Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Books That You Should Read - Marshmallow Malice (An Amish Candy Shop Mystery)

 
I don't know anything about this book, but the title (Marshmallow Malice (An Amish Candy Shop Mystery)) has me interested.

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Monday, September 21, 2020

It's Another Kit Kat Bar - Kit Kat "Matcha Green Tea"

I'm going to be completely honest with you guys, I'm getting a little tired of Kit Kat bars. I'm not going to put the blame on the creative people at Nestle, because those people have created some amazing flavour combination that work really well with the Kit Kat format. I think I might have just eaten too many varieties of Kit Kat bar in the last 2 or 3 years. I have, in the last few months, seen at least 4 different varieties of Kit Kat bars and not bought them. I just don't get excited about them. I don't blame anybody really, no one forced me to sample so many varieties of Kit Kat bars, but I did. I'm sure I'll get over this, and I'll see a Kit Kat bar that really excites me, but for now I think I might take a break from these bars... except I might be eating a classic Kit Kat for a video idea I have in the works, just maybe no reviews for a little while.

Click here to check out the Kit Kat review that broke me a little.

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Don't forget to pick up the latest issue of Snack Facts, my micro comic all about snacks and candy.

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Friday, September 18, 2020

Candy In The Media - Star Wars Retro Movie Snacks


What I get from this intermission spot is if you shoot a robot in the head, he will spill out with popcorn. Awesome!

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Snack Facts 2!!! Wooooooooooooooooooooot!!!


Hey candy fans, just letting you know that issue 2 of Snack Facts (my micro comic all about snacks and candy) is out. This issue features an great cover by the very impressive Tom Yeo. The issue is all about the great pink wonder, bubble gum. Find out where it came from, and what you can do with it.

Each issue features your fun hosts Sir Francis Sweetums, and his companion a sugar glider named Barbara as they take you on an adventure through the snacking world. For the low price of only 50 cents, you can download a digital copy that you can read as well as a printable copy that you can fold into your own copy using only one sheet of paper. You can even download issue 0 for free.

Click here to buy issue 1 and 2 of Snack Facts for only 50 cents an issue, as well as to download issue 0 for free.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

This Episode Of Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!! Really Hurt


I really try not to eat things on Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!! that are extreme, or that I'm sure I'm going to hate. There are a few exceptions, and this is one of them. I don't like spicy food, but when I had the chance to sample the spiciest ramen available in stores, I had to give it a try.

Make sure to follow us on YouTube to see all our old episodes of Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!! as well as some of our other fun videos and podcasts.

You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram for previews of our videos.

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Monday, September 14, 2020

It's Time To Crunch Some Doritos - Doritos "Ketchup"

I have really mixed feelings about Ketchup flavoured potato chips (let alone Ketchup flavoured corn chips). I can't say that I dislike them, yet it's probably a flavour of chip that I would never buy. This is a flavour that I truly enjoy, yet I've never craved it. That seems a little weird to me. I can safely say that just about every snack I've reviewed on candycritic.org that has a higher than 10 review score, at some point I've craved it again, except for Ketchup flavoured chips. It's a little weird.

Click here to read about these chips that I really enjoyed, but I'm not sure why.

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If you want something really fun, check out my micro comic called Snack Facts.

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Friday, September 11, 2020

It's Time For More Snack Facts!!!

Hey everybody, just letting you know that issue 2 of Snack Facts (my micro comic all about snacks and candy) is out. This issue features an great cover by the very impressive Tom Yeo. The issue is all about the great pink wonder, bubble gum. Find out where it came from, and what you can do with it.

Each issue features your fun hosts Sir Francis Sweetums, and his companion a sugar glider named Barbara as they take you on an adventure through the snacking world. For the low price of only 50 cents, you can download a digital copy that you can read as well as a printable copy that you can fold into your own copy using only one sheet of paper. You can even download issue 0 for free.

Click here to buy issue 1 and 2 of Snack Facts for only 50 cents an issue, as well as to download issue 0 for free.

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Candy In The Media - Slow Popcorn


Even in super slow motion, popcorn pops pretty quick.

