See, back home we had Grandma Utz potato chips, a family favorite which were fabulously fried in lard - I think. Not the best if you were watching your cholesterol, but still yummy.
Old Dutch kettle cooked chips beat Granny by a mile. We've been through several bags already in the short month we've been here. At some point we have to stop. In addition to the kettle variety they also have Sour Cream & Onion, Cheddar & Sour Cream, Dill Pickle, Bar-B-Q, Onion & Garlic, and Ketchup. In addition, Ripples Chips are available in Original, French, Mesquite Bar-B-Q, and Loaded Spud varieties. Break out the dip Pop Pop!