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Angie’s – Spooky Candy Corn Flavored Kettle Corn

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year… no it’s not Christmas, it’s Halloween time! Halloween is my most favorite holiday of the entire year. This is the time of the year that I find things in stores that I consider every day decor not to mention candy galore! I love candy corn, but rarely eat it outside of this time of the year. I am also somewhat of a candy corn purist, forget that harvest corn mix and chocolate corn and all of the other corns, give me the plain jane, ole stand by candy corn. Kettle corn on the other hand is not something that I can only enjoy in the fall. There is a local outdoor auction/farmers market that has a vendor that makes kettle corn that is absolutely divine. The thought of combining a sweet and salty treat with delicious candy corn sounds like a match made in heaven.

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I really like the design of the bag, but the popcorn pictured on the outside of the bag is slightly misleading. I cracked open the bag and was immediately greeted with the sweet smell of candy corn. I’m not going to lie, this stuff smells SO good. But like I mentioned before, it didn’t really look like the picture on the outside of the bag. I was expecting fluffy kernels of corn drizzled in flavor but was met with a bag of bits and pieces. Despite the bag of popcorn crumbles, I pressed on and took a bite. WOW – I knew nothing good was going to come of this. The popcorn was slightly sweet and slightly salty with a nice overtone of sweetness from the drizzle. I don’t know if I would describe the flavor of the drizzle as candy corn, but more like cake frosting, but either way, it was really good.

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I also noticed that my bag of popcorn seemed to be a little overcooked, borderline burnt. This would please my Mom greatly as she loves her popcorn charred, but I don’t think that it impacted the taste much. The flavoring on the popcorn is really melty and my bag was one giant popcorn ball when I opened it. I adopted this fancy fingertip bag holding technique that I used while enjoying this snack to keep the body heat from my hands from melting it even more.

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Texture : 3/5 – The popcorn in this bag was slightly  stale tasting. I think this was partially from the coating on the popcorn that made it moist. Also, HUSK city. So many popcorn kernel husks.

Smell : 5/5 – This smells so good. I would wear this as a perfume if I could.

Appearance : 2/5 – This is solely based on the appearance on the outside of the package vs the appearance of the actual popcorn itself. My bag lacked the fluffy kernels that were pictured on the outside.

Taste : 4/5 – This treat is delicious. If it was available year round at Target, I would most likely buy it semi-regularly. The combination of sweet and salty popcorn and the sweet drizzle makes for a great snack when you can’t figure out which to choose. My only complains are that my popcorn was a little overcooked and the drizzle was REALLY melty. Licking your hand isn’t exactly the most cute thing to do in the world while eating a bag of popcorn, but its just that good.

October 7, 2013
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Herr’s Pretzel Eggs

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Hello snack foodies – One thing that is hard about being addicted to trying junk food is that you sometimes get so overwhelmed with new stuff that things tend to fall through the cracks and get pushed back further in your stash. At least, that is the problem I have. I will intend to review something one day but then find out that XYZ has come out with something and I end up reviewing that instead. Such is the case for today’s review.

I always check out the seasonal section at Target whenever there are holidays because occasionally you will find some sort of limited edition gem hiding in all the chaos. In today’s case, I doubt it is limited edition at all, but we rarely get Herr’s items on the west coast, so any time I am able to get my hands on them, I will give them a try. I spotted these Herr’s Pretzel Eggs in the crazy section where there are all kinds of treats to fill your child (or adults) Easter basket. I paid a buck for them as the package is about the size of my palm, and I was pretty excited to try them. Until they got lost in the bucket designated for small snacks that do not come in a box (candy bars, the last package of fruit snacks in the box, etc). There they sat, sad and alone while I sampled other treats that dazzled me with larger portion size and fancy flavors. It wasn’t until one night where we were watching TV that I remembered that I had these little guys tucked away for a not so rainy day.

