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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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.

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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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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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Friday, September 04, 2020