"Joe Buck crackers" and pimento cheese
Several years ago, we were at a Babe Ruth baseball game watching our son's team. In the bleachers sitting right in front of us were Joe Buck and two of his grandchildren, who were watching the same team. Joe got up and went to the concession stand, and he came back with a cardboard tray with three drinks and a bag of potato chips. He politely passed two of the drinks and the potato chips to the children. In a couple of minutes, he asked for a potato chip, so one of his grandchildren handed him the bag. It was empty. He didn't say a word. He got up and went back to the concession stand. He returned in a minute, and I saw him pause at the bottom of the bleachers. He looked up at his grandchildren, slowly placed the bag on a bleacher step, and softly stomped it! He picked it up, shook it to get any dirt off, walked back to his seat, reached out with the smashed bag of potato chips and said, "....anybody want a potato chip?"
His grandchildren looked at him like he was holding something gross, and he had the entire bag to himself. LOL
It's a private joke with my wife and I. Any time we get potato chips that are crumbled all up, we call them, "Joe Buck chips." I opened a box of my favorite crackers, which come stacked in a plastic tray inside the box......and one end was crumbled to pieces??? I just mixed a helping of Joe Buck crackers and pimento cheese in a saucer, and ate them with a spoon. .....tasted the same.
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