Chip of the Year: Episode 52

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Chip of the Year: Episode 52

  • In this episode: So many people to thank and Chip of the Year

  • Chip Review: Kettle – Bourbon BBQ, Many thanks to Karin Zimmerman (13:45)

  • Trivia question of the week: In Gustav Holst’s The Planets, which planet is the Bringer of Old Age? (10:26)

  • Follow us on Instagram: 2pts_n_a_bagofchips and/or Twitter @2PTsNaBagOChips to see photos, video and get additional episode specific information throughout the week.

  • Thanks for listening!!

Huge thank you to everyone who came on the podcast this year. We can’t thank you enough for taking the time to share your knowledge, stories and insights.

  Dr. Mike Pascoe – Episode 12 Ian Bosman – Episode 13 Robert Castillo – Episode 16 Stephanie Grover – Episode 30 Mary Carey – Episode 31 Peter Jennings – Episode 38 Dr. Mohammed Z. Rimawi – Episode 40 Amanda Turner Active Fueling – Episode 44  
We also want to say thank you to everyone who provided chips this year. You guys have provided an amazing assortment of chips and we are incredibility appreciative.
Trent Cook
Matt Schneider
Lizzy Schneider
Steve Kovisto
Judy Kay
Patti Skiles
Ellen Bywaters
Pippa & Jamie
Hank
Becky and Dustin
Mary Carey
Kathleen Parker
McKenna Homner
Joan Saliman
Don Oberndorf
Aiden Bosman
Stephanie Grover
Khem Suthiwan
Skylar and his Mom Connie
Karin Zimmermann

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