Food of the Seventies, Skippy Hickory Smoked Peanut Butter

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Skippy peanut butter had a hickory smoked crunchy peanut butter that was ridiculously good. Where is Shake a puddin? Quisp was the 60s remeber Kellog's Puffa Puffa Rice-they had great commercials
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Rob Lambert - October 27, 2016 - Report this comment
The history of Skippy goes back to 1933, named after a comic-strip character. The hickory roasted product was an obscure test/promotional one circa 1981. Not surprisingly, little of this is mentioned anywhere. Early TV shows sponsored by Skippy included "Dennis the Menace" (CBS, 1959-61) and "Flintstones" (ABC, 1963-66).
Rob Lambert - January 04, 2020 - Report this comment
From the prime time TV vault, Fred Flintstone sneaks into the kitchen for a midnight snack, only baby Pebbles beats him there. They start eating Skippy's on bread. Wilma joins them. This aired during "Flintstones" on ABC (4/8/65). Other sponsors included Cheerios (Bullwinkle), Welch's Grape Juice (Fred and Barney) and Hellmann's Mayonnaise. Network promos for "Jonny Quest" and "Addams Family."

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