No. 1 | Caviar Lay's
There are few foods that scream upper crust more loudly than noble caviar, and few foods less geared to please the proleteriat than the humble potato chip. Somehow, it feels right that the two tastes should meet in Russia, admittedly, it would feel more right if potato chips had caviar up against the wall begging for its life. (image via The Mendeleyev Journal)
No. 2 | Cola Chicken Lay's
Eat your oil-clogged heart out, Chicken and Waffle flavored Lay's. These chips, developed for consumers in China, have been engineered to taste like Cola Chicken, a classic Chinese dish consisting of exactly those two ingredients. While I haven't tried it, I do use a significant amount of Coke in my pulled pork, so I know how awesome it can make a thing, and I'm totally into trying these now.
No. 3 | Seaweed Pringles
Fact: Nori (toasted seaweed like you get sushi rolls wrapped in) is awesome. Fact: Pringles are awesome. Assumption: Seaweed Pringles must be pretty awesome. Clearly, this is a thing that we need to test, being the responsible human beings that we are.
No. 4 | Krazy Mixed Up Salt Steak Doritos
I have no idea what a product billed as Krazy Mixed Up Salt Steak should taste like? Salt? Steak? Kraziness? All I know is that this mystery has changed my life forever. I can never just go back to being a person who doesn't wonder what these chips would do to my mouth. Things are not that simple. Also, the fact that these Doritos are rectangular is blowing my mind right now
No. 5 | Salmon Sushi Potato Chips
Sushi? Potato chips? I'm sold. Just by virtue of existing, these salmon sushi chips give the combination of chocolate and peanut butter a run for their money in the two great tastes that taste great together department.
No. 6 | Blueberry Hazelnut Pringles
Yup, these Blueberry Hazelnut Pringles are a thing. They are, in fact, part of a Fruit and Nut flavor lineup that Pringles sees fit to produce, but not to send to a store near you. Why do you hate America, Pringles? (image via Go With The Ebb)