NJBob said:Struffoli are a family must for the holidays, but we mostly called them honey balls. And my mother always liked the spiced hard candy for Christmas but they are getting harder to find.
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Laughing, and the paper would sometimes come off with those dots. I'm not sure of the smell of them. I have the double Bouncing Bett and it smells just like an old candy to me. I thought maybe the dots.
I loved the foot long banana taffy! Flat and it could be chewy or you could snap off a piece.
Ahhh, a whole roll of lifesavers to yourself and if you didn't want the green one you managed to take the next one and stuff it back in the roll.
They could last all day if you sucked on them and that's why we chose them for our birthday treat.
The Slo Poke was billed on its wrapper as a “delicious caramel,” even though it’s presented like a lollipop. I wouldn’t quite call it a caramel, as it was not at all sticky, and its chew was much softer and long lasting than that of caramel.
smiley said:Rosie, that's so funny! I used to play 'host' with those wafers also!
I personally loved those paper dots. So much candy on one piece of paper. I always went for the bulk packaging - necco wafers, smarties (still one of my favorites). And mary jane's, those were good too, once you softened them up a bit.
Sally, I remember slo pokes - my brother's favorite. Maybe Rosie is thinking of a sugar daddy?
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