There’s a local chain in St. Louis called Lion’s Choice that has the best fast food roast beef sandwiches that I’ve ever had. Now that I’ve left the area, I miss it.
Same with St. Louis-style pizza. Hate it all you want, but I always have to get some Imo’s (another local St. Louis chain) when I visit.
I haven’t met a regional pizza I don’t like yet. The provel takes a minute to get used to, but I dig it.
I am married to a pizza snob from CT, so when we met, I felt like I had to start defending St. Louis-style pizza, even though I prefer other types of pizza.
New Haven style is pretty boss. It might be my favorite, but Detroit is way up there, too.
Pepe’s has started franchising, and they opened a location in the mall near my husband’s work. Some Fridays, he’ll stop by Pepe’s on the way home and pick up some pizza. So good!
Oh, I do. I really do. I found out the hard way.
I’ve heard that these are the same product under a different brand name, now sold by Utz. But I can’t speak personally as to the truth of that assertion.
Me, I was always fond of these:
I have eaten the TGIF ones, and they’re not bad.
I also have memories of loving Pillsbury chocolate food sticks when I was a small child. Would adult me think these are awful? Yeah, probably, but I’d like to try them again just to see.
Am I the only one who thinks of techno music every time I hear that name?
Utz. Utz. Utz. Utz. Utz. Utz. Utz. Utz.
THEY WERE THE BEST as was their jingle:
O’Boisies are O’BOISTEROUS!
I loved me some “Chachos”
If we’re on this Keebler kick…
… my world collapsed when they stopped making Tato Skins, as @MichaelRobertson pointed to upwards in this thread.
AND DON’T GET ME STARTED ON PIZZARIAS
They were PERFECTION. Too good for this sinful world.
Just like Crunch Tators, chips so crunchy that they posed a risk of fracturing jaws from the sheer crunchiness.
I hate it when I forget things I love.
I loathe it when I remembers things I love that aren’t here anymore.
[runs out and looks up at the night sky]
Part of me has to ask what kind of wonderful chemicals were involved to make all these things so TASTY!
“Elfin magic” is a very ambiguous turn of phrase.
There used to be a kind of Peanut Butter Twix that had a dark chocolate cookie layer and they were so good.
I haven’t seen those in years and I miss them!