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The portion size was perfect enough for an evening snack that fit in a little dish. They are about the size of a peanut M & M and are coated with an Easter palette of blue, orangey-pink, and yellow. The outside coating was dense enough that it held its shape, but not to the point where the outside coating would be considered hard. My biggest disappointment with whatever coated pretzels is that they will A) use a cheap pretzel B) use a cheap outside coating and/or C) cut the salt. The appeal to me of eating a coated pretzel is the sweet and salty factor – so I am always sad when a company decides to ditch the salt. This is not the case with Herr’s. The outside coating was smooth and vanilla flavored, while the pretzel inside was crunchy with just the right amount of salt on the outside. Upon first bite, I was hooked, and kind of disappointed that I waited so long to try these as they are no longer available. If this is a Herr’s staple item that us west coasters are not privy to, then color me jealous. These things are great for snacking while watching TV or maybe sneaking into a movie, not that I would ever do that, but expect to find yourself empty handed rather quickly because of how tasty these little guys are .

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Texture : 4/5 - The outside is smooth and delicious, similar texture of the outside coating of a yogurt covered raisin. The pretzel inside is crunchy and fresh tasting. Sometimes I find that when pretzels are encapsulated the moisture from the coating tends to make them a little stale tasting.
Smell : 3/5 - There is nothing really distinct about the smell of these, if I could pick out one smell it would be a faint vanilla.
Appearance : 3/5 - Visually these guys are nothing special. I think I would have opted for something more exciting in terms of the outside appearance, but it gets the job done.
Taste : 4.5/5 - Overall these are a delicious treat. I really enjoyed the sweet and salty combo between the vanilla outside coating and the crunchy middle pretzel. My only qualm is that the outside coating is pretty thick, and kind of takes away from the pretzel for me, but even with that said, I would definitely buy these again. Dear Target, please tell the Easter Bunny to bring these to your store stock again next year.
May 8, 2013
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Cracker Jack Popcorn – Butter Toffee

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The other night at Walmart, wandering up and down the aisles looking for new things to add to the junk food stash, I figured that it would be some what of a bust, same ole same ole everywhere I looked. I honestly feel like everyone releases their new foods all at the same time, and then its completely stagnant. Defeated, but still managing to have almost an entire shopping carts worth of food, we made our way up to the check lanes to head home. It wasn’t until I was loading all of my wares onto the belt that I spotted this Cracker Jack Popcorn out of the corner of my eye hanging off an endcap. I’ve seen the Cracker Jack’d stuff floating around at various stores, and I have debated trying it, but there was just something about this that was calling me.

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It was only a buck or so, so I figured if it was a complete bust that I wouldn’t be out very much. I honestly think what really drew me in was the boasting on the outside of the bag of a retro prize inside. Now I don’t know if you have had cracker jacks in the last few years but the prizes are totally made of suck these days. Who wants a history lesson from some weird little paper that you can fold to make a presidents face? I want a whistle, or a car, or something awesome inside of the bag, not a snippit from a text book. Heck, I’d even pay MORE money if I knew that the treasure I was getting inside was cooler than what I’ve received in the last few years. My guess is that they moved away from the toys and trinkets is because people probably whined and said that it was too easy for a kid to accidentally swallow the prize and choke. Well you know what? Watch your kids. The end. Alright, became a bitter bear there for a second, back to the food.

I don’t eat Cracker Jacks very often, mostly because popcorn and I don’t really share the same feelings towards each other and the thought of getting popcorn husks stuck in my teeth is really enough to put me off from eating the snack all together. It never fails that despite brushing and flossing that one lone husk will turn up months down the line and make you question your hygiene habits.

My favorite part about Cracker Jacks is the thick coating on the outside. That stuff is so sugary that it will usually make my teeth hurt, but man o man do I love it. I also enjoy the peanuts mixed into the sweet caramel coating which were absent in this mix. The bag of popcorn had considerably less sugary coating than its originator but it made for a great afternoon snack. The butteriness of the toffee balanced out the sweetness which made this easier to eat the entire bag without feeling like you just ingested a weeks worth of sugar in one sitting. The popcorn was light and airy and the toffee coating was a nice thin shellac on the outside. Unlike regular Cracker Jacks, there are no large clusters to worry about,so this is a perfect food to eat by the handful.

Now lets get down to the prize in this bad boy. The whole reason why I bought this dang bag – a throwback prize. Well, lets just throw this prize back into the trashcan. A STICKER. Guys, really? Items that were put into a Cracker Jack box were often considered limited and once they were gone they were gone, but a sticker? Really? The look of disappointment on my face was obvious and I’m back to being a bitter bear.

