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Food and drink that became popular the year you were born.
I grew up in Atlanta and I only drink Coke. Only.
“Coke no Pepsi”
And I really can tell the difference. And no Diet Coke. And recently I can get “Mexican Coke” with sugar not HFCS. Such a Southern Belle princess I am
I know Mexican coke is supposed to be better, because it’s made with sugarcane. I do drink it. But I just love my Coke Classic.
My fave comfort food is Campbell’s chicken noodle soup made with milk. I carry a can all over the world just in case.
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fave comfort food is Campbell’s chicken noodle soup
[/quote] The only thing I want when I’m sick. That with Saltine crackers. Never had it with milk. Will try it.
We have a few things in common, don’t we? This is what Mother gave me as a child. We go to Rio every year and they have three to four Campbell’s soups but not CNS (as I call it) and they’re about $5 each. And I don’t put in as much liquid as called for. More like ‘CNS chowder.’ LOL.
Hong Kong stores have tinned Campbell’s: Oxtail soup and Borscht, amongst other items we can’t get in the USA. I believe they are canned in Australia or thereabouts…
LOL… I don’t put as much Liquid in my Campbell’s either. I am definitely going to try the milk.
If you ever have any half and half or heavy cream hanging out in your fridge…well, let’s just say “gilding the lily.”
We usually have half & half in the fridge more than we do milk.
Be still my heart lol
Yep… The boys are pretty much out on their own. Milk goes bad now. My husband likes a skosh of half & half for coffee, and me, I like using it for cooking more than milk.
This is hilarious! My birth year coincides with the modern vegetarian movement. I was a strict vegetarian for 16 years. I then became a carnivore and am now a pescatarian. I would still be a vegetarian if it weren’t for my autoimmune illnesses that leave me prone to anemia.
Whew. That’s a mouthful…and I mean that humorously although it certainly isnt for you living it.
Yeah, illness isn’t fun, but life’s pretty good otherwise.
I do try my best to follow a vegan diet on weekdays - for health and ethical reasons, @TheCookie. The weekends are my cheat days - bring on the cheese, fish, and sugar.
Gosh, when I was a teenage vegetarian I lived off of cheese and carbs. It wasn’t until I was a carnivore that I truly appreciated vegetables.