Sean Duggan writes:
“Taytos in the British food section of Coles supermarket in Sydney…”
Just when you thought you’d seen the back of the ‘troubles’.
A ‘blind’ Northern Ireland Tayto Vs Republic of Ireland Tayto taste test.
Graeme Kelly writes:
After years of internal office debate we conducted a definitive Scientific experiment. Sample of 8 hungry males aged between 17 and 49.5 @11.30 this morning [see above]… Q.E.D
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Lloyd Murray writes:
“The good old days… :)”
Tayto ‘Totem’ candy popcorn.
Karl did his ‘inter’ surviving on these alone. Small chunks of Totem remain embedded between some of his teeth.
Cormac Farrell writes:
Found while spring cleaning. The best before date was 7 AUG. That’s all. No year.
It’s the Lennon and McCartney of the confectionary/savoury counter.
An impossible meeting of flavours that may well change everything you thought you knew about your palette and what it can withstand.
Crisps contained within the chocolate itself.
Radical, simple and thinking so literally out of the box you might as well give up and start baking Guinness trifles or a make yourself a cup of Barry’s coffee.
We have a box of the Tayto cheese ‘n’ onion chocolate bars to give away in a sweet and, quite possibly savoury, competition.
To enter, just complete this sentence.
Cheese n’ Onion AND Chocolate is like ________________ and ____________________
Lines close at 3pm.
Thanks Alison Keegan
Winner announced before 5pm.
This time they will be delivered.