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Texture : 5/5 - Because of the thin coating of butter toffee, the popcorn still maintains its light and airy texture coupled with the crunch from the outside sweet shell.

Smell : 5/5 - The smell of this popcorn is crazy good. Sweetness mixed with butter, mmm mmm. I imagine its like one of those Glade seasonal candles that smell good for the brief second you’re holding it, but there is no way that your house could smell like that all the time. I kind of imagine it is like what Paula Deans house smells like.

Appearance : 4/5 - Because my brain has been trained that Cracker Jacks = dark caramel coating, I was surprised to see that the popcorn was not completely coated by the confectionery coating.

Taste : 3.5/5 - If you are looking to branch out from the norm, the butter toffee version might be for you. The popcorn is crunchy and fresh tasting, with just a light coating of sugary butter toffee on the outside, unlike the completely encased caramel version. The lack of peanuts kind of bums me out as it breaks up the flavor profile a little for me, but I can get over that I guess. The amount of sweetness is just enough that you can eat the entire bag in one sitting without feeling like you’re going to go into a diabetic coma. And I am still bitter about the prize.

May 7, 2013
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Limited Edition – Doritos Locos Tacos Doritos Nacho Cheese

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Good Evening All!

So I am sure by now everyone has heard about the Doritos Locos Tacos craze and I hope you have tried them as I can’t remember life before they existed. Regular crunchy taco? You’re going the way of the dinosaur!

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When I saw the picture that Marvo from The Impulsive Buy posted on his instagram of the Doritos Locos Tacos Doritos I thought it was a joke. Its like Dorito inception. What is next? Doritios Locos Tacos Doritos Tacos? Where does it stop!?

Anyways, I saw both the Nacho Cheese and Ranch flavors at my local Walmart and figured that I would give them a go.

When I opened the bag, I was immediately greeted with the smell of stinky pits. What is with the food that I have been buying lately that smells like someones armpits after a long day? I thought that Doritos would work some sort of wonder and craft a single chip that tasted just like a Taco Bell Taco – but they totally duped me and just mixed Taco Doritos and Nacho Cheese Doritos together. So unless you are shoveling multiple chips together into your mouth, you slightly lose out on the Locos Tacos flavor.

I also find that the Taco flavored Dorito lacks the fresh flavor of wilted lettuce that you get on a Taco Bell Taco (well, I don’t get it because I don’t really care for warm lettuce) I think they need to partner up with Jelly Belly to fine tune the flavor profile a little.

Overall I like these chips, though had I known that they were just going to mix the two together, I would have just done that myself and pitched to it Frito Lay, then maybe I might be a millionaire – oh well, next time I guess. Hey Frito Lay, want my next big idea? Make a Salsa Verde Locos Taco. I may just never eat another food item ever again.

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Texture : 5/5 - Unlike the occasional Doritios Locos Taco shell that I get, which is chewy – mmmmm. NOT. these chips are extremely crunchy – good luck eating them secretly at work.

Smell : 2/5 – As I touched on before, when you pop the bag open, it kind of smells like pits. And tacos. Pit Tacos.

Appearance : 4/5 - The flavor distrobution on these is a little wonky at times. There are some that have WAY more seasoning than others, but overall these look good, and the trained eye can spot which chip is Nacho Cheese and which chip is Crunchy Taco. However, due to the excessive seasoning, chances are that if you have more than a few, you may need to brush your teeth after because that seasnoning gets everywhere.

Taste : 4/5 – Despite the limited edition tag, I would not be sad if Frito Lay decided to make these a permanent fixture on their racks. I like Nacho Cheese but I find that I get burnt out on them quickly, so the mixture of Taco chips really makes this bag irresistable.

Tomorrow – Doritos Locos Tacos Ranch Doritos!

April 9, 2013
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Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals – Nacho Cheese

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The other day I brought you the au-natural version of these chips, but today I will be trying out the Nacho Cheese version. Now I don’t know about you, but when I think of a nacho cheese chip, I instantly think of a Doritos. There is just something so addicting about the super cheesy, slightly spicy chip that always tempts me to eat the whole bag.

