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A global chip shortage had repercussions across much of the economy in 2021, thwarting consumers who faced delays in getting new cars, video-game consoles and an array of other products. The shortage had its origins in the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, starting with the lockdowns shuttering Asian semiconductor factories in early 2020. As 2022 approaches, some analysts are now worried about what happens when the shortages ease and an oversupply of chips affects prices.

This colorful fall-inspired whipped feta dip from @walderwellness adds pumpkin for a unique flavor. Bring it to your next holiday party with a baguette or chips of your choice—no cooking required.

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Wall of Death performer Kyle Ives talks about his sport. 

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Play a card from your hand, and place a chip on a corresponding space on the game board. When you have five in a row, it’s a Sequence. Each pl…

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A classic game made just for kids. Play a card from your hand, and place your chip on the corresponding character on the board. The first with…

Want to make the pasta chip equivalent of Tostitos Scoops? Use the shell shaped conchiglie noodles like @cookingwithayeh to create the perfect vessel for marinara sauce.

To turn pasta chips back into a balanced meal, make your chips simple and serve them with a tasty side dish of burrata, tomato, basil, and balsamic like @chefcuso.

While most pasta chip recipes use an air fryer to get the pasta extra crispy, those with limited kitchen space can still make this tasty TikTok trend in the oven. Just follow @himynameispriya’s recipe for oven baked pasta chips.

While we’re all excited to hug our friends, few of us are excited to go back to eating chips from a bowl everyone has had their hands in. This party tip from @diy42 is a must in 2021.

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This no-frills recipe makes it easy to swap out bread crumbs for naturally gluten-free tortilla chips. 

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Don’t purchase individual snack sizes. Those little bags of chips and cookies often sell for twice as much as the regular-sized product. Instead, buy small zip-seal bags (generic, of course!) and load them yourself. It takes 2 seconds.

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"These chips are the most like drinking ketchup straight out of the bottle," wrote Natalie Wade, former RedEye and Chicago Tribune intern who ranked these worst. "That doesn't mean I would recommend them, she added. On the other hand, Tony Purcelli, digital news editor, ranked them best. "This seems like it must be the classic ketchup chip. Good crisp ridges, strong standard ketchup flavor." Tony even drew a little winner's ribbon on his tasting notes.

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"Dark red and bursting with fine flavor of ketchup," wrote Nick, who ranked these best. "It's like dusting your chips in a vat of Heinz. Sweet and tangy. This is the only one worth keeping." Grace, though, a self-proclaimed condiment queen, was not a fan. "Again with the barbecue flavor. I'm not into it. Ketchup (does not equal) BBQ."

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"Full of folded chips!" I wrote about these, and ranked them as best. Potato-chip connoisseurs know folded chips are the most coveted because they're super crackly. "Nailed the Huy Fong Sriracha flavor too." Joe also ranked them best, noting however, "But no tomato." Nick ranked these high too, but he suspected I'd thrown in a ringer. "Looks like an all-American barbecue chip. Extra crunchy and shockingly spicy. What the hell is going on? Is this a joke?"

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