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Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Books That you Should Read - Are You Eating Candy Without Me?

 

While this is a children's book all about the fear of missing out, I think it applies to grown up candy fans too.

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Monday, September 07, 2020

This Tiny Candy Made Me Think Some Pretty Big Thoughts - Starburst "Minis Original"

There is the famous expression that "size doesn't matter", I do not believe that at all when it comes to candy. I think the size of a candy can make or break it for so many reasons. Health is the first thing that comes to mind, as you should really not eat an entire 5 pound Hershey bar by yourself. Next thing to think about is variety, better to have a few bites with varying flavours than eat a candy until you're sick of it (I call this the Costco effect). It also sucks to have too fleeting a taste of a candy. The last, and I argue most important thing to think about when the size of a treat changes is the ratio of ingredients. The biggest problem I find when I eat a candy treat that's had a size change is the ratio of ingredients changes and throws everything off. Strangely this treat had a problem of its own.

Click here to find out why I don't think these Starburst succeeded being mini Starburst.

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You should also check out our Micro Comic called Snack Facts, it's pretty sweet.

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Friday, September 04, 2020

Monday, August 31, 2020

Maybe Nerds Just Shouldn't Be Updated - Double Dipped Nerds "Watermelon Apple and Cherry Lemonade"

Since I started reviewing candy many years ago I've had changing opinions about classic candies that offered different variations. There are some cases where I think these variations really work and I go out of my way to try them out, Kit Kat is probably the best example, but there are also a few others. There are also some treats that have broken out with different varieties and it just doesn't work. The new versions not only don't live up to the original, but sometimes they fail as a snack on their own. What I'm saying is that sometimes I like a little variety, and sometimes... well sometimes you get something like this new candy review.

Click here to find out why these Nerds didn't live up to the original.

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Be sure to check out our latest project called Snack Facts, a micro comic all about treats and snacks.

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Friday, August 28, 2020

Thursday, August 27, 2020

Issue 1 of Snack Facts... waaaaaaaaa?

 

Snack Facts is the number 1 candy and snack related micro comic in the world. Each issue takes a fun snack and with the help of Sir Francis Sweetums III teaches you all about it. This first issue takes a look at one of the most popular candies in the world, the gummy bear. It also has an awesome cover by the comic book virtuoso Chetan Patel of Tic Toc Tom (tictoctom.com) fame.

Each issue of Snack Facts is emailed to you and allows you to print and fold your very own micro comic using only a single sheet of paper. You can print the comic as big or as small as you please, you can even print out multiple copies for every room in the house.

Make sure to visit candycritic.org/snackfacts to pick up issue 1 one for the low cost of only 50 cents. You can also download issue 0 for free.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2020

I Talk About The Places I've Lived In This Episode Of Junk Fud and You


I've not only travelled around the world, but I've been lucky to live in a few places around the world. In this episode I talk about where I've lived, and how it's changed the way I see food.

Click here to check out the episodes of Junk Fud on the Road that I talked about.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see what we're up to.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Monday, August 24, 2020

A Very Special Review - Crispy Crunch

Some of you keen eyed people out there may have noticed that I've already posted this Crispy Crunch review. In fact I think I posted it many years ago. I'm making this already posted review our feature review because of my father. A few week's ago he passed away, and the Crispy Crunch was his all time favourite candy bar. Normally that would be enough, but I want to stress how important my father was to the creation of this website.

My father used to take my sister and I out on long walks. We used to walk around Toronto, and St Catharines when we were kids. We would go on crazy adventures exploring the urban landscape, but before each adventure we would have to make a stop. This stop would be at a local convenience store to load up on candy. This wouldn't be my father taking the kids to the candy store to keep them busy during the walk. My father would partake in the candy buying as much as we would (sometimes more). We would load up on treats and head out on whatever adventure awaited. These adventures and the candies we would buy inspired my love of tasting new and fun treats, and that is the seed of this website. 


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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Issue 1 of Snack Facts is here!

 

Follow Sir Francis Sweetums III and his sugar glider companion Barbara as they explore the history of the gummy bear. Find out what inspired this revolutionary treat, and a little about the man who created it. With a beautiful cover illustrated by the talented Chetan Patel of Tic Toc Tom fame (tictoctom.com).

