Sunday, May 9, 2010

Kettle Chips

A favor I have not tried and it not the krinkle cut. Sometimes the simplest is the best. Nice and salty with a flavor that you would get if you sprinkled malt vinegar on them but none of the irritating sogginess. Another winner.


Celeste said...

Have you tried the Kettle brand baked chips? Trust me, they're nothing like other baked chips. Kettle baked taste like REAL potato chips...and a bonus for salty-snack lovers with no self control: the ENTIRE bag has ~400 calories. Whole Foods carries the baked version in three or four flavors (aged cheddar, bbq, salt/pepper, and plain). Give 'em a whirl...they're a good partner for dip, as the texture is slightly thicker and crunchier than a standard, fried Kettle chip.

Arthur "The Bear" Hebert said...

I have seen at least one flavor of the baked in town but have been leery of trying them. Based on your recommendation I will give them a whirl next time I see them