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Pepperidge Farm’s version looks a little less cheese coated and more spice. Most of their snacks have the flavor baked in with the exception of the Goldfish cracker, and even then, if you are looking for a cheese powder coated snack, you’ll have to opt for the flavor blasted. One advantage of this is that you don’t have Cheeto fingers when you’re done. Personally I think eating the cheese powder off your fingertips is akin to eating the crunchy part off the end of a corn dog (the best part) but to each their own.

When I popped open the bag I was slightly surprised to see how empty it was. Now I know chip companies pack their bags full of air so that you don’t end up with a bag of chip shards, but there is nothing more disappointing than opening a bag of chips and realizing you purchased more air, than chip. Pepperidge Farm air in a bag! Now with chips! Being lactose intolerant, I can appreciate a snack that goes a little easy on the cheese – not to say that I don’t torture myself with other cheesy foods.

The term nacho cheese usually conjures up thoughts of a mild cheddar cheese with a slight jalapeno flavoring to it – although I am not sure where all the spices come in on these chips, but I’ll go with it. Upon first bite… well… to me, tasted like the smell of BO. After I got past that, I could taste the slight spicy cheese flavoring to it, but the stank was pretty overpowering in my mouth. I am sure that some of you are wondering how something tastes like the smell of, but I assure you, it is possible. It is like when something is too flowery tasting, it tastes like the smell of perfume. Just go with it. Much like the original tortilla flavor that I tried the other day, these chips taste stale to me. They have a good crunch, but my brain just flashes STALE! STALE! STALE! ABORT! while I eat them. If I had to choose between these or the Simply Tortilla, the Simply Tortilla would win hands down, mostly because I can slather them with something like gross gas station nacho cheese or salsa.

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Texture : 3/5 - These chips are GRAINY. I don’t know if it is from the way they are processed, or if it is because they are baked, or because of the cheese baked in, but these are really grainy. They do have a nice crunch to them though.

Smell : 3/5 - The smell does not match the flavor, there is a nice spice and cheese scent when you open the bag.

Appearance : 3/5 - To me these look more like a multigrain chip, than a nacho cheese tortilla chip. I do however like their size because it means that you won’t spear the top of your mouth while trying to stuff the entire chip into your mouth.

Taste : 2/5 - I really tried to like these but I could not get past the BO undertone. I found that if I ate a few at a time the flavor was more apparent, but I feel like the nacho cheese flavoring really missed the mark. I also thought the flavor was odd in that the fresh bag of chips tasted stale. I think that this is partially due to the chip being baked. All in all, I would most likely never buy these again unless there was a flavor tweak to them.

March 13, 2013
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Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals – Simply Tortilla

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Hello hello! Am I the only one who constantly says Pepperidge Farms? In fact, I find saying Pepperidge Farm rather weird, but it wasn’t until I started reviewing food that I had discovered that I was saying it wrong the last 29 years of my life – yes apparently I was saying Pepperidge Farms when I was an infant. Anyways, they have come out with a couple of new chips that I decided to give a try. Today I will be sampling the Simply Tortilla version, and tomorrow I shall bring you the other.

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Now when I think Pepperidge Farm, I think cookies. Delicious, perfectly baked, I-can-eat-the-whole-bag-in-one-sitting cookies. I know that they also make a small selection of crackers and pretzels, but I don’t really foresee them breaking into the chip game. Fun fact – did you know that Pepperidge Farm is owned by Campbell Soup Company? I decided to start with the Simply Tortilla chips because I figured they would be the safe bet.

The chips are about the size of an US half-dollar, which makes it easy to grab an entire handful and shove them into your mouth at one time. The chip has a very distinct corn flavor with a good amount of salt to satisfy the tortilla chip craving. My only problem? They taste stale. I think it’s because of the baking process, but they honestly taste like you left them next to your bed for a few days and in an act of desperation because you had no more chips left in the house you ate them. Unlike normal stale chips, they are not chewy, which is where my mind kind of gets hung up. Stale taste, crunchy chip, does not compute.

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Texture : 4/5 – The chip is very crunchy, borderline cracker. I can’t really put my finger on it, but it does not have the same texture as a regular tortilla chip. Maybe it’s the baking process, maybe it’s something else, but it is definitely different.

