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zoe b

Chocolate Tortilla Chips--a good thing!

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these are from FoodShouldTasteGood

they were on sale, so a hungry shopper--me--bought them.

Really good--taste like good grainy tortilla chips, with the very slightly sweet, strong and a little bitter flavor of dutch cocoa--, and last of all--they're salty! And they crunch!

Also got the olive ones--they're kind of meh--olive taste is faint--acceptable but nothing special--but the chocolate's another matter--I'm having them with ice cream tonight.....

Zoe

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I'm suddenly tempted to dip tortilla chips in nutella :blink:


Kate

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Mmmm. Did you cross post with the PMS thread? :) I'll have to look for them.

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How bout chocolate dipped BUGELS!

Ashers chocolates in Souderton, Pa has Chocolate covered potato chips...


Wawa Sizzli FTW!

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Zoe, thanks for the review. I really like their multi-grain chips, but I'm scared of the chocolate ones. I'll give them a shot next time I order.

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I had the Vosges ones and they were no where worth the money you paid.  But, that said, I do think corn, salt and chocolate are friendly bedfellows.

My sister became enamored with the Vosges and now makes a version with thinner chips coated with dark chocolate and dusted with hand-ground chilis. :wub:

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Does anybody know if these are still available? I tried to order a case last week and my supplier isn't carrying them anymore (the chocolate ones -- they still list all of the other flavours).

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