I love crispy, salty potato chips with a sandwich, but most commercial chips are overly oily, too thick, or covered in mouth-coating powders. At a nearby deli, I discovered Tayto crisps. These crisps—don’t call them chips—come from Northern Ireland, and their distinctive, light flavors (such as Wuster Sauce and Pickled Onion) are surprisingly addictive. Whether it’s because the company uses Lady Rosetta and Lady Claire potatoes, or because it takes special care in harvesting, slicing, and frying them to delicate perfection, Taytos make my sandwich, and my Guinness, taste better.

Tayto Assorted Six-Pack, $5.19

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