10 Latin-Inspired Supermarket Foods
Because who doesn't sprinkle their chips with Tapatío hot sauce and lemon?
Tapatío was created by José-Luis Saavedra, an immigrant from Mexico City, in 1971. The word Tapatío is actually a nickname for people from Guadalajara in Jalisco, Mexico, but he chose it because it's where his kids were born. Lay's is no stranger to experimental flavors, but this seems like an obvious choice whether or not you're Latino. (And no, you can't eat just one.)