Saturday, 9 February 2013

Jackpots Roast Beef and Horseradish Flavour Crisps [By @SpectreUK]



The potatoes used to make these Roast Beef and Horseradish flavour crisps were grown on the Fairfield’s family farm in East Anglia. Made with 100% natural flavours, the 40g bag had 182 calories, with 9.36g of fat and 1.32g of sugar. The ingredients included potatoes, sunflower oil, salt, onion, mustard, chickpea, citric acid, natural horseradish flavouring, and malt vinegar, with paprika for natural colour. These crisps were suitable for vegetarians and contained wheat, gluten and milk.

I decided to take these crisps with me for a picnic outside the Barbican on a visit to London to see the an exhibition. I’d picked up a Roast Beef and Horseradish bap from M&S once I’d arrived at Marylebone Station. It was a surprisingly pleasant day and the art exhibition had been an exhilarating triumph. I sat down behind the Barbican on one of the picnic benches and I enjoyed the fountains gurgling softly nearby. I enjoyed my tasty sandwich and revelled in the pure Roast Beef and Horseradish flavour of these nose and tongue tingling crisps. These crisps had a roast beefy mustard smell to them and a moreish quality that made me regret bringing only the one bag. Fortunately there were a few more bags left over in the Foodstufffinds crisp vault to enjoy once I’d arrived back home.
By Spectre

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