Trader Joe's will open in Wichita on Friday, October 11th. I am looking forward to that day. My wife and I have made road trips to KC, OK and Tulsa to make a Trader Joe's run. We won't have to do that after the location opens at Bradley Fair here in Wichita.
You can always find unique seasonal food items at Trader Joe's. This is what I am gonna snap when it opens.
From Trader Joe's website: .A decidedly delicious (dare we say deciduous) way to celebrate autumn, these crispy, crunchy, leaf-shaped Chips are made with stone-ground corn and quickly fried in high-oleic sunflower oil, then sprinkled with sea salt. And since nature is responsible for the stunning colors of the genuine fall article(s), we figured we’d let it be responsible for the stunning colors of TJ’s Fall Leaf Chips, too – instead of the artificial dyes you’d find in some tri-colored tortilla chips, these chips get their warm, sunset hues from ingredients like beet, carrot, & pumpkin powders.
Enjoy these festive, fall-colored chips dipped in TJ’s Fall Harvest Salsa or TJ’s Extra Hot Habanero Ghost Pepper Salsa. Make them the base of some awesomely autumnal nachos. Whatever you plan to do with them, we suggest you grab a bag while you can, because like fall leaves themselves, Fall Leaf Corn Tortilla Chips will only last as long as the season.