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Lays rolling out a new chocolate covered potato chips

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Chicken and waffles. I found them quite nasty, but the cheesy garlic bread ones were pretty good.

I thought it was chicken and waffles or waffles and syrup, sounds yucky though. Didn't have the garlic bread ones, sadly.

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garlic bread.. yummm

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garlic bread.. yummm

Oh yeah - mass quantities. One of my favorites. Ever make bread pizza out of it?

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Oh yeah - mass quantities. One of my favorites. Ever make bread pizza out of it?

 

Yup.  I have.

 

and Cinnamon breadsticks as well. 

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That's known as a Luther Burger, which is attributed to being created by the late singer Luther Vandross. Mulligan's in Decatur, Georgia was the first to serve them. Now Krispy Kreme and a few other stores sell them - a marketing success and only ~1,500 calories each.

 

I totally thought that was just a random grouping of foods. I was actually laughing at your naming it the "Luther Burger" until I realized that you might not be joking. I'm astounded that's a real thing.

 

BTW, I'm pretty sure Elvis came up with chocolate potato chips. Yeah, it was definitely Elvis, or maybe Jessica Simpson :) /s

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I totally thought that was just a random grouping of foods. I was actually laughing at your naming it the "Luther Burger" until I realized that you might not be joking. I'm astounded that's a real thing.

BTW, I'm pretty sure Elvis came up with chocolate potato chips. Yeah, it was definitely Elvis, or maybe Jessica Simpson :) /s

No, but the Elvis sandwich is named for him; peanut butter, caramelized bananas and crispy bacon on grilled Hawaiian bread.

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Mars bars + salt and vinegar chips is what my friend use to eat all the time.

 

I tried it and it was crazy, but there was something to it.    extreme salt/vinegar/sugar combination.

 

 

 

still, i doubt this will be good.

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No thanks, I'm happy with my Chocolate covered by a different kind of Chocolate.

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It doesn't sound good at all. Chips + chocolate = bad. Try eating Reeses' after eating Doritos... not good at all.

 

Actually, if you're eating salty chips or sour cream and onion, and you eat a milk chocolate right afterwards, you get a wonderful mix of salt and sweet. I've been thinking someone should do this for a long time, BUT it's not very healthy for you. but then again, candy rarely is :)

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That's known as a Luther Burger, which is attributed to being created by the late singer Luther Vandross. Mulligan's in Decatur, Georgia was the first to serve them. Now Krispy Kreme and a few other stores sell them - a marketing success and only ~1,500 calories each.

Damn, I did a Google search and that is one massive patty!

I was thinking of a local variant they showcase at our yearly end-of-summer carnival which is a bit modest: two wet soggy Krispy Kreme donuts with a quarter pounder patty the usual veggies.

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Actually, if you're eating salty chips or sour cream and onion, and you eat a milk chocolate right afterwards, you get a wonderful mix of salt and sweet. I've been thinking someone should do this for a long time, BUT it's not very healthy for you. but then again, candy rarely is :)

Hmmm, I suppose it depends on the flavors. But to be honest, that doesn't sound too appealing either. But, perhaps, I'll try it and see.

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My reaction most of the "food" mentioned in this topic:

 

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Fatties rejoice ! :p

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No, this not a satirical news story made by the Onion, this is real. Lays will be rolling out a new chocolate covered wavy potato chips next week. 

 

Read the Full Story Here

 

 http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2013/10/31/lays-potato-chips-chocolate-covered/3324377/?csp=fbfanpage

 

1383248228000-LaysWavyDipped-FINAL-2-.pn

 

That sounds completely disgusting.

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Occasionally, I like to have some original lays chips with my beer.

 

What kind of a drink would go with this? Tea? Coffee? Coke?

 

 

how that any different than bread + chocolate ?

 

Bread isn't made from potatoes, is it? :D

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Bread isn't made from potatoes, is it? :D

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:p th?id=H.4963226701530581&pid=15.1&H=125&

 

You can make it from rice too if you want. Still, in a common understanding, bread is made from flour derived from cereal grains not potatoes.

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Why hasn't anybody still asked the important questions like if they did double-dip those chips?

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how that any different than bread + chocolate ?

 

Bread is made from wheat and flour, not potatoes.

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Aren't we running out of chocolate? :rofl:

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Worse enough those flavored Lays they had months ago. I seem to recall waffles flavor or something like that.

all of those special edition Lays were absolutely delicious.

 

honestly, these chocolate covered lays sound interesting. i'd love to try them.

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Lays?

Oh you mean WALKERS

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Aren't we running out of chocolate? :rofl:

Yes -- so we must nuke China.

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This is the same, but in reverse - Cheese & Onion Chocolate

 

It isn't as bad as you'd think.

 

I'm thinking of making some chocolate with Salt & Vinegar Peanuts (Asda's own - as they are very strong).

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