Taste test: These are sort of a cross between ordinary potato chips and kettle-cooked potato chips.
They're not as irregular in shape as most kettle chips, nor as crunchy, but they sort of have the kettle chips texture. Very potatoey taste, not much salt. Pretty good chips.
Smell test: Potatoey
From the package: “In the Winter of 1921, my gradparents, Salie (Sale-ee) and Bill Utz began cooking mandmade potato chips in the summer kitchen in our home in Hanover, Pennsylvania. After cooking and packaging the chips by hand, Bill took them to local stores, fairs and farmer's markets in the area. ... It is in this tradition, that we bring you Grandma Utz's, made with the same care and pride that Salie and Bill had back in 1921.”
Online store: Buy potato chips on Amazon
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This snack was discovered by Keith.