It started off on a good note: A type 1 bowl (we haven't seen one since march) filled with surprisingly tasty-looking dip.
magical tilting table again, which they save for their favourite customers.
The chips were on the stale side, but that was balanced out by the luscious thickness of the dip. It also had two distinguishing features that are best illustrated via illustration.
The second is the sheer heat of this dip. If you look closely at the pictures (Go on, click on them for the larger version - treat yourself) you can see that there's an unusual number of red chunks. These red lumps consist of pure fire which explains why the slug was eager to get out.
Final note: Given how thick the dip was, they did a commendable job of estimating the correct chip quantities.
Consistency: Thick, with intermittent wildlife
Spiciness: I was literally on fire after eating this.
Appearance: Type 1 bowl, tasteful arrangement of cornchips.
Temperature: Varied wildly between bowls
Flavour: Who can tell? there may have been some.
Chip-to-dip balance: They've clearly been retraining their Chip Arrangement Technician and it shows.