Rachael Ray Magazine taste-tests dozens of potato chips from the grocery store and online to see which are worth their salt to become their favorites.
Among the classic salted potato chips, one batch stood out from the rest. North Fork’s plain chips “look like they aren’t made in a factory” and “appear dirty — in a good way,” according to tasters. The panel also praised the crunch: “These babies make noise.” Martin and Carol Sidor started making the golden kettle chips three years ago on their 150-acre Long Island farm, and since then, sales have tripled: A staff of five now produces more than 200,000 bags a year.
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