Nathan's Famous Honey Mustard Crunchy Crinkle Fries
Taste test: These fries didn't really look much like actual crinkle fries, as they were stubbier and had narrower wiggles in them, but they did look like the ones pictures on the bag.
I crunched in to find that they had a crisp but soft feel, so in that way they were more like fries than chips. They had a bright yellow color and had a lot of honey-mustard flavor on the first bite, so they tasted pretty good, but the flavoring didn't really stay around while finishing each fry. The yellow color was confined to the outside of the fries, and the flavor seemed to have the same limitation, as it didn't go all the way through and wasn't strong enough to last.
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Smell test: Weak honey mustard smell.
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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