– [Both] Welcome to Southern Certified. – What is this? – Grilled cheese and tomato soup chips? – It doesn’t say chips,
it just says flavored – Flavored. – Which, we’ll assume they’re chips. (upbeat music) – I love grilled cheese and tomato soup. – Isn’t that the best? – That’s a staple of the winter around the Schwartz household. – I never had tomato soup. – I’ve bathed in tomato soup before. – Bathed in it?
– But never ate. – Okay, okay.
– Yeah. – I’d much rather have
chili and grilled cheese. – Oh yeah. – Why is there not a chili
and grilled cheese chip? – Yeah, Lay’s, do it. – I like chili and cheese,
yeah, but I don’t know about in chips.
– Like if you ate it as a chip, would you want that? – I don’t know.
– Now I know grilled cheese. I’m a grilled cheese connoisseur. – Is grilled cheese and
tomato soup Southern? – No.
– I don’t think it is, but I mean,
– I don’t think they’re distinctively Southern. – I’ve eaten it in the South. – I think it’s a comfort thing. I don’t think it’s a Southern thing. – It’s enjoyed wherever you are. – I mean, I don’t know
a lot of people who, “Hey man, come in the crib,
man, I got some tomato soup.” (laughing) – You’ve got dairy and fruit. – And bread is in grilled cheese. – Yes, so you have grains. – And soup, which is another food group. – Soup, which is good
for you when you’re sick, so those are all the
food groups, that’s it. – I’m gonna try this. I’m gonna try it and see,
let’s see what’s going on. – We oughta get one that has
a lot of seasoning on it. – Oh, weird. – It was little rocky at first,
but it kinda grows on you. – I’m honestly a little
confused about what I’m tasting. – Yeah. – Mm-mm. – Mm-mm.
– Nope. – Mm-mm. (chuckling) – This ain’t it. – They all taste like
cheddar sour cream to me. – I was about to say, watch, it’s gonna taste like a Pringle. – What if someone just gave us these chips and they were like, “Hey,
these are cheese chips,” and you didn’t see that they
were different flavored. I would think that they’re
just cheesy potato chips. – The more I eat, the more I like. – The more I eat, the
more they go to cheese. – Can we microwave these? – Sure.
– What happens to potato chips when you microwave ’em? – They turn back into potatoes. – All right, let’s just
put this entire bag – Unlike this other stuff.
– in the microwave and find out, don’t open it first. – I’m really not digging
this. I feel deceived. – Exactly, that’s why I
said false advertisement. – I would not go for chips
instead of soup and sandwich. – I wouldn’t either. – I mean, I think these
would be delicious with your tomato soup and cheese. – There, you got Pac-Man there. There’s a ghost. – Okay. (electronic game music) – Ha, ha, ha. – They don’t do that. – I always picture them doing that. – They’re not like The Joker. – I like them, but are
they Southern Certified? No. – What? – I just wanted the cheese. – Mam. It’s got my vote. I’m gonna give it twice. – He loves these. – These are really good. (applauding) – What I feel like they were going here is they had a lot of extra cheddar from their cheddar chips left over and then tomato from ketchup chips that are apparently
pretty popular up north, and then they just mixed them together and then made this ’cause
that’s what they do. – Well, it’s smart, it’s
how you reuse assets. – Whoa, someone went to business school. – I did not. (laughing)