Food From Your Youth

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  1. allblackcitizen

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    Think it was kayli. I used to love that stuff. With one of those really hard liquorice sticks. Pure teeth rotting sugar. Also cream soda, a pink powdery stuff that you dipped into likewise.
     
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  2. Millwallawayveteran1988

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    Black Forest Gateau
    Chip pan chips (every night)
    Cheese sandwich dipped in egg then fried in oil.
    Liver and onions
     
  3. George Hannah

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  4. manimanc

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    Rice pudding and jam at school that you mixed up to a lovely pink colour.
     
  5. Passittogordon

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    Cheese and Milk, had to be Cheddar Cheese and Sterra Milk, fuck Lancashire cheese and semi..
     
  6. allblackcitizen

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    The great sherbet dip or fountain! But cream soda came in big jars like kola cubes and you got a quarter or 2oz in a paper bag, with a liquorice stick.
     
  7. Passittogordon

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    Uncle Joes Mint Balls
     
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  8. Stoned Rose

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    Oyster Delight from the ice cream van.
     
  9. bellbuzzer

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    in the late fifties early sixties a big favourite chez nous was a product by a firm called Mapletons, "Savourmix". mix the powder with water, form into a patty coat with the supplied breadcrumbs and lightly fry. Unique flavour . Given up now, but i've spent years trying to discover what the ingredients were, i know the firm stopped trading years ago, and it was a bit of a niche product, no luck, even when it got mentions in the readers letters in the guardian , plenty remembered it but that was all.....
     
  10. blue b4 the moon

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    If we're in sweets, Bazooka Joe's pink round chewy with a shit cartoon strip.
     
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