REVIEW: Stacy’s Pita Crisps – Perfectly Thymed (creamy mix of garlic and fine herbs)

Rating: ©©©©-1/4 chips  (lip-smacking)

Comments:

If we are being completely honest here (and we like to think we are with our chip friends), Chip Review has never really given pita chips their fair share of attention within the chip industry.  Thinking back, we’ve maybe tried a handful of pita snacks among our 1000+ chips we’ve enjoyed.  Why, you may ask?  We aren’t quite sure.  Based on this most recent venture, we really have no clue.

Stacy’s is one of the big dogs in the pita snack industry.  We’ve seen her name around for quite some time, and it seems like Stacy’s pretty much sticks to what they know.  According to Stacy’s website, the company got its start “from a little sandwich cart in downtown Boston, Stacy sold all natural sandwiches made with real pita bread.  Pretty soon customers were lining up and down the block.  So to give those loyal fans something to nibble on, she baked up tasty seasoned pita chips”.

According to our records, it appears that we haven’t tried any of Stacy’s other pita snacks.  But we do agree with everything Junk Food Guy’s recent assessment says about these tasty crisps.  They are light and crunchy, packed with a perfect mélange of flavors that blend seamlessly, and yet can be identified individually as well.  If this is the type of quality we have been missing out on all these years, you can consider us members of the pita team starting Right Now!

Chip Ratings Scale:

(1/4 increments)

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©© tolerable

©©© – notable

©©©© – lip-smacking

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