Food of the Seventies

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Orbits Candy, Comment by Mr Mike Lindy on May 03, 2016 - Report this comment
Me and my brother used to go to the farmers market in Bethpage New York and buy as many boxes or orbits as our allowances could buy. We positioned ourselves to fire upon the people riding the Merry-Go-Round as it spun around and Around. The good old days!!
Nabisco Butter Cookies, Comment by Dolly on May 03, 2016 - Report this comment
Wish we could get them back!
Bullet Ice Cream, Comment by Nona on May 03, 2016 - Report this comment
I grew up on these myself. I'm from Louisiana and there was only one store that sold them. When I was pregnant with my first child I craved them and at the end of my pregnancy I went to by one and the store stopped me as I was making my way to the freezer and informed me they no longer carried them. I was devastated. I really wish they would bring them back.
Can Full Of Worms Soda, Comment by tmule on May 02, 2016 - Report this comment
my dad owned the company and brewed it, I sold store to store in high school, fun reading the comments. It was a fun brand. I have many cans some still unopened. We stopped brewing in the late 80's.
Chicken and Noodles In A Jar, Comment by mark n on May 01, 2016 - Report this comment
COLLEGE INN; LYNDEN, NALLEY MEALS FOR NOW They all had the same or similar recipe for chicken noodle dinner. I remember this was the cure all when ever someone was sick at our house. I have no doubt the recipe was handed over from one company to the next. If any one has a real good copy cat recipe, please post it.
Sunshine Toy Cookies, Comment by Shirley S on May 01, 2016 - Report this comment
the best cookies I wish we still had them please bring them back.
Sara Lee Frozen Cupcakes 6 Pack, Comment by Nora on May 01, 2016 - Report this comment
My son and I would love to open up the container and choose our favorites first. Ah the memories. Please bring them back.
Bell Burger, Comment by Gina Shipley on May 01, 2016 - Report this comment
You need to bring back the bell burgers. You bring back the other stuff. Please.
Pizza Puffs, Comment by Connie on April 30, 2016 - Report this comment
Please bring these back. Need some happy tasty treats. Please hear our voices.
Kellogg's Danish-Go-Rounds, Comment by Lindee on April 30, 2016 - Report this comment
Never had them but remember the TV commercials for them. Did they taste like Pop Tarts?
Whistles,Bugles and Daisies, Comment by Sandra bellomy on April 29, 2016 - Report this comment
I couldn't remember the third snack, whistles. I guess it didn't make a big impression. Daisies were my favorite and bugles next. In the 70's I used to buy cheese waffle snacks made by Tom's. They had a powdery cheese spread between two cheese waffle rounds. They were about the size of an Oreo (only flatter) and had a great cheesy flavor. Wish I could find some.
Windmill Cookies, Comment by Tammy on April 29, 2016 - Report this comment
Publix in Florence, Alabama has the Steenstra cookies/ We buy a package of 20 every time we shop there. Great with coffee.


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