• Cape Cod Sour Cream & Green Onion – No Fireworks, but Nice


    I had these in a shitty hotel in Miami Beach for my lunch along with my favorite all-time drink – Budweiser & Clamato Chelada.

    Cape Cod is one of those brands that I’m sure will never disappoint me. These are thick, hard, and crunchy. I would describe the flavor as the classic sour cream and onion flavor. Using “green onion” instead of just “onion” doesn’t mean the flavor is going to be any different. Oh you marketing guys are too much.

    Overall, nice chips.

    Bought and eaten in Miami Beach, Florida.

    My rating: 7.5/10.

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  • Herr’s Classic American Hot Dog – Another Attempt to Do the Impossible

    lassic_american_hot_dogAnother attempt to make potato chips taste like a certain dish. All the attempts seem to be facing very similar problems – the creations taste like condiments you put on those dishes, rather than the dishes that are meant to be recreated. Correct me if I’m wrong, but in my opinion, that’s the problem with the most, if not all, pizza and burger flavored chips out there. Speaking about the flavor of these particular ones, it’s not easy to understand what they are actually supposed to taste like. Sausage, mustard, or ketchup maybe? Perhaps something in between? If I was blindfolded, I would probably think someone was feeding me a weird mustard-ketchup-something sauce-flavored chip.

    I still kinda liked the them though – the texture, the saltiness, and the nasty junkfoodiness. Dear Mr. Herr, next time please don’t forget to add a bun to the flavor. That’s an important part of a hot dog. I also NEED pickles and onions on it. Thanks.

    Bought and eaten in Daytona Beach, FL.

    My rating: 7/10.