Sunday, June 8, 2008

Like chalk and cheese

You'll never make it to Prospect Park

Cheese cracker hierarchy:

Cheez-It Hot & Spicy (green Tabasco flavor) - 10/10 **Champion!**
Cheez-It (original) - 9/10
Cheez-It White Cheddar - 7/10
Cheese Nips - 4/10
Krasdale Cheese Crackers eaten in the car on the way to Sarah's birthday picnic in Prospect Park - 1/10

In Krasdale's (partial) defense, I notice that the crackers expire next month, which probably means this box was really old. But that's no excuse for them tasting like cardboard. Seriously.

Also, as Tim pointed out: Why are Cheese Nips so prevalent in NYC if everyone we know agrees that Cheez-Its are far superior?

Cheese it! It's the cops! Let's get out of here.


Dave said...

Cheese Nips are made by Nabisco, headquartered in New Jersey, while Cheez-its are made by Sunshine, headquartered in Illinois. This is why we find more Cheese Nips in the Northeast and it's a damn shame!

Jennette said...

Ah! I never even considered that, but it makes sense (while still being a shame). People in Chicago must live a beautiful, Cheez-It filled life.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I think the Krasdales are much, much better than Cheez-Its, and I am vehemently opposed to Nips. Maybe it was the expiration date for your problem with them.

Jennette said...

Fascinating (no sarcasm)! It alllllmost makes me want to try Krasdale again.

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