McClure's Potato Chips Crinkle Cut Garlic Dill Pickle
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McClure's Potato Chips Crinkle Cut Garlic Dill Pickle

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Taste test: These wide-rippled potato chips had some bits of dark green dill on them, with generally a light yellow color and some skin around the edges.

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I crunched in to find a middle-strength pickle flavor, definitely not as strong as some other pickle chips, but still unquestionably a pickle taste, with more of a mix of potato and pickle than those stronger ones. Our tasters were impressed, as people liked these. Though these had garlic right in their name, they weren't any more garlicky than most other pickle chips. Pretty good.

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Smell test: Good fresh pickle smell.

From the package: “Here's our story ... two brothers grew up making pickles in Michigan and decided to start a pickle company using an old family recipe. Now they make their products in Brooklyn, NY (where Bob lives) and in Detroit, MI (where Joe lives). Not stopping there, they decided to make some potato chips ... that taste like pickles”

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Company: McClure's Pickles

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Formaggio Kitchen, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .

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