How To Make A Tayto Sandwich…

The idea has mutated…

It started with this guy and his “How To Be English” video on Youtube.

Then it became your ideas for a “How To Be Irish” video which we were going to do.

This? Much better. We want you to put together your own video, film it, upload it to Youtube and then mail us with the url.

We’d like you to film…

How to make a Tayto sandwich 🙂

What we liked was its simplicity and yet it’s infinite complexity! Choice of which flavour of Tayto; cheese and onion, salt’n’vinegar, smokey bacon. The bread – endless possibilities; soda, white, brown. To butter or not to butter, to cut or not to cut…

And then there is the location to make your masterpiece. It could be outside an Irish thatched cottage or on the top of a mountain or outside the GPO…

And the more colourful your costume the better. There is a great prize. We’re working on it. We’ll reveal it as soon as we can and it will be worth your while…

So to recap – we want YOU to make an instructional video as to how you make a Tayto sandwich, film it, put it up on YouTube, then send us the link. Simple as that. Our judging panel will take everything into account – style, creativity, insanity, materials, method…

2FM – spending your licence fee wisely 😉

3 thoughts on “How To Make A Tayto Sandwich…

  1. Hi Rick. Two questions:

    -Have you decided on a deadline for this?

    -Will you reveal the prize on the blog or on the show?

    Great competition. My mind is on overdrive trying to think about ideas.

  2. Howya anonymous! We’re just in the process of sorting it out so as soon as we know you will and no deadline as of yet, it’ll be after the weekend at the very least.

    I’ll have more details tomorrow 🙂

  3. Bizarre. I was out walking with my nephews the week before last and snapped a photo of them in Glendalough looking down over the lake. One of them was eating a bag of Tayto and I thought wouldn’t it be slightly nutty if there was a site dedicated to photos of people eating their Tayto crisps in weird and wonderful places around the world. The domain I registered was taytomoto.com – literally only early stages though.

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