If you have worn braces or know someone who wears braces, you are painfully aware that any sticky, hard, chewy or crunchy foods should be limited or avoided. According to The American Association of Orthodontics says that those of you donning braces should avoid caramel, nuts, licorice, jelly beans, hard pretzels, bubble gum, candy corn, […]
Remember when you were a kid and you had those cool little wax bottles with juice in them? Of course you do! And did you know that you can still get them? Bet ya’ didn’t! Well, they’ve been around for a while and they are still as much fun as they were back then. Read to […]
Most everyone loves salt water taffy, a classic chewy, sweet treat that makes everybody smile. But did you ever wonder when and how this iconic candy was first made? We know we have, and that’s why we’re here to bring you the sugary sweet history of Salt Water Taffy!
Hard to believe it, but are still some people out there that are afraid to eat Pop Rocks candy or will never eat them with a serving of Coca Cola. If you are one of those people, then fear not, we wrote this article especially for you. Years after the rumors have gone, the classic […]
UPDATED SEPTEMBER 6, 2018 Blast from the Past? History of Delfa Rolls Are you young enough to remember the Delfa Rolls, also called Danish Ribbons? They used to be sold by a few convenience stores in the 1960s. They were pretty hard to find because they were imported from overseas. It was a lot of […]
The tall tale of deadly Pop Rocks came from the infamous Little Mikey, the cute face of the classic Life cereal commercials in the 70’s.
The introduction to a series about how to put together a candy buffet.
Five cocktails and desserts to give your 4th of July party that extra spark!
If I asked you to name two types of foods that people really love, undoubtedly candy and cereal would be near the top of list. It’s no wonder then that these two favorites can be combined to make unique and popular treats. Well, sometimes.
Many people like to wax romantically about days past and how times have changed. One of the things that I often hear about from these people is the price of candy.