North Fork of Long Island Kettle Cooked Sour Cream and Onion Potato Chips
Taste test: These sour cream and onion chips were a definite standout, as the distinct texture of the North Fork chips was combined with a great sour cream and onion flavoring for a delicious chip. The chips were crisper and thinner than most kettle-cooked chips, with a light crunch.
The flavoring tasted like sour cream and onion, but it didn't really taste like any other sour cream and onion chips we've tried, and the taste was really quite good. The chips were also a bit less wiggly than most kettle chips (though still a little wiggly) and most of the chips were small or broken, but with the great texture and taste, nobody was complaining.
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Smell test: Very, very nice creamy onion smell.
From the package: “The chip starts here. We know potatoes. We've been growing them on our family farm in Mattituck for three generations. We also know that the perfect potato chip starts with a spectacular spud. That's why we're kettle-cooking our potatoes to make super-crispy chips witha hearty potato flavor. They're all natural with no preservatives or cholesterol. Your search for the perfect chip is over ... start crunching!”
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Company: Martin Sidor Farms
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