The internet's premier podcast for all things potato. We talk to people about the world's favourite snack food. What do they eat, why do they eat it and why? If things get real wild we might talk corn chips or even, dare I say, popcorn. From recipes to family traditions and favourite flavours to your desert island potato chip, Chip Off The Old Block is where you can listen to the internet's best common taters.
This week on the podcast I get Jonathan Torrens back for making me eat popcorn chicken when I was 14. We talk about kids, life, love, Street Cents, the South, and of course chips.
This was an incredibly fun episode to record. The audio quality is NOT great because phone calls, but this was an absolute pleasure.
Also, check out Taggert and Torrens.
These week on the podcast it's a double dip. In our first segment we'll talk about my love of plain or even unsalted potato chips and in the second segment we'll find out why my 4 year old daughter loves potato chips. The answer may just shock you.
This week on the podcast we talk to my good friend and chef extraordinaire Chef Ben Kelly. Ben has a blog, a podcast AND a weekly cooking show so I made some food with him and then we chatted all about potato chips. We talked about whether or not salt and pepper chips are the best thing ever invented, a brief history on how potato chips came about, and why potato chips are the best snack food on the planet.
You can find Ben EVERYWHERE, but specifically;
This week on the podcast I'm joined by Digital Marketing Strategist, football fan, and Dorito aficionado Josh Gallant. We talk about some spicy topics including Super Bowl Ads, Marketing Gimmicks, Josh's Fave Chips, and whether or not spicy = good.
Be sure to follow Josh on Twitter and Instagram.
Also, check out the Chance The Rapper commercial Josh talks about and my all-time fave Super Bowl Ad.
This week marks the return of fan favourite and troll extraordinaire Laird Smith. My co host from Mostly Spoilers shares with me his opinion on plain potato chips, strange 80s films and lemon pickles. You can’t even make this stuff up.
This week on the podcast we talk to Halifax's Becky Matheson, owner of Wanderlust Tattoo Halifax.
Becky has a sign on the wall of her studio that says "Eat Chips" so it's not surprising that we got along so well. Becky talked with me about her favourite chip (if there is such a thing), a lot about choices, and a conversation surrounding "decoy potato chips".
I hope you enjoy and if you want to see some of Becky's incredible work you can check her out at www.instagram.com/beckz_m and you can check out her studio at https://www.facebook.com/wanderlusttattoohalifax.
In the very first episode of the podcast we talk to Sam Spurlin, a friend from south of the border that eats his chips in a very unique and peculiar way. We will talk to Sam about why he does what he does and how he does and why it might say more about him than he might think.
This week I sit down with one of my best friends and one of my worst friends. One man. Laird Smith. In typical Laird fashion, he spends most of the episode messing with me talking about how to categorize berries and in typical me fashion, I fall for it hook line and sinker. We also talk about why Laird hates the second most delicious substance on earth.
This week I talk to one of my favourite humans, the incredible Rowan Morrissy. We talk about her love of sour cream and onion, the terrible tater choices her partner makes and why the most important piece of furniture in her home is not for people, but rather potato chips.