OH DEAR GOD! More snack news…

Published: 11th Mar, 2009

Once upon a time, these were king…

mignons-morceaux

Back before your Kettle Chips and your Pringles, the truest sign of snack sophistication was to have a few bags of Phileas Fogg littered cleverly about the house. Punjab Puri, Shanghai Nuts, and the amazing Mignons Morceaux – mini crunchy garlic breads, for those who haven’t had the pleasure – these were the kind of crisps you could imagine Lady Diana insisting on at a royal gala or a dinner party. And yet, as noticed by great friend of the site, Matt, they have all gone missing.

It’s another outrage, people. Another snack outrage.

Josh Burt
About the author:
Josh has been a writer and journalist for the best part of twenty years and has written for modern staples like FHM and Cosmopolitan and The Daily Telegraph and The Sun. He has also written a small handful of so-so books that you can still buy.

5 Responses to OH DEAR GOD! More snack news…

  1. Garlic Bread says:

    this is indeed a travesty. These were the bestest snack evar! Tesco has or had a similar product.. do they still?

  2. Garlic Bread says:

    http://www.waitrosedeliver.com/wdeliver/servlet/JSPs/shop/display_ind_fs.jsp?line_number=038679&prrfnbr=255466

    these are supposed to be similar… haven’t tried em

    waitros garlic croutons

  3. Kara S says:

    OMG what a travesty. They were so delicious. My friend from school’s parents were way posher than mine and used to give them to me as a snack when I visited. I loved going to their house for this reason. I felt like a princess.
    Phileas Fogg used to do well nice nacho cheese flavour tortilla chips, are those now consigned to my taste memory too?

  4. Don Caster says:

    I used to love these.
    I also used to enjoy reading the story on the back explaining how he had discovered each snack.

  5. deepee61 says:

    I still work where we make these, we still make them but for the supermarkets Waitrose,Sainsbury’s etc

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