Inspired by that commercial where the guy plays drums on his Pringles cans, Eric and Tony G from EMCproductions made their own set of drums out of potato crisp (and Gatorade) cans. They replaced the plastic lids with balloons as drum heads and used their metal bottoms as “cymbals.”
Pringles teamed up with Wendy’s to create a limited-time flavor inspired by the tasty Baconator burger. Through the wonders of food technology, each potato crisp tastes like beef, American cheese, applewood-smoked bacon, ketchup, and mayo. Each can comes with a code for a free Baconator with purchase via the Wendy’s app.
In her latest effort to replicate a popular snack food, Bon Appétit’s Claire Saffitz does her best to make her own gourmet version of those deliciously crispy, but obviously machine-made potato crisps known as Pringles. If you want to know how they’re really made, you’re welcome.