Tim's Cascade Style Cracked Peppercorn Potato Chips
Taste test: These are thicker cut potato chips (cooked in peanut oil) that we love so.
The pepper is not as pronounced as on other non-kettle varieties (such as Herr's or Utz), so these aren't as good as we were hoping. The pepper does linger in your mouth long after you've swallowed the chip, so it has that going for it. Overall, though, I'm a bit disappointed after waiting for a while to try these.
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Smell test: Surprisingly, they don't smell peppery at all.
From the package: “Our Cascade Style method produces a potato chip made the 'old fashioned way' -- using thick slices of premium potatoes, kettle cooked in pure peanut oil. This handcrafted method ensures that you get nothing but the crunchiest chip with real potato flavor.”
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Company: Tim's Cascade Snacks
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This snack was discovered by Glenna. Review published .
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