Laidback Gourmet: Lays Cheesy Garlic Bread Chips

Hi there, welcome to the Laidback Gourmet. Well my wonderful readers, you have probably been wondering where I’ve been for the past few weeks. Well I’ve been scouring the globe trying to find how to bring my poor voodoo cursed reviewing table back and after all this time I’m sorry to say I haven’t made any headway. I am still table-less. However, the review must go on so I’m doing today’s review outside on location… on my car. Hey, desperate times calls for desperate measures, I just hope that using my car for a review doesn’t leave me exhausted. Well, I’m going to the hood on this one and we’ll be taking a look at one of Lay’s newest flavors, “Cheesy Garlic Bread” chips.

Yes, yes I know. EVERYONE wants me to review the OTHER new flavor of Lay’s chips, “Chicken and Waffles”. Believe me readers, I have been trying to get my oven mitts on a bag of these chips but they seem to be sold out EVERYWHERE! I’ve been looking for weeks! However, I promise if at any time I come across them they will be reviewed ASAP. However, we have a perfectly good bag of chips right here that I can make fun of so lets drive on and open them up.

Well, from the smell of them they deliver what they promise. They have a very strong smell of garlic and a hint of cheese as well. I suppose you really can’t ask for more than that. I am disappointed that the bag is less than half filled that’s hardly enough to fill your tank. Let’s take one out and see what we got.

Betcha can’t eat just a half of one!

And my conclusion… it looks just like a potato chip. Quite the shocks, I know. The color is slightly more yellow than a typical potato chip but only slightly. I guess I should move along before I brake one of these chips so oil try one now.

*om nom nom*

Nothing to complain about here, but nothing to particularly praise either. Pedaldestrian I’d say. Nothing id wiper tear from my eye over, in joy or sorrow, they’re just kinda there. An ok garlic flavor with an ok cheese flavor with an ok chip flavor. I guess it sort of reminds me of garlic bread, but I’m not really driven to go out and buy another bag of these. I wish I could steer this review into something longer, but these are hardly paradise by the dashboard light, they’re really just a solid MEH. Final review:

Well this concludes this edition of the Laidback Gourmet. I’ll try to be back on a more regular schedual but wheel see where that goes. Yea, that’s the second to last pun, I promise. Thank you as always for reading, please send all your feed back to Until next time I’m Ed DiFolco, your Laidback Gourmet here to remind you to keep on truckin’. (Told you there was one more coming)

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