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September 29, 2014

Private Selection Blue Chip and Salsa Review

*** Please remember the FTC requires I  mention that I received the free samples courtesy of BzzAgent when sharing.

When was the last time you had blue chips? The last time I had blue chips, I was in high school and at some super bowl game. It was the first time I had ever seen anything like them in my life. I was worried that they would taste… well blue… if it had a taste. That was one moment I will remember trying something new.

As you all know, I am a giant fan of the Private Reserve Brand that you can find only at my favorite store Smiths.  You can look down every aisle at Smiths and find something in your cart to switch out with a Private Reserve brand item. #ThatsWhyIShopThere

As soon as I saw Bzzagent had another opportunity to try another one of the Private Selection brand I was all over it. Are you a BzzAgent?

This artisan gourmet chip has the look and feel of a regular naked chip but this chip has a cool blue color. They stone grind the blue corn, cook it and add salt to make the great tasting chip.

Don’t like thick tortilla chips? No problem, Private selection also makes a thin style to enjoy. 

On the back of each Private Selection product they give you a pairing idea.  The one on this bag says to warm up some Chile con Queso. That sounds good for date night…. I will have to remember that next time I want to say home a do something different. Do you know of any wine pairings that would go good with this dip?

I love the restaurant style salsa. It feels like you get more heat with this style than you would a chunky one.  I also like to cook with salsa. On the back label, it gives you the idea of spreading it on some grilled chicken. I am thinking grilled chicken is going on a menu soon.

The flavor in the private selection restaurant style salsa is so fresh that it is as if we just made it ourselves, the roasted jalapeno really gives it a nice spicy kick. #SoGood #GotItFree

***I was given 2 free products because I’m a Bzzagent. I am under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.