I don’t know how the topic came up, but sometimes potato chips just pop into conversation.
We were probably hungry.
We were probably talking about snacks.
We discovered we both have an affinity for Lay’s Sour Cream and Onion potato chips.
So, guess what we had for lunch today?
Yep, Lay’s Sour Cream and Onion, with no healthy food preceding our pig out.
DON’T TRY THAT AT HOME, KIDS.
Lay’s chips have been a longtime favorite of mine, and they’ve come back into the forefront of the marketing scene over the past few years with their “Do Us A Flavor” campaign, which has snackers suggesting flavors for the light, crispy chips. Lay’s test-markets the most viable flavors.
This year, Southern Biscuits and Gravy, West Coast Truffle Fries, New York Reuben and Kettle Cooked Greektown Gyro ended up in the finals.
The bags of chips are stocked at your local Brookshire’s, and America’s favorite will end up on the permanent rotation of Lay’s favorites.
I voted for Biscuits and Gravy!