Eighteen years of Treehouse talk
Having grown up on the Canadian border in Buffalo, NY many of these look familiar to me, too! In particular, I was partial to the Aero and Caramilk bars, and I had many friends who preferred Smarties. Thanks for this flashback!
Dawn, grew up watching Buffalo TV stations...Rocketship 7 and all the rest.Did you get some Canadian snacks in Kingsville??
How fun! I had a particular love for Captain Kangaroo:). No - I neglected to indulge in purely Canadian snacks while in Kingsville! Yet another reason I must return next year, right? In particular, I would like one of the creme sodas that are wonderfully bubbly and red.
Oh right--I forgot that cream soda is different in the U.S.http://www.cbc.ca/life/food/7-canadian-snacks-you-can-t-get-in-the-u-s-and-the-backstory-on-why-1.4102299
Yes it is different, to my dismay!!And thanks for posting that link. I think my life is all the poorer for never having experienced a Nanaimo!!!!
I have never made Nanaimo bars--they seem like too much fuss. But I have eaten them, at church parties and other places where people bring "squares."
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