Food of the Seventies, Caramel Marshmallows From Sears

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these candies are still sold and can be brought from Hammonds Candies ...go to and type in Hammonds Candies or Mitchell Sweets
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AJ - July 19, 2007 - Report this comment
We LOVED these!!! In the 70's, sweets were a special treat in our home. Most of the time we were told "eat fruit". We were especially excited when we heard Mom or Dad saying we were going to Sears (Breckenridge Lane, L-ville KY) so we could get a small bag. I could not wait to get to the car so my mom could pull out that small white bag and start handing them out. They were so good, all soft creamy dense marshmallow blanketed with a sweet buttery soft caramel wrapped up in wax paper. We still have them here they are called "Modjeskas" and are sold by the Bauer Candy company. Supposedly they were invented here.
Randy - July 29, 2009 - Report this comment
They were in fact invented here in Louisville, and I can stop whatever my family is doing with a small paper bag and a promise there are Modjeckas inside.

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