1/21/11 1/21/11 Food and Beverage Highlights of the 2011 Winter Fancy Foods Show More Fascinating Fare From Fancy Foods January 21, 2011 by Food 9 In addition to eating lots of cheese and spotting a number of trends at Fancy Foods, we also had plenty of other intriguing encounters. Here, a few high (and low) points, from questionable creations to culinary celebrities. I Want More! Get our newsletter by tapping the button below. Instant Subscribe Haggis Chips We finally tried those haggis chips we'd be hearing about but found them to be underwhelming. They didn't really taste like a meat product. Instead, our palates were left with the memory of their (much more exciting) salt and vinegar-flavored chips. Cheese Jerky What is cheese jerky, might you ask? No, it's not cheese cured and dried in the style of beef jerky. Rather, it's string cheese studded with bits and pieces of beef jerky, like a Slim Jim Beef and Cheese Twin Pack rolled into one. Duff Goldman's San Francisco-Themed "Extreme Cake" Sir Kensington Ketchup It truly is hard to top Heinz in the ketchup department, but Sir Kensington's gave the mass-produced material a run for its money. We loved the thick, rich spicy flavor, even on its own. Cheesecake in a Jar Marketing queso in a jar makes pretty logical sense, but Cheesecake in a Jar? Sounds like as much of a stretch as haggis-flavored chips. BLK Vegan Seafood We steered clear of this product, which, like jumbo shrimp, was sounding pretty oxymoronic. California Caviar's Dip Genius! The dip served up by the folks at California Caviar was not only texturally exhilarating but also a brilliant way to stretch a small portion of roe. Paul Prudhomme The legendary Paul Prudhomme was in the house to promote his Magic Seasoning Blends. Despite being in a wheelchair, he still found the energy to sign autographs and take pictures with attendees. New-Age Dippin' Dots Flavored spheres seemed to be a resounding theme. They looked like Dippin' Dots and had a gummy consistency. One product was designed to look like caviar but flavored to taste like truffles. Hmm.