Each issue of Snack Facts is emailed to you and allows you to print and fold your very own micro comic using only a single sheet of paper. You can print the comic as big or as small as you please, you can even print out multiple copies for every room in the house.

Make sure to visit candycritic.org/snackfacts to pick up issue 1 one for the low cost of only 50 cents. You can also download issue 0 for free.

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

I'm Not Happy With Icing, The Oreo Filling Challenge


I decided that the cream in the middle of the Oreo wasn't good enough, even when you flavour it. So my goal is to find out what else could work in an Oreo, the results are both positive and surprising.

Make sure to follow us on YouTube to keep up with all our new videos when they come out.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to check out some video previews.

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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Monday, August 17, 2020

Questionable Reviews - Play More "Ume"

I eat a lot of things on this site that many might consider not to be candy. Most of the time people complain that chips, cakes or even chocolate is not technically candy, and they ask me why am I reviewing it on this site. My standard answer is that this is "my" site, and I'll do what I want. Today however I think I may have crossed a line, today I might have just eaten a pill. I might have eaten some kind of supplement or some kind of light weight medical thingy. I'm still going to keep this review online, because I'm not entire sure that it's not candy either. If someone proves to me that this is not a candy then I'll post a warning at the start of the review.

Click here to read the review and judge for yourself.

You can also follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see what other treats we might be reviewing.

Don't forget to check out our new micro comic Snack Facts as well.

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Friday, August 14, 2020

Candy in the Media - How To Make Waffles... sort of


I can't tell you how many times I've scrolled through recipes online just to find the recipe. I'm happy to read a story, but let me get started first.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Issue 1 Of Snack Facts Is Here!!!

Hey everybody, issue 1 of Snack Facts is here! For the low, low price of 50 cents, you can have issue 1 of Snack Facts sent to you and enjoy the greatest micro comic on the subject of snacks and candy in the world. This issue is a look back at the history of one of the most popular candies in the world, the gummy bear. You can have it sent to you and print off this fun micro comic with only one sheet of paper. Print it off as small or as large as you like, you can even print off multiple copies for every room in your house (or every corner of your room).

Click here to learn more about Snack Facts, and to buy issue 1 (you can also still download issue 0 for free).

You can also follow Candy Critic on Patreon and receive issue 1 of Snack Facts for free.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Things That You Should Buy - Candy Chemistry

This combines my love of science and my love of candy, and best of all, you can eat the results.

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Monday, August 10, 2020

I Normally Don't Eat Spicy Food But... - Aero Truffle "Dark Chipotle"

 

I don't understand why some people can just eat spicy food, and others cannot. I say this from the point of view of someone who does not generally enjoy spicy food. I wish that I could have been in love with spicy food since I was a child, but frankly I've just started to build a tolerance for it, and it's far from being something pleasurable. At this point I eat spicy food in order to build a tolerance, or to be polite. I still don't really enjoy spicy food for the fact that it's spicy. I enjoy some spicy foods, but I feel like taking the spice away would only make this food more pleasurable. I don't know why I was born this way, or even if I was born this way, but here I am.

Click here to read the spicy chocolate review from this week.

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If you're interested, you can also check out our Patreon page and help support us.

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Friday, August 07, 2020

Candy In The Media - Hands Free Oreo Dispenser


I never knew that I wanted a hands free Oreo dispenser until I saw this one. Now I just have to have one.

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Thursday, August 06, 2020

Hey everyone, Snack Facts is here!

I just wanted to let everyone know that the first preview issue of Snack Facts, my micro comic all about candy and snacks is online and free to download. You can download and print the first issue using only one piece of paper and a little folding skill.

This first preview issue will introduce you to the quirky explorer Sir Francis Sweetums III and his sugar glider companion Barbara.  Later on we’ll have more issues out, each following their adventures as they explore a new snack, treat or even special treat filled holidays.
Make sure to check out candycritic.org/snackfacts to download issue 0 of Snack Facts for free. Future issues will be coming soon, and we’ll even be offering special pre-printed and signed versions as well as other cool merch.

