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Jun 16, 2008

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Rebecca

Sweet Jesus...if you can find potato chips around here that rival the (now closed) Ham's, PLEASE let us know on here...Ham's floppy chips RULED!!!!!

Erin

Jungle Grill in College Park makes hot chips and they are pretty good. I have never been to Ham's so I can not compare but they are def. worth a try.

Carrie

I remember Ham's...and, per my college experience, the wonderful chips at The Village Tavern down i-40 in Winston. I give props to the new-ish Indigo Landing in Alexandria for presenting some housemade chips with fundito that are outstanding.

Carrie

(p.s. Ham's is very much alive and open in a dozen+ cities in NC and richmond.)

momma

well, put some of those chips on a piece of white bread with a touch of butter and youve got a really decadent late nite sandwich. wonderful!

pauline

Wow, a chip recipe that doesn't require deep frying! I didn't know it was possible. I'm definitely going to try this out. Thanks!

pauline

Wow, a chip recipe that doesn't require deep frying! I didn't know it was possible. I'm definitely going to try this out. Thanks!

Taresa Schmidt

Yeah, I'm not a big fan of the deep fat fryer (well actually I am, but my hips are not...)
I tried out a microwave version of this recipe first (I got it on good authority that this would work) but there's way too many wimpy throw-aways if you do it that way... baking them yields a pretty good cripsy, golden batch.

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