Top Ten Potato Chip Varieties
2. Herr's Old Bay. Kinda like going to the beach for seafood, but you don't have to leave home or pay for the crab cakes.
3. Wise Traditional. Burnt just enough. Great with ketchup.
4. Walkers Steak & Onion. Found mainly in Britain, but seen time to time in stateside specialty shops. It sort of tastes like the bastard child of beef jerky and tater chips.
5. Pringles Onion Blossom. They taste more like the horseradish sauce than the blooming onions, but that is the best part, anyway.
6. Tim's Jalapeño. Super spicy, but still tasty. This Washington State snack and the fresh raw oysters at Etta's are the main reasons why I ever agree to go visit my wife's family.
7. Grandma Utz's Handcooked Barbq. Kettle-cooked in lard. 'nuff sed.
8. Mister Bee (original). Not the best in the world, but, as they are local, they are always super fresh.
9. Snyder of Berlin Hawaiian Sweet Onion. Very sweet and zesty but beware, your breath will still be stank-o three brushings later.
10. Herr's Steak & Worcestershire. Not as good as the British "crisps" listed above, but pretty darn close and not a pain in the ass to find.