Lillie's Original Kettle Chips
Taste test: These potato chips had a light yellow color, wiggly shapes and a good helping of skin around the edges.
We crunched in to find a very strong crunch and a fairly mild potato flavor. They kept the level of salt pretty low, which may have held back the flavor. The potato taste got stronger after getting several chips in a row, but still it wasn't the richest of potato flavors. Decent chips.
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Smell test: Very mild potato smell.
From the package: “Southern Tradition” ... “No. 00” ... “Simple, delicious crunch with the perfect dusting of salt. Why No. 00? Visit our restaurants or LilliesQ.com for the full story. Hint: if it ain’t broke, don’t break it.” ... “Back home in Greenville, SC, Grandma Lillie taught Charlie the art of using authentic, regionally-inspired Southern flavors to serve up tastes and traditions all their own. Ever since Charlie first opened Lillie's Q in Chicago in 2010, we’ve aimed to do the same, one meticulously crafted recipe at a time.
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Company: Lillie's Q
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This snack was discovered at Foodease, Water Tower Place, Chicago. Review published .
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