via KettleFoods.com :: Potato Chips.
Sea Salt & Vinegar
unconventionally STRONG & tangy
DIPPED IN THE SEA AND BRUSHED WITH VINEGAR
Is it presumptuous to call a chip a harmonic convergence of flavor? Okay, maybe it is. But how else can we describe this perfect balance of sea salt, tongue-puckering tang and crunch? Is it any wonder our fans ask us to make a bag big enough to swim in?
As of yet, I have not had an urge to swim in a bag of these chips. I think the vinegar and the salt smell would get old. Also, I don’t like to eat things that my feet have touched, let alone the rest of my body. But I do agree that these chips are damn near perfect.
Every bag of these chips has been the highlight of my day. At work, I limit myself to one bag. I’m not allowed to eat them at home, as I devour a bag in a span of an hour. That includes the time it takes for me to walk back to the kitchen to get more. If I just hold on to the bag, I’m done. I’ll polish them off in a matter of seconds.
I’ve been craving them all day long. Now it’s pretty close to closing time, and I know I can just walk out and pick up a bag on my way to the car…
In any event, if you appreciate the tangy Sea Salt and Vinegar chips, this is the brand to try.
A tuna melt, a bag of Kettle chips on rye, a bowl of coleslaw, and a beer is pretty much the greatest lunch in the world.
Marty, you and Shannon must come to Atlanta if only to taste the transcendental glory that is the salt and vinegar popcorn at the Porter http://www.theporterbeerbar.com/
It is, they say, the new crack.
Expect a phone call in the near future to discuss a visit in the mid-near future. I will not see the new Trek movie without Will!
Kettle’s Sour Cream and Chili chips are possibly the only chips I willingly order at bars. They are that good.