I normally avoid junk food but I’m such a sucker for “limited edition” or “NEW!” products that sometimes I have to give in. I just love it when a company puts a new spin on a classic.
As I checked out of the grocery store today the conveyor belt was lined with my usual selection of organic varieties of soups, eggs, yogurt, cereals and fruits and veggies. And last but not least…. Pringles.
I couldn’t help it. I mean, who doesn’t love Pringles? They are addictive and delicious. I am normally not too tempted by a can of Pringles but in this case it wasn’t a can that swayed me. It was a BAG! That’s right… Pringles are now available tube-free.
I had to try the Pringles SELECT variety. They come in a variety of yummy flavors including Cinnamon Sweet Potato (which I can’t wait to try next!) but I choose Parmesan Garlic. The description reads: “Like a Parmesan cheese wheel rolling through a garlic patch.” Awesome.
“Freshly grated Parmesan cheese and faint hints of garlic will have your stomach talking and your mouth watering. And when you get a taste of this delicious flavor, your inability to speak will say it all. The enticing zest will zing your taste buds with the kind of pleasure only connoisseur can truly appreciate.”
I also discovered a snack bag of Pringles Minis. The bag boasts that they are “Mini Sized but Major Fun.”
I was so excited to try these varieties that I opened them in the car on the way home from the store. The Select Parmesan chips are so amazing that I had to throw the bag away to avoid eating them all in one sitting. The Pringles Minis are good but I wouldn’t say they are “Major Fun.” They are just smaller versions of the classic.
I got my bags (so cool to say that they are Pringles BAGS!) at the local Acme. I would imagine that most stores will have them in stock soon, if not already.
Final Dish: Just because something is in the trash doesn’t mean it isn’t good. Sometimes it’s TOO good.
Acme Markets Inc
W Goshen Shpg Center
903 Paoli Pike, West Chester, PA 19380