Nathan's Famous Chili Cheese Crunchy Crinkle Fries
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Nathan's Famous Chili Cheese Crunchy Crinkle Fries

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Taste test: This version of the Nathan's fries had the same not-quite-like-crinkle-fries shape as the other versions, but with a darker seasoning, in fact darker and more orange than the fries pictured on the bag.

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The taste was very good, as it had lots of chili taste, like a bowl of fairly spicy chili, with some pretty good kick to it. The heat hit in the back of the throat, especially in the aftertaste. The texture wasn't like actual French fries, but it was quite good, like a dense cheese puff with good crispness and a moderate crunch. Very tasty.

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Smell test: Nice, really smells like a bowl of chili.

From the package: “In 1916, two young Polish immigrants named Nathan and Ida Handwerker put down their $300 life savings to open a frankfurter and French fry stand on Coney Island, New York. They called it Nathan's Famous! In addition to selling the country's newest taste sensation, the hot dog, Nathan and Ida served golden, crinkle cut French fries. Northing like ordinary fries, cut thick and hearty with a unique, crinkly shape then cooked to a golden brown perfection.”

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Ocean State Job Lot. Review published .

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