I just discovered them most delicious variation on the potato chip ever. They're called Cassava chips (Yuca and cassava are the same thing, in case you didn't know) and they are the ultimate substitute for greasy potato chips (which I do love, but attempt to avoid if I can). I ran across them at my new favorite market, The Fresh Market up on Kedzie and Devon (although they did not have them last time I was in). It's an international market that's super cheap and chock full of specialty items from Bulgaria, Greece, France, Morocco, Italy and the like. Anyway, these little chips are pretty salty and slightly thicker than regular potato chips but at least they have a hit of fiber and less fat. It doesn't mean that I won't sit and eat the entire bag, though. Factoid for you: Yuca is a starchy root vegetable that makes the most delicious french fries (another addiction)... and also is what makes tapioca. I'm always on the hunt for smothered yuca in garlic, too. It's just damn good stuff.