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Crisp Sandwiches!

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Smowball | 21:15 Sun 16th May 2021 | Food & Drink
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Yes or no?? Have to admit I don’t have them often but they are my guilty pleasure Lol. With mayonnaise obviously!

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Yes for me, no mayo but plenty best butter.
Yep.
Haven't had a crisp for many a year, but now I want one.
i used to make many many years ago when i was a child , Smiths crisps with the blue sachet of salt , delicious
It's called a crisp piece for goodness sake!
Love them, especially Tayto Smokey Bacon on wholemeal or seeded bread
Oh yes. Has to be Tayto with salted Irish butter.
Absolutely yes! Like Mamya,no mayo,just butter. Cheese and onion would be the preference.
yes, either alone or as a topping
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A crisp piece?? Have never heard that before lol.
Yes, beefy ones
Yes, plenty of butter on mine too
I’ve never heard of a crisp sandwich. It sounds ghastly.
Never had one.
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Mine has to be salt n vinegar crisps!
Had one today, very tasty!
Salt and vinegar for me too.
I call it a piece and crisps.
Mayonnaise is the Devil's vomit and should be banned immediately!

There's nowt wrong with a crisp sarnie though. Even the Grauniad is happy to devote space to considering the best ways to eat one ;-)
https://www.theguardian.com/food/2019/dec/05/how-to-eat-a-crisp-sandwich

The British Corner Shop website is prepared to consider the use of Nik Naks, etc, within their inclusion
https://blog.britishcornershop.co.uk/2015/01/the-ultimate-guide-to-crisps-sandwiches/
and the recipes section of Sainsbury's website offers a guide to perfection:
https://recipes.sainsburys.co.uk/recipes/the-ultimate-crisp-sandwich

I'm feeling hungry now!
Clorted with margarine...

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