Smell : 4/5 – Upon opening the bag you are greeted with strong corn smell.

Appearance : 5/5 – The size of these chips are perfect for me because they don’t result in the dreaded stingy corners of your mouth when trying to jam an oversized tortilla chip into it. They also look just like any other regular store bought tortilla chip.

Taste : 2.5/5 – These chips were Simply Mediocre. The taste is slightly off making this some what health alternative taste a little weird. I did not try them with salsa, which may be a redeeming quality, if you have, let me know! If I want the chip I’m eating to taste like a bag of stale tortilla chips, I will just leave a bag out for a few days and roll with it, not only will it taste the same, but it will be way cheaper. I would not buy these again.

March 11, 2013
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Popchips – Katy’s Kettle Corn

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Hi food friends. I can’t seem to recall the last time a popstar had their own food product, that is outside of being on the cover of a Wheaties box. When I found out that Katy Perry was getting her own flavor of Popchips, I was curious to see what kind of flavor she would go with. I spotted these at Target and thought I Would give them a go. I enjoy kettle corn, and Popchips are alright, so it couldn’t’t be too bad, right?

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Much like the two previous reviews on this blog, There was really no stretch of the imagination when it came to picking a flavor that could be endorsed by someone like Katy Perry. I guess the kettle corn angle works because she could claim that shes a little bit rock n’ roll and a little bit pop, but eh. The outside of the bag had cute little sparkles all over the chips, so I was hoping that Popchips would bust out the disco dust and add some glitter to my chips. I guess that would drive away some of their audience though, but I guess nothing stops me from doing that myself eh? Too much effort.

The chips deviate from the normal round Popchip and are triangles. They remind me a lot of the rice cakes that Quaker Oates has as far as texture. They are kind of a compressed popcorn, and are slightly sweet and salty. I really enjoyed these as it was a nice balance of both vs too much of one or the other.

The evil thing about Popchips is that they make their bags slightly smaller than a normal chip bag, so the chances of you eating the entire thing, like I did, are good. Overall I thought these were decent, but I fail to see the connection between the chip and Katy.

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Texture : 4/5 - These chips have a nice crunch to them that makes them rather addicting.

Smell : 2/5 - These chips had hardly any smell to them. You could slightly smell buttery popcorn, but it was really faint.

Appearance: 2/5 - I already voiced my sadness about how there was no glitter on these chips. There is nothing special about the way that they look. Just a plain white triangle. BOO.

Taste: 3/5 - I must have hit a run of the mill snack food streak because nothing I have been buying lately as been incredible. These were good, and I ate the whole bag, but they could have been anyones kettle corn and I would have probably done the same thing. I’d buy them again, but they are not something I would go out of my way to find.

March 1, 2013
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Orville Reddenbacher’s Pop Crunch – White & Sharp Cheddar Mix

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Hello world. Orville Reddenbacher has brought you another flavor from the grave, this time with a more savoury punch. This combines two foods I can’t eat but I decided to do so anyways for the sake of journalism or something (maybe just stupidity)

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Now when I think of cheese popcorn, the first thing that comes to mind is Smart Food popcorn. That stuff is total crack in a bag. I don’t think I’ve ever been able to exhibit any sort of self control when it comes to that stuff. I also am a fan of the popcorn tins that you can get at drug stores during the holidays – yum yum! I was expecting the same when I broke open the bag of this popcorn. The flavor is good, but not strangely addicting as the previously mentioned popcorn treats. I feel like the sharp cheddar really overshadows the white cheddar, which is slightly disappointing.

As with any sort of cheese dusted snack, prepare to have orange fingertips, but in my eyes, that’s my favorite part. I guess I’m a bit of a weirdo.

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Texture: 3/5 - The popcorn has a nice crunch to it, but also has that slightly chewy texture that bagged popcorn seems to get. You would think science would be able to do something about that – maybe a non-nutritive varnish? I hope I’m not the only one that gets that joke, though it is slightly out of season.

Smell: 4/5 - This popcorn definitely smells very cheesy!

Appearance: 4/5 - The difference in cheese flavoring is visible, so if you enjoy one cheese more that the other, or are OCD, you can easily pick out the flavor you want.

