Lay's Deep Dish Pizza Flavor Inspired By Giordano's
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Lay's Deep Dish Pizza Flavor Inspired By Giordano's

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Taste test: This flavor from the Tastes of America line wasn't the first time that Lay's did a pizza flavor — north of the border, they did a Toronto College Street Pizza flavor for the Tastes of Canada line in 2003, and in the not-really-potato-chips department, there was a Pizza-flavored Lay's Stax in 2005.

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The chips had somewhat wiggly shapes with lots of bubbles embedded inside, and the surfaces had a light orange tint generally, with a very light smattering of darker seasoning bits, most of them dark green.

I crunched in to find a nice light, brittle crunch and a good tomato flavor with some herbs and spices. I wouldn't say it was a spot-on pizza taste, as it just didn't seem all that cheesy, so probably not a perfect match for the more specific Giordano's Deep Dish Pizza either. But still a nice taste.

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Smell test: Smells like a jar of Ragu.

From the package: “Inspired by the pizza recipe made famous in the Midwest, here's a taste of their iconic stuffed deep-dish pizza. Legendary cheese pull anyone?”

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Company: Frito-Lay

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy. Review published .

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