never let a good chip go to waste

Discussion in 'Ruffit's Domestic & Wild Game Cooking/ Recipe Foru' started by Bobitis, Jun 9, 2010.

  1. Bobitis

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    If you're like me, you always have the 'bottom of the bag' leftovers.
    No scooping, no dipping....

    I like to collect them, roll 'em down, add spices, and make some self concocted casserole.

    What do you do with them?
  2. navis128

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    Oooo...not like you if we are talking potato chips.

    I crease the side of the bag and tip it up and finish off the crumbs :D
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  3. woolleyworm

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    They work really well when mixed in with some fish fry or scrambled eggs. I also like crushed saltines in my scrambled eggs.
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    Try crushin' up a bunch of Salsa Verde Doritos and using it to coat baked chicken.
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    If you're talkin' about the crumbs, I go dump 'em in the dog dish. Big Brown Dog likes 'em. Salt and grease - two of the major food groups.
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    When I was a kid I loved Doritos and Albert's Hot Sauce. When I got to the crumbs, I would pour them into a bowl, pour hot sauce on them and eat it with a spoon. Yummy!!
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    I try to save 'em up for this. http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/showthread.php?t=19204

    BUT, many times I do as navis does. :)


    Crpdeth
  8. Bobitis

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    I was talkin corn oriented chips.

    Crpdeth, that's my next adventure. Thanks.:D

    Navis, have ya ever tried potato chips over tuna casserole? The hard part is not doing as you suggested.;)
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    If I get potato chips they are usually Toms Salt & Vinegar.

    I wonder if that would give the tuna casserole a "fish 'n' chips" flavor angle :D
  10. Bobitis

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    You're #2 on the list.
    Only cuz I need salt and vinegar chips now.:p
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    Strange...I don't feel nervous at all...:rolleyes: :p

    Do you have Toms up there? Man, they are the BEST! That is if you like intense ;)
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    Those are my favorites. The more intense the better. Sometimes dipped in pickle juice.

    One of the best memories I had of Italy was sitting in a little sidewalk cafe across from the Parthenon (sp?) having an ice cold beer, with a bowl of wonderful local green olives and a bowl of pototo chips. It was a hot day and we'd been walking miles. The salty chips and olives with the beer were a heavenly combination.
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    You're welcome, Bro... Lemme know how it turns out?


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  14. Bobitis

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    Never seen Toms around here. We have Tims.

    http://www.timschips.com/mm5/merchant.mvc

    Navis, let me know if you have Tims in your area. If not, I'll send ya some for a taste test and you can decide which is best.

    I'll pit Tims against anyone.:cool:
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    Blue corn is my passion...
    No crumb left behind!
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    No Tims here, wonder if that's Tom's brother :D

    The packaging is somewhat similar.

    And Blue Corn chips are really good!
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    Having had both, my vote between the two would go to Tims. Both excellent chips, but Tims are less greasy and a bit more crunch.

    Overall, my chip vote goes to Deep River Jalepeno. They are outa this world!
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