin said:

Haven't tried the Lay's brand of kettle cooked chips, but Kettle and Zapps make a damn good jalapeno chip.

 

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Once in a moment of weakness I ate an entire bag of these things. I think I had second degree burns on my asshole after my next shit.

 

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if they ever take these off the market, i honestly do not see how life will ever be the same.  everything will seem empty and meaningless without them.

 

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^^^I’m stocked up on the Tapatio Doritos. Not at liberty to discuss how many bags I have, but in the event of a shortage I should be good for a few months. Easily the best chip to hit the streets since Lay’s Kettle cooked Wasabi n’ Ginger.

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Anyone else tried these?  A coworker introduced us to them recently.  They're quite tasty, and a bag (along with a few cans of ice cold tasty beverages) can easily disappear whilst viewing a match of collegiate football.
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Made in good old Velva North Dakota, they're pretty good. Strong taste but unique. Problem is they're 8-9 bucks a bag

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9 hours ago, Larry Sellers said:

Saw some people using Nacho Cheese Doritos to dip into queso. That's not a thing is it?

Sure as hell is. Doritos are an outstanding queso delivery apparatus. Whether homemade queso (the velveeta, sausage, Rotel, and japs variety) or Tostitos queso in the jar... it’s all good. They go well with Wolf Brand chili, too (no beans, obv). Spicy Nacho > original Nacho Cheese when combining with queso. 

2 hours ago, MNLonghornFUKM said:

Made in good old Velva North Dakota, they're pretty good. Strong taste but unique. Problem is they're 8-9 bucks a bag

They are a bit pricey. I’ve found them at Market Street in Plano (Park & Preston) for $5/16 oz bag. Stocked up when they were on sale for $3.50 once. 

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13 hours ago, Jack Straw said:

if they ever take these off the market, i honestly do not see how life will ever be the same.  everything will seem empty and meaningless without them.

 

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Flaming Hot Nacho is better

ducks

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Kettle Brand are misleading, they aren’t crunchy enough. They seem like normal chips to me with lots of flavors.

I’m partial to Miss Vickie’s jalapeño. So crunchy.

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On 11/13/2019 at 7:39 AM, MNLonghornFUKM said:
On 11/6/2019 at 8:46 AM, Dutch said:
Anyone else tried these?  A coworker introduced us to them recently.  They're quite tasty, and a bag (along with a few cans of ice cold tasty beverages) can easily disappear whilst viewing a match of collegiate football.
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Made in good old Velva North Dakota, they're pretty good. Strong taste but unique. Problem is they're 8-9 bucks a bag

Melva?

 

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