Thursday, March 21, 2013

Kettle Chips and Basketball

Who doesn't enjoy a good meal with a good game?  I know our family does.  So, why not use a few bags of Kettle Chips as an excuse to get cooking.  Nothing too fancy because we can't spend all our time in the kitchen and miss the basketball tournament!  There's only a limited amount of time and you might miss your favorite team.  Ours happens to be the University of Kentucky.  They have won in the past including last year's tournament.

So, we decided upon the simplest flavors on the shelf.  The Sea Salt and Salt and Pepper flavors are perfect to build up a great time.  Fresh natural ingredients with fewer additives means that we don't have to worry about adding other flavors.  We know exactly the taste we'll get out of a Kettle Brand Potato Chip.  They are real, all natural and the proof is in the taste.

To go with our Kettle Chips we picked a spinach and artichoke dip for the Salt and Pepper and a roasted garlic bacon dip to pair with the all natural Sea Salt.  A winning combination to go with any tournament game.  Perfect potatoes made simply paired with a few extra ingredients and you know that you are getting the best.

We stopped by our nearest Super Walmart to pick out what was on our list.  An easy stop to make as we know we're getting a good deal.  We gathered up a few bags of chips and headed home to whip up a game snack.  We wanted to cut down on the time we spent so one recipe was for the oven and the other cold.  To top it off we put together some roast beef sandwiches on fresh bread from the bakery.  Completing our trip we used our coupon for Kettle Chips which you can find on our blog.

After a little while in the kitchen, we settled onto the couch and cracked open some bottles of hard cider.  Something a little bitter to cut through the richness of our snack foods.  It was a perfect night with all of our efforts engaged in cheering for our favorite team.  We watched the Wildcats as we always do and hoped for victory.

You can see the rest of our shopping trip here on Google+.  Kettle Chips is also on facebook and twitter.

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  1. Looks like a delicious party! Kettle Chips are my favorites and those salt & fresh ground pepper are so yummy paired with a creamy dip.

  2. I do have a weak spot for spinach artichoke dip! Looks like a great tasting spread.

  3. Love the dip you made to go with your chips! Sounds amazing! Thanks so much for sharing!!