NEWS: If You Can’t Decide Between Geno’s and Pat’s, Snack On Legendary Philly Cheesesteak Ruffles While You Think About It

Authentic Cheesesteak!

I’ve let you down, readers of The Impulsive Buy.

Despite following food news like a meteorologist follows clouds, I wasn’t able to tell you about the Legendary Philly Cheesesteak Ruffles in a timely manner.  They’ve been out for a few weeks now, but I only learned about them an hour ago.

If I was able to let you know about them sooner, many of you could be stuffing your faces and getting your crunch on with these Philly Cheesesteak-flavored chips right now. There are also some of you out there who are munching down on these chips right now and thinking to yourself that this is old news because you’re eating through your second or third bag.

You’d think, as someone who regularly reads websites called Processed Food News, Drug Store News, and Convenience Store News, I would’ve learned about the Legendary Philly Cheesesteak Ruffles sooner.  But all I can say is that I’ve failed you all and that this particular Ruffles is a Walmart exclusive.

Source: Fatguyfoodblog

8 thoughts on “NEWS: If You Can’t Decide Between Geno’s and Pat’s, Snack On Legendary Philly Cheesesteak Ruffles While You Think About It

  1. Huh, I’d never heard of them either. Even doing a GIS for philly cheesesteak Ruffles doesn’t turn up a picture of the bag or anything. Mysterious!

  2. If they suck as much as the Molten Wings Ruffles or Chili Cheese Ruffles, I’ll steer my cart right on by. Sort of fitting though if you can only find them at Wally World, Frito-Lay is the Wal-Mart of snack foods.

  3. Steer that cart away then. Worst chip flavor IMHO. Just plain awful. Really didn’t taste like anything and I couldn’t get a good grasp on any flavor that they were using. Never really tasted a flavor of cheese or steak. Pretty terrible.

    1. F-L’s attempts at making all these flavored chips and regional tastes, etc is avoiding the base problem with this company, the underlying chip sucks. Which in turn is probably why every new flavor that comes out has a coating that gives the statues in Rome and their patina a run for the money. The taste of the potato in their products is long gone and replaced by this acrid aftertaste of fetid witch’s brew of amalgamated oils. If it weren’t for the ridges in Ruffles, you could hold them up and use the greasy shine as a mirror. I stick with the smaller batch companies, like Zapps, Poores and Art’s & Mary’s chips.

  4. Hey, I just got a cheesesteak at Pat’s last weekend… and then took it to Geno’s across the street and ate it along with a Geno’s cheesesteak. No I didn’t eat 2 full cheesesteaks, I ate half of each w a friend. I’m not sure if I could handle cheesesteak potato chips… but I said the same thing about cheesesteak pizza and ended up loving it.

  5. Been eating the at the same place for over 30 years – and they still taste exactly the same. Thank god some things never change!

    Jim’s on South and 4th is the best!

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