Hooters Dill Pickle Potato Chips
Taste test: These chips were smothered in dill pickle flavoring, making them very speckled with green flakes.
The chips themselves were unremarkable. You can taste the pickle, though it was not as good as other pickle chips we've tried. These are also saltier than normal pickle chips. Not a bad chip, but not outstanding either.
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Smell test: Smells like the inside of a bag of chips, no pickle smell.
From the package: “Founded in 1983 in Clearwater, Florida, Hooters Restaurants has grown to over 350 locations in small towns, major metropolitan areas and internationally. The casual beach-theme establishments feature 50's and 60's jukebox music, sports on TV, and a menu that includes seafood, sandwiches, salads and spicy chicken wings. A restaurant with great food, a fun atmosphere and beautiful Hooters Girls has become such a success, why stop there? The Hooters brand has expanded to an airline, a golf tour, many sports affiliations and more. Hooters has also become a respected name in local communities through active participation and generous donations to charities. Now, you can enjoy the great flavors from Hooters restaurants in our new snack foods. These delicious chips will satisfy your cravings and leave you dreaming in orange and white. Experience a little taste of Hooters anytime, anywhere.”
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Company: VISTAR Corp.
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This snack was discovered by Keith at Denver Airport. Review published .
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