6. Walkers Turkey and Stuffing
The British snack company responsible for Cajun Squirrel crisps brings us a rather tame chip, all things considered, with its tried-and-true Turkey and Stuffing flavor. Notes of gamey dark meat and a lot of sage come to mind. The only thing worse would be the addition of candied yams, cranberries and pumpkin pie.
2. Walkers Cajun Squirrel
What the huh? Squirrel? Those zany Brits. Cajun Squirrel was just one of the six flavors that the British company selected for its "Do Us a Flavour" campaign in which customers were asked to vote on the flavor they most wanted to come to fruition. The other contenders? Fish and Chips, Chili and Chocolate, Crispy Duck and Hoisin, Onion Bhaji, and Builder's Breakfast, a mix of egg, bacon, sausage and beans (which took home the gold).
1. Tako Octopus Flavored Chips
Although shaped more fishlike than cephalopod, these funky snacks from Nong Shim are described by the company as “Round & cute octopus-shaped (joyful to the eye); tasty & salty; and smell of octopus.” Reviewers describe them as strange, fishy, octopus-like and ... addictive!
"gamey dark meat" taste or "smells of octopus" -- WLF?
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Argentinean Flame Grilled Steak
Australian BBQ Kangaroo
Dutch Edam Cheese
English Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding
French Garlic Baguette
German Bratwurst Sausage
Italian Spaghetti Bolognese
Japanese Teriyaki Chicken
South African Sweet Chutney
Spanish Chicken Paella
Jimmy Carr: "Jimmy con Carrne" (Chili con carne)
Stephen Fry: "Stephen Fry Up" (Full English fry up)
Al Murray: "Steak and Al Pie" (Steak and ale)
Frank Skinner: "Frank Roast Dinner" (Roast chicken dinner)
Sour Cream & Spring Onion (Mystery Flavour A)
Lincolnshire Sausage & Brown Sauce (Mystery Flavour B)
Birmingham Chicken Balti (Mystery Flavour C)