At the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange, the headquarters of the Stockyards, livestock was sold at auction, which gave owners a chance at getting more money for their cattle. If you can find these, stock up. We speak french over here, so please don’t mind the accent and/or the strange use of your english language. For some of you dear readers, you may have just finished the holiday tradition of Lent. Having had some harrying encounters with meat-flavored non-meat items around that same time, I was justifiably nervous, but I reviewed them anyway, and found them to be quite enjoyable, and also free of any creepy meat flavor. Those were truly weird. I don’t even know how many I could eat before I reached the limit of my admittedly high sodium tolerance, but I could see myself having a handful or two here and there. Deliciousness. Community Forum Software by IP.BoardLicensed to: Brews-Bros.com. “Ragin’ Ranch” and “Steak and Worcestershire”. I wanted to like them, but didn't. Take it. Huh, I was not a fan of those at all. I'm down with things like "dill pickle", some sort of BBQ, etc. I find it strange that you have to pay $2.99 for a 8 oz bag when here in Quebec can get them at $0.99 for 175 gr (about 6 oz). Writing to you from Quebec city, Canada. Kansas City became famous for its steaks due to the creation of the Kansas City Stockyards, which were built to give livestock owners better prices for their stock. Yes, my Wal-Mart has both Ragin’ Ranch (which has a respectable burn to it) and the Steak and Worcestershire (NaCl ahoy!). Hi ! That said, as a reviewer, I have to be objective, and in the end, not only do Herr’s Kansas City Prime Steak Flavor Artificially Flavored Potato Chips taste nothing like steak, they’re also too salty and remind me of being poor and having 17 cent ramen for dinner. The second impression was holy balls these chips are garlicky. Several functions may not work. Any information you could supply me with would be greatly appreciated. So you’re supposed to serve these steak-flavored chips with…steak? I don't know how they do it but they're good. What was the "latenight burger"? Back in December, I received a bag of chips from a generous friend of mine, who works at a place that apparently considers rib-flavored potato chips a perfectly normal selection for their break room vending machine. I expected 'cucumber' from the sauce, tomato, onion, gyro meat, etc. At some point there was gryo-flavored, chicken & waffles, pelican ass with a rainbow zinfandel yogurt sauce, etc. It took a few mouthfuls before I could detect the more subtle flavors in the seasoning. In the process of that review, I took a look at Herr’s website, and found some wacky flavors that I would’ve loved to have gotten my hands on. Who carries your chips in Mesquite, TExas? This probably puts me in the minority; I’m pretty sure most people wouldn’t want to get intimate with a bag full of chip that taste like beefy garlic salt. I did the math and figured out that a 8 oz bag here would cost around $1.32 We then top them with the flavor of thick and juicy steak. All of that said, I actually have some high hopes for these chips. It’s hard to find this bold flavor outside of your favorite steakhouse.”. <3. Hands down, the best flavored chip I've ever had... and that's coming from a guy that loves Salt & Vinegar chips. Built in 1871, the Stockyards flourished well into the 1940s. I miss the Lays roasted garlic/sea salt potato chips. - Duration: 28:33. LIKE IT. My husband and I really enjoy your Kansas Steak Chips. Prime means quality. View Junk Food Betty’s profile on Facebook, View junkfoodbetty’s profile on Instagram. GoingFullNerd 133 views. Kroger has a house brand and they issued a Prime Rib and Horseradish flavored potato chip. OMFG! I saw an display at a K-Mart of several, if not all, varieties of Herr’s oddly flavored chips. Where are these sold in my area, I live in Easton, maryland. Every time a “so called” food critic says something is bad, it invariably turns out to be excellent. Unfortunately, I’d never seen Herr’s in my area. Your email address will not be published. Wally World has all the Herr’s flavors in stock on a regular basis, back in the liquor area of all places. I admit that I'm a sucker for these as long as the flavor sounds good to me. “Unique flavor sensation” sounds like a phrase I would use to trick someone into eating something nasty. Yes, they're good. From my experience with their rib-flavored chips, I know that Herr’s has not yet figured out the dark magic that Frito-Lay uses to make their meat-flavored chips, so I’m not worried about that. Either everyone else is wrong, or you are. Page 1 of 3 - These weirdly flavored chips... - posted in Public House: I admit that Im a sucker for these as long as the flavor sounds good to me. These taco jobbies are only 160mg of sodium (7%) so it's not bad. I’m not sure how much I want weird chips vs. how much I don’t want to go to a K-Mart. Required fields are marked *, Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Back to the chips! $2.99 is pretty standard for an 8 oz. Let’s see how Kansas City Prime these chips actually are. but then there is "southern biscuits & gravy" where I just don't know what to say. I’ve always thought that regular Lay’s Potato Chips have the best taste and crisp texture of all regular chips available. This may not seem like a ringing endorsement for Kansas City Prime, but I found myself rather enjoying the chips. In the heyday year of 1923, 1,194,527 cattle (45% of the gross cattle sold) were purchased by local packing houses and markets, making Kansas City the place to get fresh, delicious steak. On the plus side, there’s enough garlic in them to ensure that nobody will kiss you for the rest of the day, so if your boyfriend has severe halitosis and you’re too nice to break it to him, these chips will assist you nicely. I have yet to try it, but I’m going to have to. Whenever I get these weirdly flavored chips, it tastes like 5000 times my daily suggested sodium value. Yes, I bought them. How very meta. Keep up the good work, I love it . If you can find these, stock up. The flavored chips are usually to salty for me to handle. Hey, it’s the day after Easter! I discovered your blog via Google when I was searching for informations about the KFC’s Double Down Sandwich a few months ago. Unfortunately, the Great Flood of 1951 devastated the Stockyards, and they never really recovered, finally closing in 1991. Here in the Cleveland, Ohio area, there are at least three chains where you can find the Herr’s flavored chips — Gabriel Bros., Big Lots, and Ollie’s all carry them regularly. Winco carried the steak flavor for awhile here in tacoma, WA, but has stopped selling that flavor. I didn’t care enough to research before, but now that I’m writing about these chips, I have to. 2019 Today, the third and fourth generations of the Frank and Van de Kamp families continue the nearly one-hundred-year-old Lawry’s restaurant legacy. The first impression I got from these chips was holy balls these chips are salty. Ragin’ Ranch sounds pretty pedestrian, but I would like to try Steak and Worcestershire, since I do love a good steak with some Worcestershire on it. There’s definitely a beefy taste, but it’s artificial, like you’re sucking on a cube of beef bullion. For you. 7-11 prime rib flavored potato chips - Duration: 2:19. jason callan 372 views. You taste taco meat, cheese, tomato, lettuce, sour cream. I was disappointed that they didn’t have Creamy Dill Pickle flavor, but they did have Kansas City Prime Steak, which I consider a mighty fine consolation prize. Didn’t miss a review since then. That’s a bold statement coming from a salt vampire like myself. I enjoy potato chips, but I enjoy a juicy slab of meat a hell of a lot more.
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