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OK... am I the only one who does this?? I love to add a layer of Baked Lays to all of my sandwiches... PB&J, Tuna, Turkey...whatever. The crunch factor makes it taste sooo good.

Anybody else a fan?

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Nope I do it too! Love it on hamburgers too.
Can't say I've done it with PB&J though.

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I do it too, but real Lay's not baked and only on tuna! I actually lost my first tooth eating a tuna and potato chip sandwich.
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for me, it's kettle chips.

on turkey? yep

tuna and pb&j, not so much.

now i'm hungry again.
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Yum! But not baked lays, not a fan. And not on PBJ.
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Only on sloppy joes. And Ruffles,not baked

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Ooh I do that too! But only deli meat sandwiches, not tuna or PB&J. I also put my fries on my cheeseburger.

Now I'm getting hungry.
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Mmmm, on just about anything except PB&J. And I eat hamburgers and fries at the same time, like bite of burger, bite of fry, then chew.

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Mmmmm, we did that in HS. But not on pb&j
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Me and my mom put them under "chop suey" (macaroni, ground beef, onion, green pepper with tomato sauce). Very tasty!
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I do it all the time. My all time favorite though? Original Dorito's on a mashed potato sandwich. YUM!

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I love potato chips on sandwiches. The saltyness and crunchyness is just perfect to complement any sandwich. I may have to send dh out for potatoe chips right now. Yes, I love them so much I spell them both ways!

 
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MMM... Middlesworth bbq chips on a cheese and mustard sandwich...
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MAYBE on tuna, but not on any of the other sandwiches mentioned. *shudder*

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That's my secret weakness! Every once in a while I have to get a veggie Subway grinder loaded with chips. It's soooooo good.
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MMMmmm!!

My favorite is a ham and cheese and mustard sammich, with Ruffles on it.

*drool*
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MMM... Middlesworth bbq chips on a cheese and mustard sandwich...
OMG, you just opened up a whole new world for me. Flavored chips on sandwiches. You're a genious!! Obviously I'm not as I'm not sure I spelled that right!!!

 
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Ooooh, I'm getting hungry now! **runs to see if there are Baked Lays in the house**

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Only on sloppy joes. And Ruffles,not baked
Man I've been craving a sloppy joe lately and this does not help. Sloppy Joe's w/ potato chips were a staple when I was growing up. I wonder if they would be as good now as they were then. I might just have to find out. They are a good fall comfort food.
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for me, it is a bagel with creme cheese and doritos on top, nacho cheese flavor.


mmmmmmm
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Add me to the club! (mmm, club sandwich with chips....)

I don't like soggy stuff, so having the chips help give it extra crunch!
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MMMMHHHHMMMMM!

I love Doritos or corn chips on PBJs. Nuthin like it!
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Man I've been craving a sloppy joe lately and this does not help. Sloppy Joe's w/ potato chips were a staple when I was growing up. I wonder if they would be as good now as they were then. I might just have to find out. They are a good fall comfort food.
Yes, unfortunately, they are :LOL MMMM...Manwich

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I like it with ham and turkey but that's about it.

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Yes, unfortunately, they are :LOL MMMM...Manwich
You're MEAN! Now I'm hungary and I just ate dinner not too long ago. Damn I want a sloppy joe. Ithink I'll have to run to the store tomorrow and get some manwich canned stuff and some chips. Do you think my organic ground beef will protest???
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lol. kathryn, you totally sounded pregnant just then!

one of my secret non healthy favorites? a veggie delight sub from subway with cool ranch doritos. yeah, baby. doritos are good.
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On their own usually - just bread, butter and chips, but they must be cheese and onion.
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Yum....I love them. Equally good is a chip candwich without anything but mustard. Just bread, mustard, and chips.
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I like chips on deli sandwiches though I haven't done it in a long time. We can't eat wheat here anymore.

DH thinks I am nuts because I like to potato chips as a spoon for baked beans. Kettle Chips are the best!

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