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Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Thing That You Should Buy - Grandpa Witmer's Old Fashioned Nut Butter Mixer

It's rare that I post something on this blog that is at all useful, however I would argue that every house in the world should have one of these.

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Monday, August 03, 2020

A Bar Specifically Designed To Cure The Munchies - Oh Henry "4:25"

Having been away from Canada for the last few years, I forgot about the legalization of marijuana. Frankly since being back it's hardly affected me. I've smelt it on the streets a few times, but I doubt more often than I did before I left. The thing that really interests me is the fact that other than Oh Henry, with this bar, no other candy or snack companies have attached their brand to this new trend. I'm thinking that sales must have gone up a bit in the last year, so maybe they figured why change the brand when people already know you make snacks.


You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep up with our return back to Canada.

Make sure to check out our Patreon page too, we're giving away issues of our micro comic Snack Facts.

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Friday, July 31, 2020

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Come one come all candy fans and see our newest project called Snack Facts!

Join Sir Francis Sweetums III and his sugar glider companion Barbara on epic adventures through the candy and snacking world. Using their time travelling tuk-tuk, they venture to seek out the history and stories of your favourite nibbles.

Each issue of Snack Facts is a micro comic that you can either buy in printed form, or download yourself. The downloadable version is easy, fun to make, and only requires one piece of paper to print it.  Best of all you can customize your issues of Snack Facts and make them as big or small as you please, or even print them off in black and white and colour them yourself. Pre-printed issues come signed and some even have hidden treasures.
Make sure to check out candycritic.org/snackfacts to learn more. You can also download issue 0 of Snack Facts for free.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

This New Episode Of Junk Fud On The Road Deals With Tea And Trains


Sri Lanka was a pretty interesting place to visit. Food wise it had a really interesting vibe. The train snacks and the tea were amazing, the Sri Lankan food was hard to find.

If you want to keep up with all our podcasts, make sure to follow us on YouTube or Sound Cloud.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, because it's only polite.

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Monday, July 27, 2020

Lots Going On, Including Today's New Review - Skittles "Dips"

This month has been a pretty intense month here at Candy Critic. First of all we're back in Canada. After a few years abroad, living in South East Asia, we're back home in our true north strong and free. The great thing about being back home is being able to catch up with all the new treats here, including today's new review, Skittles Dips.

The other fun thing is that we've been working on Snack Facts, our micro comic, and issue 0 is out. Best of all, issue 0 is totally free to download. Check out candycritic.org/snackfacts to download it and learn how to fold your very own micro comic.

Click here to check out the Skittles Dips review.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to see what we're up to back in Canada.

Check out our Patreon page too where you can maybe even score yourself some artwork from Snack Facts.

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Friday, July 24, 2020

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Time To Eat Cereal Out Of A Can In This Episode Of Chris, Why Would You Eat That?!!


The worst part about this cereal in a can? It's actually the fact that it came out of a can, other than that it's not too bad.

If you want to check out all our videos, as they come out, make sure to follow us on YouTube.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as we often post previews of our videos there.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Things That You Should Buy - Glitchy Gummy Bears


This is one of my favourite designs in our store, I love how it's retro and modern at the same time.

You can check out all our t-shirt designs in our Zazzle store.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to check out any future designs we might have coming.

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Monday, July 13, 2020

It's Time To Think About Nougat - Vital Belgian Top Nougat

Nougat has always been a bit of an enigma to me. It's an ingredient found in many of my favourite treats, yet on its own I have trouble appreciating it. It's a really unique ingredient in the candy world, and I think it might become an obsession. Much like licorice and spicy foods, I want to develop an appreciation for nougat. The only way to do that is to sample as many nougats as I can. It might even call for me to try and make a few myself. To be honest, I don't even know all of the ingredients that go into a nougat.

Click here to read the review that made me think about nougat.

You can also follow candycritic.org on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep up with my quest to love nougat.

Also, be sure to download (for free) our very first micro comic, Snack Facts issue 0.

