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Old 10-22-2010, 04:21 PM   #1
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Food comes and goes depending on popularity or demand, Whats some of your favorite foods that disapeared or are extreamly hard to find.

Mine are tomato flavored Top ramon. And Stroganoff potato Hamberger helper.
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Food comes and goes depending on popularity or demand, Whats some of your favorite foods that disapeared or are extreamly hard to find.

Mine are tomato flavored Top ramon. And Stroganoff potato Hamberger helper.
I miss the tomato flavored Top ramon, also!!!
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I ate a lot of tomato flavored top ramen in college. I was a damn poor student, paying my own way through school, so that was my usual dinner with a little ketchup or mustard on it, or sometimes hot sauce. These days, I love the spicy shrimp or kimchee flavored ramen.

Two other things I really miss (not because they've disappeared, but because they're really hard to find) are Canfield's Diet Chocolate Fudge soda and Chunky bars. Canfield's was never easy to find in California (it's a soda brand from Illinois, not marketed in CA), but for a while, my hometown grocery store liked to pretend it was a gourmet store and stocked brands like Canfield's to hopefully attract more customers willing to pay higher prices. I begged my mom to buy some, so she finally gave in and got a six-pack. I still remember the first time I tasted it. For those who like super sweet soda drinks, or like chocolate syrup in their Coke, Canfield's was a dream come true. The best soda I've ever tasted.

Chunky bars haven't gone off the market, but they were never very popular in comparison to other chocolate bars (at least in SoCal), so they've become harder to find over the years. I'm not a huge fan of chocolate; a small amount at a time is enough for me. And I also like chocolate with things in it, like nuts and raisins. So Chunky is my perfect chocolate snack. Because it's so hard to find these days, I periodically order some from Amazon grocery to tide me over when I'm in the mood for chocolate.
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For some reason I can not reply in quotes? But I love Chunky bars, I often find them at the 99 cent store.
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For some reason I can not reply in quotes? But I love Chunky bars, I often find them at the 99 cent store.
I need to shop there more often. The last time I was there, which was over 2 years ago, I was in line behind a woman who had some kind of seizure (I don't think it was epilepsy, but it could have been), and collapsed on the floor in front of me, twitching. Store management called 911 right away and they showed up within minutes to help her out, but the whole thing kind of freaked me out, so I haven't been back to the 99 Cent store since. I need to get over it, obviously.
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Sonic -- yes, the people who own the drive-ins -- used to market a cherry limeade sherbet in the grocery stores. It was wonderful ... but, alas, it is no more.
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I need to shop there more often. The last time I was there, which was over 2 years ago, I was in line behind a woman who had some kind of seizure (I don't think it was epilepsy, but it could have been), and collapsed on the floor in front of me, twitching. Store management called 911 right away and they showed up within minutes to help her out, but the whole thing kind of freaked me out, so I haven't been back to the 99 Cent store since. I need to get over it, obviously.
Uh yeah that would freak me out.
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LOL Yum, Do you remember when they used to have spaghetti in a box, I think it was made by craft. It was the same box as mac and cheese, it contained noodles, a can of tomato paste or sauce, and a flavor packet.
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I miss Park's sausages. They were the tastiest.
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LOL Yum, Do you remember when they used to have spaghetti in a box, I think it was made by craft. It was the same box as mac and cheese, it contained noodles, a can of tomato paste or sauce, and a flavor packet.
My mom used to make this all the time when I was a kid. It was a little kit with spaghetti, sauce and "parmesan" "cheese". For a while, you could buy the sauce itself in a larger can and I loved it, even though it was disgusting. Just made me think of being a kid. It's not available now. Neither are my favorite baked goods from childhood Date Bars. They were a kit with a crumbly dry part you mixed with a couple teaspoons of water, and a date part you mixed with hot water. You layered half the crumble in a pan, spread on the date mix, then the rest of the crumble. They smelled amazing while baking and tasted even better, but Betty Crocker doesn't make it anymore.
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Bonkers.

When I was a kid Prego had these jars of pasta and red sauce, and my Mama would buy whole flats because for about 6 months it's all I would eat. Cold from the jar. The curly noodles were my faves.

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Skippy snack bars. The peanut butter is whipped and so creamy, and thick like....mmm. I can....ugh...could, eat a whole box in an hour.lol
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First off, I love food. Secondly, as a college student, I eat a lot of fast food.

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McDonald's Super Size

McDonald's McSkillet Burrito


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There was a time back in the late 80's/early 90's when Hostess had Twinkies that were not only creme-filled but strawberry filled as well. There are some "limited edition" strawberry creme filled Twinkies out today, but they're not the same, sadly.

Oh! And Hostess Pudding Pies -- miss those ones too !!!
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......Two other things I really miss (not because they've disappeared, but because they're really hard to find) are Canfield's Diet Chocolate Fudge soda ......
OMG. I LOVED this stuff growing up!! I grew up in Chicago, so we had it at our disposal whenever wanted it. Yummy!!


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Oh! And Hostess Pudding Pies -- miss those ones too !!!
And Nutty ho hos! (Oh wait theres still a few of those at the night club )
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Lol at this thread, being from Ireland I have never heard of ANYTHING anyone is talking about!!
the thing I miss from when I was a child- fizzlesticks! They were like sticks of fizzy sherbert in all colours, cost 2p each (in old money, pre euro days!!) they were the best!!
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Foods that I liked and that disappeared? For me, it's mostly stuff that I considered a delicacy when I was a kid, but that now I'd go, "Yuck! I'd never eat that!" Normally, as we grow up our tastes and horizons widen, but when it comes to certain animal parts, mine definitely narrowed.
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I used to love Roy Rogers restaurants. Their original recipe cole slaw and biscuits were so good I used to order a sack of each to take home. Their roast beef sandwiches with cheddar were great and best of all were their creamy horseradish sauce and spicy barbeque sauce. To this day, I've been unable to locate a similar bbq sauce.

I know there's a couple of places still open that are independently owned. One is on the NJ Turnpike...Molly Pitcher rest area I think but I feel weird about going there just for sauce and biscuits. LOL
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I ate a lot of tomato flavored top ramen in college. I was a damn poor student, paying my own way through school, so that was my usual dinner with a little ketchup or mustard on it, or sometimes hot sauce. These days, I love the spicy shrimp or kimchee flavored ramen.

Two other things I really miss (not because they've disappeared, but because they're really hard to find) are Canfield's Diet Chocolate Fudge soda and Chunky bars. Canfield's was never easy to find in California (it's a soda brand from Illinois, not marketed in CA), but for a while, my hometown grocery store liked to pretend it was a gourmet store and stocked brands like Canfield's to hopefully attract more customers willing to pay higher prices. I begged my mom to buy some, so she finally gave in and got a six-pack. I still remember the first time I tasted it. For those who like super sweet soda drinks, or like chocolate syrup in their Coke, Canfield's was a dream come true. The best soda I've ever tasted.

Chunky bars haven't gone off the market, but they were never very popular in comparison to other chocolate bars (at least in SoCal), so they've become harder to find over the years. I'm not a huge fan of chocolate; a small amount at a time is enough for me. And I also like chocolate with things in it, like nuts and raisins. So Chunky is my perfect chocolate snack. Because it's so hard to find these days, I periodically order some from Amazon grocery to tide me over when I'm in the mood for chocolate.
Dedicated to you, 30sGirl
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