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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by Stanley76 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 7:44 pm

Shouldn't we be discussing nachos?
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by hugodrax » Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm

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Hartville Kettle Cooked — O.K. No, not "Okay" as in "Oll Korrect". "O.K." as in an achingly absent comestible. A delicacy now a memory. You might object, "But O.K. is still made in Michigan." "Hell, no!," I reply. You keep those O.K.s-in-name-only. Those pretenders to the crown. O.K. died in the early 90's, and I'll have no truck with the man who says otherwise. Suffice it to say that O.K. was a quiet-but-crucial footnote haunting the mazedly twisted mists of regional chipping history. A notable local made in Akron, OH., O.K.'s quiet plying of its trade — proving that "silent, but savorsome" is more than just a ridiculously tired trope — made its masticious marque. But then — ah! — it was gone, aped only the the aforementioned Chip Which Shall Not Be Named. Yet the original owners are now back at it, scratching a living at making a product that truly earns the descriptor "unique". Thickly cut, yet with a friable crumb, there are little-to-no shards to pummel scar-weary squamous. These honest, no-frill farm-specfic (check the bag!) potatoes are lightly-salted, allowing them to speak in their own voices. They're back. Maybe not for ever. But for now, at least. And that's just okay by me.
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by tuttle » Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am

The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by wosbald » Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am

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hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.

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tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by Jester » Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:14 am

wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.

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tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

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They have a Kansas City Strip flavor. It actually tastes like steak.

[EDIT] it's Prime Steak Flavor
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by hugodrax » Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:35 am

Jester wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:14 am
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.

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tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

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They have a Kansas City Strip flavor. It actually tastes like steak.

[EDIT] it's Prime Steak Flavor
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Do you know how many times I've said to myself, "Paulie, what this world needs is a crunchy potato chip that tastes like a steak."?

Precisely none.

This is how you get a completely disposable society like Japan, boys. Slow your roll.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by GaryInVA » Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:44 pm

hugodrax wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:35 am
Jester wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:14 am
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.

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tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

Image
They have a Kansas City Strip flavor. It actually tastes like steak.

[EDIT] it's Prime Steak Flavor
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Do you know how many times I've said to myself, "Paulie, what this world needs is a crunchy potato chip that tastes like a steak."?

Precisely none.

This is how you get a completely disposable society like Japan, boys. Slow your roll.
Is this flavor of chip keto friendly?
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by UncleBob » Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:46 pm

wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.
Best I could do.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by 7formy1911 » Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:48 pm

UncleBob wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:46 pm
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.
Best I could do.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by wosbald » Wed Feb 06, 2019 4:46 pm

+JMJ+
UncleBob wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:46 pm
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.
Best I could do.

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Oh, oft immiserated chip! When shall you enter into your due?!?

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Jester wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:14 am
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

Image
They have a Kansas City Strip flavor. It actually tastes like steak.

[EDIT] it's Prime Steak Flavor
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Mmmm … Steak & Potato

Munchin' on some of these right now. Sweet, sweet BBQ cheez.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by Bloodhound » Thu Feb 07, 2019 9:53 am

Jester wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:14 am
wosbald wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:39 am
+JMJ+
hugodrax wrote:
Mon Feb 04, 2019 9:22 pm
This read like a Psalm, sir. The painful longing, the quiet faith that the Chip itself shall endure for those who are faithful followers of their unknowable peregrinations. I was actually quite moved by it.
:taco:

We need a dancing chip, dammit.

=============================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================================
tuttle wrote:
Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:20 am
The local store has just recently been selling Herr's brand in special display cases. I'd never even heard of Herr's but I'm here to tell you that they're the king of chips and cheese curls. Well, the king of punch you in the mouth flavors.

I just had me some Horseradish & Cheddar chips 8O so amazing.
Wait 'til they do their Father's Day branding. That's fun. Dunno if they'll do it this year, though. Haven't seen it in a few years, but then again, I'm in OH and the production might not always make it here.

Image
They have a Kansas City Strip flavor. It actually tastes like steak.

[EDIT] it's Prime Steak Flavor
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Someone brought some of these into work...they taste like steak at first...but the taste lasts and it gets kind of funky...
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by wosbald » Fri Apr 19, 2019 12:12 pm

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Boulder Canyon's Exotic Oils: "Coconut Oil – Sea Salt" & "Rice Bran Oil – Himalayan Pink Salt" — Exotic oils. Huiles exotiques. Evidently, Boulder revels in such unctuous pleasures. Long have they trafficked in Olive and Avocado oils. Now, they add two new iterations to their stable. And though descrying the distinctive lineaments of diverse oils through the sedimented layers of bold seasonings might well be a handicap, the simple savor of salt provides no such impediment. Rather, every nuance is free to shine numinously. Coconut oil — though perhaps something of a cliché in these chip-weary days — lands its dependable double-punch of distinct aromatics and frangible texture on unwary palates. Less dramatically, though no less deliciously, Rice Bran oil adds a marvelously bitter finish and a friable texture to an overarchingly subtle presentation (Himalayan Pink notwithstanding). Top-quality spuds and an irrepressible enthusiasm for chip couture are hallmarks of Boulder, who — by the strength of these offerings — prove themselves once again to be at the top of their game.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by Hovannes » Fri Apr 19, 2019 2:18 pm