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Friday, July 10, 2020

Candy in the Media - BonBon Land and the Dog Fart Rollercoaster


At first you might not think that this video has anything to do with candy, then strangely, it has everything to do with candy.

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Monday, July 06, 2020

So Canada... Eh? - Cookies & Cream Slab

Normally when I post this Monday blog, I write about the new review we've just posted on candycritic.org. Today however I have something else to talk about. As you may or may not have known, I had been living for the last 3 years in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It was a great place to be, and a really interesting place to get snacks. This past weekend however I left this fine city to head back to my home and native land, Canada. More specifically I'm now living in Ottawa. Well you could call it living, except for the fact that I'm still under quarantine and locked up in a small apartment until the government is fairly certain I don't have Covid 19. 

I'm fine being locked up, it's giving me time to work on Snack Facts, and maybe work on a few blog posts as well. It's also giving me time to comb through the Canadian grocery store websites to plan out some of the treats that I'll sample now that I'm living in Canada again. I have to say, I'm pretty excited about some of the treats.


Also be sure to follow me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter to keep up with the quarantine and what's happening here in Canada.

You can also follow Candy Critic on Patreon where we just updated several of the tiers.

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Monday, June 29, 2020

I Thought A Lot About Today's Review - Life Savers "Black Currant Pastilles"

The reason I gave today's new candy review so much thought is that I will likely not be posting another review this week. For those that don't follow Candy Critic on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you may not know that I post a second review every week on Thursdays. I do this as a bonus for those following on our social media, and to help keep my review backlog under control. This week however I will not be posting a review, and I can't really tell you why at this given moment.

When this week is over, I'm guessing you'll have a pretty good idea why I can't talk about it, but for now I've decided to leave the reason a little quiet. Needless to say that since I'm not posting a review later this week, I wanted to make sure that today's new candy review is a good one. I wanted to be sure that it was not only a good candy, but that it was a little interesting as well.

I think I achieved that.

Click here to check out this interesting candy review.

Make sure to follow Candy Critic on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to not only be informed about future secret review postings, but you also might find out what's going on this week.

You can  also follow Candy Critic on Patreon and you'll be able to download our new Micro Comic called Snack Facts.

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Friday, June 26, 2020

Candy In The Media - End Of Days Popcorn Maker


If you've found that you've survived the apocalypses, and you're craving a handful of popcorn.

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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

It's About Time That We Posted Another Episode Of Junk Food and You


In this episode I answer the most common question I get as the Candy Critic, what's your favourite candy. I also talk about the greatest chocolate experience I've ever had, it might even be the greatest candy experience too.

Make sure to follow us on YouTube and Sound Cloud to keep up with all our podcasts.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for previews of our podcasts and other fun stuff.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Amazing Candy./Junk Food Things That You Should Buy - New T-Shirt From Snack Facts


I just wanted to show off this brand new t-shirt from our upcoming micro comic Snack Facts. I think we'll probably have a few designs coming out over the next little while, so this is only the first.

Make sure to check out our Patreon page for t-shirt previews and deals, as well as previews of Snack Facts the micro comic.

Also be sure to check out Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to keep up with the making of Snack Facts.

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Monday, June 22, 2020

Thinking About Wafers... And Other Things - Kagi "Classic"

Today's new review got me thinking about wafers. To most people wafers are just another form of flour and sugar that's often associated with cookies. To me, wafers present a conundrum in the candy world, a riddle that is sometimes solved, and often failed. Whenever I buy a wafer based candy bar, I feel like I'm taking a risk, and also about to think very deeply about what I'm about to eat.

Strangely, this overthinking of a wafer bar has also made me think about my future, both immediate and long term. As is regular here at candycritic.org, there are changes on the horizon. Some of these changes are in my control, others are not. I have no plans on stopping Candy Critic, but as is common, there are some changes coming.

Click here to find out what makes me think about wafers.

You can also follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to find out about the changes we're going through.

If you want to help support our changes, why not check out our Patreon page.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

I Sampled A Lot Of Japanese Cookies For This New Video


I'm not sure what inspired me to eat all of these Japanese cookies at once, it just seemed like the best way to try and sort out this bag of random cookies (and some jellies too). You can pretty draw your own conclusion at the end.

