They’re potatoes cut into tiny slices, put any topping on it and its instantly popular. This is how they were originated. The original potato chip recipe was created by Chef George Crum at Moon’s Lake House near Saratoga Springs, New York, on August 24, 1853. Fed up with a customer who continued to send his fried potatoes back complaining that they were too thick and soggy, Crum decided to slice the potatoes so thin that they could not be eaten with a fork. As they could not be fried normally in a pan, he decided to stir-fry the potato slices. Against Crum’s expectation, the guest was ecstatic about the new chips and they soon became a regular item on the lodge’s menu and became a world favorite! I was thinking about It, and ruffles would soooo win in a fight between lays & ruffles. You see ruffles aren’t regular potato chips they are manufactured in a way that makes them thicker. Lays on the other hand are just thin, wimpy, and way to salty if you ask me.
So, ruffles would totally beat lays in a fight. Any day, any time just the name the place.
And avi silver