Larry the Cable Guy Fried Dill Pickle Tater Chips
Taste test: These potato chips were fairly thin and had lots of green seasoning on them (kind of resembling dill).
The thing that I was hoping would set them apart from other pickle-flavored potato chips was the "fried" aspect. But in reality, there wasn't anything particularly fried about the pickle flavor. (Maybe I should have suspected this when I saw that the pickles pictured on the bag were just regular pickles, not fried ones.) The pickle flavor, though good, was similar to your average (non-fried) pickle-flavored chip, except weaker. Still decent chips, just not a standout among the different brands of pickle-flavored potato chips available.
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Smell test: Good strong pickle smell, much like other pickle-flavored potato chips.
From the package: “Wimpy flavors are for sissies. These flavors will knock yer snack cravins like a cop kickin' down a trailer door. Shoot, they are zoo good I'd save yourself the trouble and grab a second, third or fourth bag right now!!! I picked out these here flavors just for you! Now what in the world are you waiting for? Git-R-Done!”
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Company: Barrel o' Fun Snack Food Co.
Categories for this snack:
- All Larry the Cable Guy (11 snacks)
- Potato Chips (1959 snacks)
- Pickle Chips (66 snacks)
- Dill Chips (60 snacks)
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