REVIEW: Food Should Taste Good – Kettle Corn Tortilla Chips

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


Here at Chip Review we love fairs and markets.  We love watching the hustle bustle of the masses winding their way through the open air tents filled with fruits & vegetables, and the art work or jewelry, and the prepared food….especially the prepared food.  We love gyros, and grilled corn, and cheese curds, and french fries, and, and, and……but above all other standard fair foods, we truly love kettle corn.  We simply can’t get enough of that warm, sweet and salty, freshly popped, straight from a giant copper pot, kettle corn.

If you have ever had real fresh kettle corn then you know what we’re talking about (if you haven’t – who are you?), and with these latest tortilla chips from Food Should Taste Good they have triggered every one of our kettle corn senses and evoked so many of our kettle corn memories.  The white corn tortilla chips meld so well with the sugar and salt; each ingredient complimenting the other to form a seamless harmonious snack.  They simply work.

The only questions we had to ask ourselves after tasting these tasty new chips were: Are these chips necessary in a world where actual kettle corn exists?  As well as.  Are they better than fresh traditional kettle popcorn?  To be honest we have to answer: No and No.  HOWEVER, would we pick these chips above many other snacks in the grocery store chip aisle?  You betcha.  And, would these tortilla chips satisfy our winter kettle corn cravings where there are no copper kettles around?  Without a doubt.

As always, these are our thoughts, we would love to hear what you think.  Agree or disagree, let us know.

Chips provided to Chip Review by Food Should Taste Good Brand for review

Chip Ratings Scale:

(1/4 increments)

© return to sender

©© tolerable

©©© – notable

©©©© – lip-smacking

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