If you want to check out more videos and podcasts, make sure to follow us on YouTube.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to find out what we're doing right now.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Thing That You Should Buy - Car Waffle Maker

I can honestly say that I believe that this is the greatest waffle maker ever created. It's easily the best way to play with your breakfast food.

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Monday, June 15, 2020

Playing With Your Candy - Creatables

There are a certain group of candies out there that are designed to be played with. Some pull if off really well, like the Japanese Kracie kits, while others just don't really work, like these Creatables. Reviewing these made me think that I should pull together a list of best and worst candies you should play with. The list would rate the candies by nothing more than where they fun to play with, I would ignore taste and texture entirely. So while this candy didn't review very well, it at least inspired a fun idea.


You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to see us compile this list.

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Tuesday, June 09, 2020

Amazing Candy/Junk Food Thing That You Should Buy - Crazy Candy Wooden Jigsaw Puzzle

What better way to pass the time then making this really cool candy jigsaw puzzle. Some of the candies on this puzzle are true classics from my childhood too.

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Monday, June 08, 2020

Chocolate Makes Me Think Of Home - Toffee & Nib "70% Cacao"

This week I've been thinking about Canada, the place where I was born and lived most of my life. This weekend I also pulled out my list of "classic candies I have not reviewed" and it made me think. First of all it reminded me that I haven't updated this blog with a new post about "Classic Candies I Haven't Reviewed And Why" lately. It also reminded me that I'm likely going to be going home fairly soon, and while its a little different than the home I left, I'm hoping that some of my creature comforts are still there, and I'm really looking forward to eating and Oh Henry bar, or a Vachon cake.

Click here to read the review that reminded me of home.

Also be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to keep up with our upcoming Snack Facts project.

You can also get a ground floor introduction to Snack Facts by following us on Patreon.

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Friday, June 05, 2020

Monday, June 01, 2020

Japanese Candy All Week - Charge Pop "Lemon"

We're kicking off this week's candy review-a-thon with something a little sour, a little sweet, and strangely a little salty. The theme for this week's review-a-thon is Japanese treats, a subject we've done a few review-a-thons about in the past. I have to say that Japan is one of the countries that seems to have a limitless supply of candies to write about, so it's pretty likely that this won't be our last Japanese candy review-a-thon either.

Check out the first entry in our review-a-thon here.

Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up with all the entries in our review-a-thon this week.

You can also check out our Patreon page since we're previewing a new fun project we're just finishing up.

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Friday, May 29, 2020

Candy in the Media - A Funny Commercial is Good


The folks at Eater have pointed out (check it out here) how nice it is to see that new advertising might not just focus on how we're all miserable.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

We've Got Our Second Down Under Episode of Junk Fud On The Road


In the latest episode of Junk Fud on the Road, Chris and Allison talk about their second adventure in Australia. This time they stayed in South Western Australia, and managed to find some amazing food in this remote part of the country.

You can follow all the episodes of Junk Fud on the Road by following us on YouTube or Sound Cloud.

You can also follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook to keep up with all our day to day shenanigans.

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Monday, May 25, 2020

A Sour Review That's A Little More Mango... Kind Of - Hi Sour "Super Sour Mango"

I don't think I understand sour candies. That's not to say that I don't like sour candies. In fact, sour is probably one of my favourite extreme candy flavours out there. I'd rather have a super sour candy than a spicy candy any day of  the week. I just don't understand why I, or anyone else, likes them. The thing is, we do, and that's just the way it is. Sour candies have been a staple of my candy eating life ever since I was a kid. I've had some very intense sour experiences, and I've had a few failures too. The thing is, if you offer me a super sour candy, I'm going to take it.

Click here to find out how the Hi Sour "Super Sour Mango" held up.

You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter because we post more than just one review a week, and we post about them there.

Finally, be sure to check out our Patreon page too, because it's the right thing to do.

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Friday, May 22, 2020

Candy In The Media - A Unique Way To Microwave Chocolate


I know this is a video demonstrating what would happen if you took the door off your microwave, but I appreciate that they use chocolate to test their theory.

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