Don't look at me weirdly, you read it right." Picklefied." That's really a word! I mean don't try to use it in Scrabble or Words With Friends; it wont work. But try it at Whole Foods or Williams-Sonoma;
they won't think your weird at all. So, in 2006, Joe and Bob McClure started making pickles in their tiny Michigan kitchen with the help of their grandfather and parents. Using top quality local produce, they produced what many call, "the perfect pickle!"
From the New York Times to Martha Stewart, critics everywhere are raving about the garlicky dill taste. So of course, what would naturally happen? The invention of Garlic Dill Pickle Potato Chips (4oz.around $3), that's what. Beware! These are
addicting! The crinkle cut chips have a sour taste that makes me think I'm eating a pickle first and a chip second. The garlic and dill perfectly compliment each other to produce a mouth-watering crunchy, unforgettable treat. These go great
with sandwiches or dips too. But who needs that when the chips will do just fine? Mc Clure's Pickles Garlic & Dill Potato Chips. Find them at Whole Foods, Williams-Sonoma, Amazon.com or McClurespickles.com/products/potato-chips.