Cape Cod Kettle Cooked Potato Chips.
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Secret Potato Chips From Cape Cod!

What’s So Secret About Cape Cod Potato Chips?

Warning! Before I tell what makes these potato chips secret, I’m going to need a few minor things from you. First you’re going to need security clearance. Than I’m going to require a background check, and 40 references. You’ll also need your finger prints taking, and pass a polygraph test. After you meet all these easy requirements, only then will I be able to tell you theses classified secrets.

Wait a minute! I was only joking about all the stuff that I mentioned. You won’t need to actually get any of that stuff, but you will need to stick around a bit. So, you might as well grab a drink, and a bowl of your favorite chips, because by time I’m done, you’re going to be drooling all over yourself. Now for the good part. Have you ever tasted a potato chip that was so good, that you just couldn’t believe it? If not, then you haven’t ever really tasted a real potato chip.

Cap Cod Potato Chips Are Kettle Cooked

Real potato chips have an amazing crunch that’s loud enough to wake the neighbors. They have a crispy texture that has clusters of dark spots on them. And above all, they are always Kettle cooked, which is the big secret that I wanted to tell you. Imaging taking a bunch of fresh potatoes, and dumping them into a giant pot filled with olive oil.

Cape Cod Potato Chips on store shelf.
Cape Cod Potato Chips on store shelf.

Cape Cod Potato Chips Are Pirate Approved

This is why Cape Cod Potato Chips taste much better than the competition. They use the freshest potatoes that they can find, and then have a real life Pirate cut them up into slices. His name is Captain Cape , and he just happens to be the original founder of the company. He’s got the eye patch, the parrot on his shoulder, and a sword, that he uses to cut the potatoes.

Ok, I made that part up, but if I was going to create a potato chip company, I’d definitely include the Pirate. We’d sail the high seas, exploring different continents, and conquering them with our amazing potato chips. We’d rule the potato chip world. And if anyone defied us, they’d walk the plank. Can you imagine executives from other potato chip companies being pushed into the sea, in their suits, with hungry sharks circling them? Maybe, we could even throw the potato chips into the water, in order to attract the sharks. After all, nobody ever said that sharks don’t like potato chips.

Ingredient list on back of Cape Cod Chips bag.
Ingredient list on back of Cape Cod Potato Chips bag.

Cape Cod Potato Chips Are Secretly Natural

I was going to keep going on and on about the Pirate, but you’re most likely bored with it by now. And not that I have anything against Pirates, I’m not obsessed with them. With that in mind, I’m just going to give the facts to you straight. Cape Cod Potato Chips contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives. And if you don’t believe me, just check out the ingredient list above. See, I told you so.

At this point, you’re probably saying, this isn’t a secret at all. And Kettle cooked potato chips aren’t anything new. Well, I have to agree with you, but it does matter how you prepare them. The ingredients have to be fresh, and as natural as possible. And cooked to perfection. I’m not a potato chip expert, but I do know amazing potato chips when I taste them. Plus, you did take an oath not to tell anyone. So keep quiet.

Non -GMO, Gluten Free, NO Preservatives on back of Cape Cod Potatoe Chips bag.
Non-GMO, Gluten Free, NO Preservatives on back of Cape Cod Potato Chips bag.

Set Forth On Your Own Cape Cod Potato Chip Journey

Now that I told you all about Cape Cod Potato Chips, you have a few choices. You can either create your own potato chips, and sail the high seas. Or you can steal Cape Cod Potato chips recipe, and most likely spend the rest of your days in the ships dungeon.

Small bowl of Cape Cod Potatoe Chips.
Small bowl of Cape Cod Potato Chips.

Of course there’s a third option, and the one that I recommend. You can head to your favorite store, and buy a bag of your own, and find out how good they are for yourself. And if you haven’t noticed, the words Cape Cod, makes me think of boats and water. Or is it just me?

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