Jim Carroll

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The difference between Oxegen and Electric Picnic? Chips

Seriously, this is what it comes down to. Chips. French fries. Wedges. You won’t find them inside the walls at Thomas Cosby’s Stradbally Hall estate (anyway, who needs chips when you have Pieminister?), but there are chips galore at Punchestown. …

Tue, May 15, 2007, 09:26

   

Seriously, this is what it comes down to. Chips. French fries. Wedges. You won’t find them inside the walls at Thomas Cosby’s Stradbally Hall estate (anyway, who needs chips when you have Pieminister?), but there are chips galore at Punchestown.

Food and Drink
We’ve got lots of fantastic food to keep you going right through the weekend. There’s Fair Trade, organic and gourmet choices with tastes from around the globe, from Chinese and Indian to Spanish, Mexican and Italian. We’ve got crepes, waffles, tofu and of course quality burgers and chips – Whatever takes your fancy we’ll be serving it up all weekend.

Forget the bands and the campsites and the Oxegen kids vs the Electric Picnic twenty/thirty/fortysomethings – it’s all about the chips.

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