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  • Lay’s Saveur Poulet Rôti et Thym – the French do It Better, but Lay’s Don’t

    lays_vistienaWhen it comes to food, the French always seek good quality and are a little picky, which God forbid, shouldn’t be seen as a negative quality. These features, along with their great taste for pretty much everything, makes Frenchmen stand out from the rest of the world and quite frankly, they make the most of us look like hopeless amateurs. In short, the French simply do it better.

    Speaking about Lay’s Saveur Poulet Rôti et Thym (Roasted Chicken and Thyme), the seasoning was really nice and matched the one of a real chicken with thyme (in terms of how close you can get to the taste of a main course of a French dinner on a potato chip). I think the spices would have tasted better on a chip of a higher quality… probably on a kettle cooked variety. For all I know, France has a lot of great food to offer, and I guess, supermarket shelves are not the best place to look for it. Cheap snacking isn’t exactly their scene, so when you’re there, you should probably pay a visit to a local boulangerie and get a buttery croissant instead.

    Bought in Paris, France.

    My rating: 7/10.