questionswhat is your favorite brand of potato chips?

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I try to do reduced fat, and I do like Cape Cod baked brand.

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I like almost anything that is a Kettle brand chip. They are maybe regional?

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Hawaiian Sweet Maui Onion kettle chips

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There's a regional brand I like called Sterzings. They have a pretty unique texture and flavor. I had brought some to a relative's house and someone there said they almost had a donut-like flavor. That description isn't 100% accurate, but it is close.

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Cool ranch Doritos, or buffalo bleu kettle chips. Yum.

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Trader Joe's Black Bean and Jalapeno chips (yes, I know not a traditional potato chip but I had to comment anyway.

Ok...as a precise answer to the question...it would be Jalapeno Kettle Chips (although not as healthy as my first choice).

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ruffles fat free, ruffles have Ridges..

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None of them. That stuff is nonessential for my body's designed function. (I'm on a diet, I have no choice but to react, or give in :/)

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Dirty brand makes really good potato chips. My favorite is their salt and vinegar.

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Is Wise not a nat'l brand? We have Wise potato chips in stores in Florida

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Boulder Salt and Vinegar chips are my favorite. They are from CO and I'm from IL but when my local grocery store gets them I always snatch them up.

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ruffles regular chips, or their cheddar & sour cream flavor.

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Jays, but they are from the Midwest and I haven't seen them for years.

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Here in the southeast we have a brand called Golden Flake that I think is pretty tasty.

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I'm for the Ruffles fat free also.

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I don't eat chips often, but I got some of the Nutterz when they were offered on Woot! and they are awesome. If you don't know, they are peanuts coated with a potato chip shell and come in different flavors.
www.bmorenutz.com

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When I was a kid, Middleswarth Chips were my favorite. They're definitely a regional thing, out of PA. These days it's Kettle or Cape Cod. I especially love the chips that get folded over when fried. When eating chips, I used to tell myself "ok, I'm only going to eat the folded chips. Less calories that way." Then I discovered Kettle & Cape Cod. Folded chips only? Sure thing. That's half the bag!
These days I have to settle for making my own vegetable chips or nut & flax seed crackers.

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Not chips but I do love the Snyder's Ranch pretzel pieces.

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Zapps! They might be considered regional since they're made here in Louisiana, but I've spotted them in other parts of the country (and they're available online). I love the regular ones (which I think I now have to eat for breakfast since the question made me crave chips), but the Cajun Crawtators are amazing! Zapp's makes thick cut kettle-style chips so I guess I tend to go for that type of chip, regardless of brand. And, like @lavikinga, I prefer the folded chips.

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@druke: I got hooked on those things too, but then I looked at the calorie count... bad idea. One vending machine sized bag is more than half your daily calories!! I think I'll take a subway sandwich and some sunchips instead!

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Snyder of Hanover Dill chips. So tasty!
Just wish that I could find them in stores, only in vending machines that I can find. That and they switched from the ridged style chip to the plain, thin, flat style. Not cool with that.

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Walker's, a brand in the UK. Difficult to find in the US though

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Better Made Barbecue! Detroit represent!!!

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ballreich's
http://www.ballreich.com/index.html

very regional, primarily NW OH, and SE MI. (can order online)
have a unique texture. folks either love 'em, or hate 'em.

my fav. variety is the "Smokey Sweet Mesquite"
had my brother try 'em back around Christmas, he thought they were stale.

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Munchos or Lays original. Surely for the salt content only. Sometimes I crave salt and those chips are the only thing that satisfies.

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SPICY SWEET CHILI from Doritos. Best. Chips. Ever. Yeah, I know they're not healthy, but they're sure addicting!

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@cornellbigred: they are hard to get in my neck of the woods in PA

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Route 11 lightly salted chips, made by a small company in Virginia. They have a variety of flavors, including Chesapeake Crab. Worth hunting up if you're in the Mid-Atlantic area.

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@luvche21:
Those are my brother's favorite, but for some reason he has trouble finding them in the DFW Metroplex.(where Frito lay is headquartered btw)
up here in buckeyeland, you can hardly walk into a store without tripping over 'em..