Food of the Seventies

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Corn Suckers, Comment by wood on February 28, 2015 - Report this comment
Think I just found the largest alien abductee site on the web.
Cheesecake Snacks, Comment by John on February 28, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember them well. They were Knudsen whipped cheesecake. I can't find anything on them anywhere.
Hoffman's sodas, Comment by Tanya on February 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Sorry the message about PS107 should have been for Lola
In the late 50's early 60's my mother would buy iced fruit cookies...they were delicious and had pink and/or white hard icing on them. They were not spice cookies but they were called "Fruit" cookies. Does anyone remember the name of them?
Danish Go Rounds, Comment by Cheryl on February 26, 2015 - Report this comment
I REMEMBER DANISH GO ROUNDS SO WELL I WOULD GET THEM AT QFI IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO LOVED THEM SO MUCH PLEASE BRING THEM BACK THEY WILL SELL LIKE HOT CAKES ESPEICALLY TO ME :)
Mortons Mini Sugar & Spice Doughnuts, Comment by CindyA on February 26, 2015 - Report this comment
So funny that others are just as obsessed as I am! Oh, how I remember these donuts, which my mom ALWAYS had in our freezer, along with honey buns!! I search the frozen food aisle every time I go to a new grocery store! And guess what I found last night at TARGET? (one with a full grocery department.) They are microwave mini donuts (in the frozen department) and you sprinkle cinnamon sugar on them when warm. My kids thought I was crazy, but just the smell of them out of the microwave, and I was like, "that's the smell I remember!!" They tasted pretty good, although nothing compares to the original Morton's donuts. For now, these will be a nice blast from the past!!
Gino's, Comment by Don on February 25, 2015 - Report this comment
Cindy you are correct. The Gino's in Frederick Md on 40 did have a play area.
Dip In A Chip Nabisco Brand, Comment by Diana on February 25, 2015 - Report this comment
Veggie chip...very, very close - shape and texture are right just a powdery dairy dusting needed!
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah juice bags, Comment by nancy on February 25, 2015 - Report this comment
omg, i to am not crazy, i remember those, and reading the comments i remember more and more about them, i want a picture of it, i cant find one....yay, i am not nuts
What was the name of the company that made oatmeal cookies filled with,i think raspberry filling in the middle? Been trying to figure this out for the past 3 years!Had them in the late 70s and early 80s.
Chocolate Covered Cookie/Shortbread, Comment by Rita on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember those cookies and they were absolutely delicious. Where can I find the recipe?
Cake Frosting Mix In A Box, Comment by Laurie on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
We used to make Duncan Hines white cake with succulent Betty Crocker Creamy Cherry Frosting. They were delish' Always had some left over frosting to make the kids graham cracker sandwiches to take on car trips or to the drive-in. Where can I buy these boxed mixes?
Corn Suckers, Comment by donald on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
This is the missing candy to my collection of old school greats. Need to purchase one.if anyone know where they are post it.Missing that sucker
Mars Bar (original), Comment by surchdg8 on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
When I was in 6th grade ( 1972-73) we had a contest to learn the stock market. One month, I won ( I remember I picked Shell as my stock..lol) and I got to choose form the whole bags of candy hanging over our teachers desk- I chose 'Mars" bars.. omg. I ate half the bag on the way home from school..but since at age 11 I was already 5'7" and about 110 pounds.. I could do that then... I miss Mars...
Black Cow, Comment by Joyce on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
do a search for Black Cow Candy you will find them
Pomac, Comment by sonny saenz on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
pomac was good with a candy cigarette after playing doctor ..oh yeah
Pomac, Comment by GEORGE on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
I Remember Pomac soda and Hippo size sodas in the mid 60's my Grandparents owned a neighborhood store in San Antonio,Tx I also heard my older Brother said it was like drinking a beer. It tasted ok and it was the color of my dads beer I thought I was cool.
Sunshine Brand Marshmallow Cookies, Comment by Sherry Koral on February 24, 2015 - Report this comment
The Marshmallow nut sundae cookies were my favorite!! They were around back in the 50's- 60's, not sure when they disappeared. I would love to eat one again!!
Great Shake, Comment by David Nelson on February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
I remember both the Great Shakes and the Nestle Quik Shakes. I recall that I liked the Quik Shakes somewhat better, but both were great. I sure wish they were still available.
Chum Gum, Comment by Rob Lambert on February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
Here's a wild one! There actually was a Chum Gum before Fleer's stick bubble gum! I found, on Ebay (sorry, folks, no Fleer Chum Gum for sale), an old advertisement page, from a Chicago newspaper, for a candy/novelty company from 1938. This company sold a stick, spearmint-flavored chewing gum...named Chum Gum! Five sticks in a cardboard box for five cents. This preceded Fleer's product by 13 years. History does not state if Fleer "borrowed" the name, or any legal problems because of it. The Chicago company was small. I'm guessing it went under during World War 2 (sugar rationing), and Fleer simply tagged the stick bubble gum as such, legally. The old ad piece may still be available...believe it was around $15.
Tuna Twist, Comment by Steve on February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
I was eating a tuna sandwich that my wife had made. It had celery and onions in it. First time I had celery in my tuna salad was using Tuna Twist. Haven't liked it without celery since, but it's just not the same. I was so disappointed when they took this off the market. My son was two at the time and he liked it. He's forty now. Oh! For the good ole days!
Camp Steaks, Comment by Jim on February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
Boy, did I love reading all the comments. And I mean ALL. I now live in Texas, and to even think that Camps could be found here would be a dream come true. I would have to try to find someone to ship a refrigerated package if I ever wanted one again before I pass. I use to live about a mile from them in Culver City when I was a kid in the 50's and I too grew up on those little steaks. I envy anyone who lives close enough to buy them because it's impossible for me to ever get them again. Although, if anyone has heard of them being out my way, I would love to hear from you. I will enclose my email address and hope someone just might have some good news. .....jstsylor1@suddenlink.net....
Butternut Candy Bar, Comment by deb campbell on February 23, 2015 - Report this comment
The best candy bar ever....please, please bring it back....the closed thing I have found is the Snicker Xtreme...but nothing compares to a Butter nut


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