Ten Acre – Hand Cooked Crisps – The British Are Coming

With five distinct flavors bearing whimsical names like When Chicken Soup Saved the Day, The Secret of Mr. Salt, When Hickory Got BBQ’D, The Day Sweet and Sour Become Friends, and The Story of When Mr Cheesy Met the Onion, Ten Acre – a British potato chips (or “crisps” as they call them in GB) manufacturer – has invaded the American shores.



They are hand cooked, gluten and dairy free delightfully flavored chips. My two favorites were The Secret of Mr. Salt and The Day Sweet and Sour Became Friends, the other 3 were interesting and intriguing as well. Crisper than most American chips, the flavors ranged from spicy (When Hickory Got BBQ’D) to mild (When Chicken Soup Saved the Day).

The invading Brits made sure Brooklyn has enough outlets (over 20!) featuring their products, such as:

  • Pomegranate
  • Moisha’s Supermarket
  • Glatt Mart
  • Moutain Fruit
  • Ocean Fruit
  • Kosher Corner
  • Mittelman
  • Shop Smart
  • KRM

and more. Meanwhile, you can visit their website, http://www.tenacrecrisps.co.uk/ for a playful look at their products and Ten Acre “village.”

Enjoy, gentle reader, enjoy!


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