cow tale square
cow tale square

There are certain candies that are both obscure, and loved by a loyal fanbase. When referred to by name, it may get a mixed responses ranging from, “Huh?” to “Gimme!”; but once they get an eye on the familiar packaging, it’s clearly an old favorite. One such candy is Goetze’s Cow Tale, a chewy caramel rope that lassos in the fans after the first bite. One look at the friendly orange and white wrapper and you’re transported back to the first time you had a chomp on that Tale! Read More

pipes
pipes

At times, candy can seem like an art form. Swirling colors, patterns, and textures combine to create little nuggets of sugary joy. At its best, candy is impossible to resist – igniting a craving in even the sourest souls. At its worst, candy is still pretty darn good. When you start with something as universally adored as sugar, it’s hard to make the end result anything less than delightful. Read More

jiffy_pop
jiffy_pop

On hot days like these, a great escape from the weather is a thrilling trip to the movies. Kicking back in the air conditioning and getting lost in a film is one of life’s simple pleasures. Going to see a movie is also an excellent excuse to mindlessly munch on your favorite snacks! Read More

Capture
Capture

Gummy candies are some of the most loved creatures of the candy world. There’s a full spectrum of living things represented in the ooey gooey gummy-sphere: worms, fish, fruits, frogs, sharks, and the ever popular godfather of them all – the gummy bear. The chewy bear seems to have been around forever, but how did the first cub get gummied? Read More

square kazoo
square kazoo

Love it or hate it, the kazoo is here to stay. The wholesome little kazoo buzzed its first tune to the free world at the Georgia State Fair of 1852, but legend says it was invented by a man named Alabama Vest of Macon, Georgia sometime in the 1840s. After its debut at the Georgia Fair, the kazoo kicked around for a bit before getting mass marketed in 1912, and the rest is history! Read More

Capture
Capture

It’s getting hot enough here in the states for everyone to start wishing they had their own private island. If you close your eyes tight enough, the sound of passing cars might transform into waves lapping at the sand. What’s that? A police siren? No! That’s a tropical bird, calling to its flock. Don’t you feel the ocean breeze? Warm and wet like..oh, that’s just your dog. Read More