Mike-Sells Old-Fashioned Potato Chips
Taste test: These are good potato chips.
Lots of flavor, good crunch, not much salt. And there are even some pretty big chips in the bag. They're not really kettle chips like Cape Cod chips, but they're sort of a cross between an ordinary chip and a kettle chip. These would go great with a sandwich.
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Smell test: Nice potatoey, peanut oily smell.
From the package: “Back in 1910, Grandma Mikesell's first potato chips were prepared in a deep, copper kettle filled with pure peanut oil. Then only the freshest and finest potatoes were peeled, sliced and deep-fried in the peanut oil. The result was a crispy, crunchy chip that everone loved. These potato chips are made by methods and apparatus covered by one or more of our U.S. patents: 4,867,049; 4,956,189; 4,980,187.” ... “Ingredients: potatoes, peanut oil and salt” ... “Original country style for crispier, heartier flavor” ... “K Pareve”
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This snack was discovered at Snaxpo.
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