Mash up foods

Couldn’t decide whether to post this in good or bad things posted on social media but decided this might be its own genre of bizarre combinations of products (or brand extensions)

Here’s my starter (or is it dessert?!)

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  • I’d eat dat
  • No thank you!

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These were good, not enough raisins though

Potato.
Carrots.

Both great things to mash up.

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Tayto are absolutely the worst crisps. I cannot fathom why the Irish rate them. Terrible.

Do not tell my wife I said that.

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Oh, ‘gum’.

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At it.

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Which ones?

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2manyDJs spoil the broth!

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Cheese and onion. Don’t hit me.

Yeah but which jurisdiction, north and south are completely different!

The better ones by far are from the north

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Mr Crispo will take on both our boys

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Something unnerves me slightly about a beer being made with a waste product from the brewing process.

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Yeah but which Tayto brand, the ones in the pic of the OP are from the company that makes them in the north, the other ones are way better

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Thought salted caramel was a weird one at first, but there’s no denying it works, and you can barely find unsalted caramel anymore it seems

Next big thing is peppered custard, I reckon

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I had no idea!

Wife is Dublinish, so I’ve only ever had the Southern ones.

That said, I bought a box of them (at great personal expense) for wife at Christmas, and she liked those, but they must have been ENGLISH Tayto. So they should have tasted disgusting.

I have my doubts that there’s any difference.

All bad.

Depends which Tayto though. There are hugely significant taste differences between Republic of Ireland Tayto (red and blue bag) and Northern Ireland Tayto (yellow bag).

EDIT just noticed this has been addressed upthread.

Yes!

The English ones (scunthorpe!) are yellow I think.

The red ones seem proper.

Don’t know where Kings fits into this…