Friday, 1 August 2014

Seabrook Sea Salted

Lovingly made in Yorkshire by the Seabrook family since 1945 these lightly ridged crisps were superb. I can't say more than that. I found them in the services on the A2, just a little 31.8g bag (what sort of size is that we ask?) and we ate them on the ferry from Dover to Calais.

In fact we ate them so quickly because they were so very good, that there is no photograph for posterity. So all we have is the bag.

Top quality crisps from Yorkshire. So good they all got eaten. With a glass of champagne from P&O. Excellent. And fabulous. Absolutely delicious.

If you see them, try them.

Update: suddenly in October 2015 I saw this ad in the Guardian magazine.

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