Taste: 3/5 - I thought this popcorn was pretty run of the mill. The cheese flavoring is good and its coupled with a slight saltiness that brings in the classic buttered popcorn taste, but I really don’t think there was anything all that spectacular about this flavor. Better luck next time ‘ole Orville.

January 28, 2013
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Orville Redenbacher’s Pop Crunch – Brown Sugar Cinnamon

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How’s it hanging internet? Tonight I bring you a new offering from Orville Redenbacher. How this man keeps conducting new flavors from the grave is beyond me. Another thing I didn’t know? That there was a Brazil, Indiana. If you are wondering how the two are related, Orville was from Brazil, Indiana. So if you’re ever looking to take a vacation to an exotic destination, but don’t have a lot of money, why not stop on by Indiana? You could tell people that you went to Brazil over a long weekend and they wouldn’t know the difference!

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Brown sugar cinnamon sounds like a match made in heaven. I like cinnamon/sugar things, like making my own mixture and pouring it on hot buttered toast, so I’m sure bringing brown sugar into the mix will only turn this popcorn up to 11. Target/Archer Farms makes an insanely good cinnamon and white chocolate drizzled popcorn that comes out during the holiday season that I had hoped this would taste similar to. Sadly popcorn and I have a love/hate relationship. I love it, but it hates me so I had high hopes because anytime I subject myself to foods that I ultimately end up regret eating, it better dang well be worth it.

I was expecting a light dusting on the popcorn, but when I opened the bag I was surprised to find a bag full of heavily coated popcorn. I grabbed a handful and was pleasantly surprised at the nice buttery taste melded together with the sugary sweeteners from the brown sugar. The cinnamon added a nice spice to the mix to round out the whole flavor. Overall I really enjoyed this popcorn and it measured up with the Archer Farms brand that I love so much.

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Texture: 4/5 - The popcorn retains its crunchiness despite the heavy sugar coating. The coating does make it slightly chewy at the end.

Smell: 5/5 - When you open the bag you can really smell the sugar and cinnamon. Delicious!

Appearance: 3/5 - Visually the exterior coating is quite visible and you can see how much sugar and cinnamon is actually used on this.

Taste: 4/5 - I really enjoyed this popcorn and would buy it again. This would be a nice afternoon snack or a delicious movie theater treat, not that I advocate bringing in your own food ;)

January 26, 2013
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Late July Organic – Mild Green Mojo

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Good evening folks! So you may have been wondering where I have been. I briefly touched on it on the previous post, but I figured I would elaborate a little. First off, I hope everyone had an incredible Christmas. Mine was rather short but it was nice to spend time with my mom and dad. About two weeks ago, I started a new job. This is very exciting considering last time I was without a job I was going nuts because I couldn’t find a job to save my life. The stars were aligned when I sent off my one and only resume and they hired me. So far, I’m really enjoying it. As far as the pet emergency, sadly Richard’s cat developed a tumor in his throat and after an emergency vet visit, pills and a regular vet visit, it was time to let him go. It’s been rather quiet and lonely here without him slinking around.

Richard bought these chips, not I as I would not normally go for something like these. But in true fashion, I had to steal some when be opened the bag.

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The first thing I noticed about these chips were the fancy typography on the front of the bag, what can I say, I’m a sucker for sexy fonts and visually appealing design. Next I notice were how exceptionally green these chips were. They also had a large amount of visible flavor dusting on the outside. These chips area combination of cheese and lime, which are not two things that I would normally put together. Neither of these flavors are strong, and I can’t really figure out what cheese they used but these chips are okay. With the vibrant color and visible flavoring on the outside I was expecting an explosion of flavor, but sadly was met with more of a sparkler if we are rating things on a scale of fireworks, I guess that’s what this blog has become – hah :)

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Texture: 3/5 - These have the texture of a normal tortilla chip.

Smell: 3/5 - The chips smell like a mixture of corn, faint cheese and a little lime. Ugh that typed out sounds really gross, but it’s not.

Appearance: 4/5 - I really like the color of the chips, but they only serve as an appearance enhancer.

Taste: 3/5 - Overall I think these chips are okay. I really wish that they were jalapeño, cheese, and lime or some sort of other spice to them. I find them sort of bland but would be good with salsa.

December 27, 2012
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