B-B-Q flavored potato chips and macaroni salad.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

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hugodrax wrote:
Wed Sep 06, 2017 1:37 pm
John-Boy wrote:
Wed Sep 06, 2017 1:16 pm
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Wed Sep 06, 2017 1:15 pm
This should be a blog.
http://www.potatochipworld.com/
This blog should compete with that blog. I find it entertaining in the extreme. I rarely eat potato chips but I always click on this topic. That should tell you something.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by TNLawPiper » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:04 pm

Wozzie, where do you find and obtain all these lesser-known varieties? Amazon? chipstore.com?
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by hugodrax » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:33 pm

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Wozzie, where do you find and obtain all these lesser-known varieties? Amazon? chipstore.com?
He's a button man for the Lavender Mafia, paid in potato chips.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

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hugodrax wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:33 pm
TNLawPiper wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:04 pm
Wozzie, where do you find and obtain all these lesser-known varieties? Amazon? chipstore.com?
He's a button man for the Lavender Mafia, paid in potato chips.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by wosbald » Fri Mar 27, 2020 10:09 am

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Conn's Cinnamon & Sugar — A new year, a new offering. Humdrum, right? Not so fast, pardner. 'Cinnamon,' you say? A boldly sweet chip to be sharply juxtaposed with the aeonically-sedimented lineage of savory forebears, both legendarium and also-ran? If so, then surely, this rough beast must hail from some cutting-edge hipster chippery? Or at the least, from the deep-pockets of Lay's novelty-snack department, well known for its sweetly enigmatic Cappuccino chip released during their 2014 'Do Us A Flavor' promo?

Nay. 'Tis from Conn's, a central OH producer as staid, stable, and somnolent as any other generationally-embedded snackufacturer in the American Heartland. And as expected, the potatoey substrate, though not particularly distinguished, is a perfectly cromulent chip eminently worthy of its Midwestern roots. The cinnamon seasoning, being quite unlike RedHots or Aftershock, is properly subdued though flavorsome, nonetheless. And in contrast to the aforementioned Cappuccino chip, there is no layering of secondary, milky flavors to smooth the edges. However, the seasoning blend quizzically uses a touch of stevia, presumably with an eye toward lessening the need for sugar. In my view, not only is this is an entirely useless gesture, it lends the chip a distinct aftertaste which I found to be distracting, even if not outrightly disconcerting. This is a notable entry in the chip lexicon, though one which is, perhaps, not quite worthy of elevation to the pantheon.

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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by hugodrax » Fri Mar 27, 2020 2:35 pm

wosbald wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 10:09 am
+JMJ+

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Conn's Cinnamon & Sugar — A new year, a new offering. Humdrum, right? Not so fast, pardner. 'Cinnamon,' you say? A boldly sweet chip to be sharply juxtaposed with the aeonically-sedimented lineage of savory forebears, both legendarium and also-ran? If so, then surely, this rough beast must hail from some cutting-edge hipster chippery? Or at the least, from the deep-pockets of Lay's novelty-snack department, well known for its sweetly enigmatic Cappuccino chip released during their 2014 'Do Us A Flavor' promo?

Nay. 'Tis from Conn's, a central OH producer as staid, stable, and somnolent as any other generationally-embedded snackufacturer in the American Heartland. And as expected, the potatoey substrate, though not particularly distinguished, is a perfectly cromulent chip eminently worthy of its Midwestern roots. The cinnamon seasoning, being quite unlike RedHots or Aftershock, is properly subdued though flavorsome, nonetheless. And in contrast to the aforementioned Cappuccino chip, there is no layering of secondary, milky flavors to smooth the edges. However, the seasoning blend quizzically uses a touch of stevia, presumably with an eye toward lessening the need for sugar. In my view, not only is this is an entirely useless gesture, it lends the chip a distinct aftertaste which I found to be distracting, even if not outrightly disconcerting. This is a notable entry in the chip lexicon, though one which is, perhaps, not quite worthy of elevation to the pantheon.
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Re: Great Potato Chips in History

Post by wosbald » Fri Apr 10, 2020 12:50 pm

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Lay's Classic — Confronted with a chip of such storied venerability, what can one say? Such is the conundrum posed by this ubiquitous gem. What to say, what to say? Should one focus on the even color distribution, with nary a burnt nor barely a darkened chip marring the homogeneity of each bag's contents? Or on the delicate crumb, both toothsomely crisp and amenable to mucosal integrity? The solemn flavor that summons, in a transport of ecstasy, the Potato Exemplar from its noetic heaven?

But all of these converge — in an apotheosis of Japanese wa — upon a gestalt synonymous with the iconicity that is Lay's. Is this vergence a testament to the peerless sophistication of their fabrication techne? To their "chip-fu"?

Or is it, rather, a grim monument to the unitasking monomania of a drone-army subserving the ravenous appetites of their inhuman corporate logos?

Leaving aside this question for future chipstorians to ponder, there is no debate that — beyond their meritorious qualities they leverage to such wondrous effect in the aforementioned, unadorned Original — the truest testament to their bonum honestum is their companionable compliance in suffering an illimitable swath of herbs, spices, cheeses, and sundry flavorings. A sturdy friend to all, in season, out of season. A Chip for All Seasonings, one might even say.

The verdict? Tastefully, and quietly, recommended.

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