Other than candy canes, those flavorless, shaped-like-various-toys, hard candy suckers and related ribbon candy are Christmas candy.
I was slinging soup and sandwiches at this nice little cafe about a decade ago. We had this server, Tyson who was great at his job and a +1 to morale for everybody working. Every once in a while so we’d get a ticket back for “future food”. This meant Tyson didn’t know what he wanted for lunch, except he wanted it to… Read more
Isn’t this just a cornish pastie?
Candy canes and peppermint bark. The former because I only ever think about them at Christmas, the latter because I get a box of it from Husband every year.
What about candy ribbons?!
There’s a RuPaul version too!
The only dried fruit I can really stand are raisins, but I don’t buy them more than one of those big boxes every couple of years, when I suddenly want them. I got a dried fruit assortment and hated every single thing in it, but suddenly, my Cushing’s Diseased (treated very successfully at that point)old dog decided he… Read more
bonafide good content
Peanut Brittle. Sure, you can get it anytime of year, but that seems to be the only time I ever have it.
Reeses trees, what's even happening here...
I hate it but I love it.
This may be so, but don’t do what I once did and eat an entire bag of dried apricots.