Because when I find something in the grocery store created by a Laura…I buy it! Then I try it. This onion dip is proof that supporting Lauras out there in the world is a good idea because it is yummmmmmmmy! Laura Scudder’s got it going on.
It is so super easy to make…as in mix it with sour cream. DONE!
It looks pretty cute with this shamrock made from a heart cutter and green peppers too, don’t you think?
I like it best with sweet potato chips and wheat thins. Of course the green peppers in it were pretty spectacular too.
Next up, I am going to use it in meatloaf. Yep, I love it.
I did a little research. This company is not new. It has proven the test of time and has been making great products since 1926. The history is awesome! Here it is straight from their website…
“In 1926, Laura Clough Scudder started Laura Scudder’s in Monterey Park, California making potato chips. Naming the company after herself reflected her personal dedication and pride in offering the highest quality and best tasting food products available in the market. Throughout her lifetime, Mrs. Scudder’s was credited for many innovations in the food industry. Most notably was the introduction of wax paper bags as a packaging solution for potato chips. Historically, potato chips, prior to wax paper bags, were packaged in barrels or tins. The wax paper bags allowed potato chips to be stored in a more stable and secure environment keeping them fresher longer while also reducing crumbling. This wonderful invention allowed potato chips to be mass marketed, making them a new convenience food. Laura Scudder’s was also credited as the first company to imprint a freshness date on their food products, once again setting the standard, which is now mandatory for today’s food products. Mrs. Scudder’s superior products and innovative solutions made Laura Scudder’s brand a household name on the west coast.”
I truly think she is adorable. This vintage commercial makes me smile all over. This kid is so cute. He will go realllllly far for one chip!
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There are MORE dips to try.
Happy Celebrating Lauras and Eating Onion Dip,
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