I don’t normally bat an eyelid at Kettle Discoveries because their flavours are a little whacky for me when it comes to crisps, I am a simple Salt and Vinegar girl and proud of it. That said when my lovely chum Kevvie posted these Kettle Discoveries New York Deli with Pastrami, Dill Pickle & Mustard crisps on Instagram I knew I had to try them. So here we are today with sandwich themed crisps on the menu.  Kettle Discoveries is all about snazzy flavour combinations that are inspired from near and far places and are ultimately here to get us…

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Today marks the start of a series of posts over the next few weeks thanks to Foodylicious* who sent me a wonderful box of goodies to try. If you are a follower on Instagram you would have got a sneak preview on InstaStories of what’s to come, if you’re not following well you’re just going to have to wait and see.  What and who are Foodylicious? Other than having a grand name Foodylicious is an online to door delivery of innovative products that haven’t yet fully reached supermarkets. Foodylicious has already doubled it’s boxes on offer bringing the total up…

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This time next week we shall be so full it’s going to be an effort even to think about moving. A Christmas dinner is not a Christmas dinner without the simple delight of sausages wrapped in bacon. After the most surprisingly delicious Cocoa and Spiced Rum crisps I couldn’t turn down the Tesco Finest Succulent Pigs in Blanket. I recall Tesco doing these last year but I didn’t get around to trying them, so I am pleased to see they have made an appearance this festive period.  Pigs in Blankets seem to be a hard crisps to master. Given it’s two types…

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M&S are always ones to push the boundaries and make us question whether sweet can be made into salty and if drinks can be made into food. Well in this case we have both. Enter M&S Winter Berries and Prosecco crisps. Okay despite my better judgement I was swayed by sheer curiosity and edible gold stars. There has been quite the trend with not so average crisps so why not make fruity ones? Visually these were oh so exciting. With the pink berry hue and the shimmery gold stars, these were delightfully festive and would sit comfortably on the party table.  Per…

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Crisps are a staple at Christmas, and at any good shindig for that matter. I do love a crisp, usually I am very particular with my salt and vinegar however Christmas brings out the adventurous side of me and I cannot pass up the opportunity for the turkey crisps. Airing on a little crazy M&S Christmas Turkey And Maple Syrup crisps have hit the shelves. Made using specially selected British potatoes that are thinly sliced skin on and hand cooked in small patches, promises to give a delicious and crispy snack. There really is nothing worse than a limp crisp!…

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