Friday, August 7, 2009

A Crunchy Discovery

I am finding more uses for my bike, and am amazed by the different things that fit in my rack trunk panniers.





Hmmmm. What could it be?




Oh Yeah!!!


Note: this is not an endorsement for this product. It is merely a demonstration of yet another item that one Could put in there if one wanted to.

8 comments:

Steve A said...

Saw the post title and I thought I might just stay away from reading the post, not wanting to hear about how some bug got squished between your behind and the seat or other gooey discovery.

Chips, now that's just good, clean fun!

Oldfool said...

Where is the bean dip. For years back in the olden times those chips and a can of bean dip was my dinner.

Big Oak said...

Steve, yes, good, clean, crunchy fun!

O.F. - I never would have thought to eat those with bean dip, but I am sure I would like it. Next time I'll have to try them with bean dip. We've pretty much demolished the bag, so I'll have to get more while they are still on sale. Thanks for the great idea!

Steve A said...

I just keep thinking of a "Food Detectives" episode where they feed their Food Techs bugs. Crunchy!

331 Miles said...

Love it. Hey Oldfool -- the law states that the only chips allowed to be eaten with bean dip are Fritos. The snack police are coming for you now...

Rantwick said...

I'm more of a pannier freak than a chip freak, so eating chips directly out of the panniers sounds crunchy good... I would hesitate to do that with bean dip, though.

Oldfool said...

Hey I make my own bean dip and eat it with any thing including pie crust and sometimes just with my fingers. I don't swallow the finger part.
Fritos suck for bean dip and besides they are supposed to only be eaten with chili con carne over them in the bag.
Seriously bean dip and and nacho corn chips make a whole protein so I'm told. Not that I care. That combination has fueled Mexicans since the Aztecs.

jeff said...

For me, that could be dangerous to have Doritos handy right behind me as I ride. I need the salt, right?