Aloha

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Apr 062012
 

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In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day to take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So on Fridays, Kailani asks us to take it easy on posting, too. Just ask a simple question,  nothing that requires a lengthy response. It’s a great way to make new blogging friends!

My Question is:
What kind of potato chips do you like?

My Answer is:
I go back and forth between original, wavy and BBQ. Depends on my mood.

 

  9 Responses to “Aloha”

  1. Mine changes on mood, too. I like Ruffles with French Onion Dip (Heluva Good only) and Pringles (plain best), or any kind of Salt & Vinegar or Sour Cream & Onion… although I’m open to other kinds. I don’t like BBQ at all, though! Happy Friday 🙂

  2. I’m pretty picky about potato chips. I don’t like anything too salty, greasy, or flavored. My favorite is plain ol’ Baked Ruffles or Baked Lay’s Potato Chips. Once I started eating the Baked variety, I can’t eat the others.

  3. I prefer the baked kind, but if I’m in the mood for extra crunchy, I love the Kettle Cooked ones. 🙂

    Have a great weekend – and Happy Easter! 🙂

    Easter Eggs-citement

  4. I love original or BBQ. Pringles are my favorite.

  5. Plain or French onion dip. But lately have been having BBQ soy by Nature’s Promise.

  6. My favorite are Hawaiian Kettle Style Potatoe Chips, Sweet Maui Onion. Yum! I also like Barbecue Flavor All Natural Pop Chips.

  7. I like Mrs. Fisher’s rippled chips – the problem is to get them here, I have to order them in the mail.

  8. I like cheddar and sour cream – Doritos – and BBQ corn chips!

  9. Hi Vicki,

    ‘Crisps’ are not something that I eat very often, in fact I generally prefer ‘Pringles’.

    My favourite flavours are .. ‘cheese and onion’ or ‘sour cream and chive’ .. although the additives an salt they use in them, make them so ‘moorish’, that I would probably enjoy most flavours.

    Yvonne

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