Hey sluts, I've been meaning to do this, so I'm going to get it out of the way. Its my review of these chips from the Indian grocery... They seemed promising. I love Indian spices like Garam Masala, Indian spices are great with potatoes, and I love chips. It seems like it was meant to be. Here's the back of the bag. It made me laugh for some reason. I tried to go to this website, but it was no longer there. This made me question the expiration date of the chips, no expiration date on the bag. I could have died for the sake of mildly entertaining the lovely posters here at Dawg's Saloon. Then I thought about the lovely tribute thread that Nerd, Peachy, or Heinous Mark would make for me and I confidently forged ahead. For the record, "Dhak Dhak" is not what an Indian Eric the Actor would say. It is in fact the Indian equivalent to "Thump, Thump" or "Thud, Thud" as in the term people use to describe the sound that a beating heart makes. Dillogical indeed. Here's a close shot of the chips on my plate. They are actually more like the American chip Ruffles instead of the American version of Lays chips or the British version called Walkers. They look very similar to Ruffles Sour Cream and Cheddar chips. I had them with a Smoked Turkey Sandwich with Spring Mix and Russian Dressing on a Pumpernickel Bun. The verdict: Somewhat terrible...the texture was fine, but the actual chip flavor was awful. I don't know how they managed to mess this one up, but they did. When you bite into it you get a sulphurous taste on you palate followed by overwhelming saltiness followed by a faint Indian spice. I would not buy these again and I ended up eating five of them to make certain that my mind wasn't playing tricks on me then I threw them on my compost heap. Thinking back, I should have photographed that, but I sadly did not. I was not thinking Dillogically, but luckily I'm still alive to tell the tale, my heart safely going "Dhak, Dhak" inside my chest. On Tonight's Menu: Grilled Goat Cheese Panini - Drunken Goat brand Goat Cheese with Homemade Blackberry Preserves and Jalapeno Peppers on Whole Grain Bakery Bread grilled on a panini press... ...and a beautiful duet from Dolly parton and Emmy Rossum "When Love Is New". Enjoy! : [video=youtube;mlE6FIl68rc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlE6FIl68rc[/video] Talk about food, talk about music. It don't matta, my pretties. Hope you're having an awesome weekend.