Friday, April 16, 2021

Oh Yeah Indeed

If you love watching giant pitchers of brightly coloured fruity liquid smash through walls, then strap it.

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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Still Eating Easter Treats, Why Not Learn A Little Something About Them?

In this latest issue of Snack Facts we see Sir Francis Sweetums and his lovely assistant Barbara learning all about the history of the chocolate bunny. Bunnies have been associated with Easter for a long time, but the chocolate bunny came a bit later. When the chocolate bunny did arrive, it arrived in a big way.

Make sure to order the latest issue of Snack Facts and learn all about this chocolate treat.


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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Cotton Candy

Check out my awesome Cotton Candy t-shirt. It not only makes you look great, but it teaches you a little something about a classic treat (check the back of the shirt).

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Monday, April 12, 2021

A New Candy Review From Europe

I've been lucky enough to travel to many places, and eat candy from just about every corner of the world. One of the interesting things about the world is the way that candy flavours and trends seem to stick together, geographically. It seems like borders don't mean as much as general regions. For example, this box of chocolates that was purchased in Finland, has a very central/northern European feel to it. A marshmallow from Asia is very different than a North American marshmallow. Caramel from South America is also very unique, but similar within South America. It's obviously the fact that food traditions spread across areas and ignore the borders. They do however stop at random places and suddenly there's something completely different. It's hard to explain, but if you taste the same chocolate bar made in different parts of the world, you just might start to understand it.


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Friday, April 09, 2021

I Can't Forget Finland

Over the last little while I've been collecting classic candy commercials and sharing them with you guys. Then a friend from Finland sent me a link to a classic candy commercial from Finland, and I was blown away. Of coarse there's commercials from all over the world celebrating candy, and now I want to see them all. If you know a great candy commercial, no mater where you are, drop me a note on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or just leave a comment here).

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Thursday, April 08, 2021

Are you Eating A Chocolate Bunny? Ever Wonder Where It Came From?


In this latest issue of Snack Facts we see Sir Francis Sweetums and his lovely assistant Barbara learning all about the history of the chocolate bunny. Bunnies have been associated with Easter for a long time, but the chocolate bunny came a bit later. When the chocolate bunny did arrive, it arrived in a big way.

Make sure to order the latest issue of Snack Facts and learn all about this chocolate treat.


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Tuesday, April 06, 2021

We're A Little Delayed This Week

Normally I would post all about our new review on Mondays, but this week I'm posting on Tuesday. Obviously the reason is because Easter was on Monday. I figured it was best to leave the Easter review up for an extra day and keep the theme alive. 

With Covid being a thing, our household started a new Easter tradition that frankly I hope stays around for a while. Rather than going to visit family, or go out enjoying any kind of spring weather, we decided that the best thing to do during this 4 day long weekend is binge watch our DVD collection. We did this while also eating a lot of snacks. The idea was to dig up those DVDs that you never figured we'd actually get around to watching, and crossing them off our list. This meant that we finally finished 24, we finished Bewitched, and while we didn't finish, we got through many episodes of Tabitha, Soap, and the Marry Tyler Moore show. We actually really enjoyed all but one of these shows.

Click here to read the slightly late, but still interesting new candy review.

If you want to find out which show we didn't like, maybe we'll tell you on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

We might also spill the beans on our Patreon page.

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