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    Almond Joy
    Butterfingers
    Snickers w/almonds
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    Bit of Honey

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    Quote Originally Posted by juneayerza View Post
    Bit of Honey
    Heath Bar
    See's Chocolate Covered Walnuts
    Chocolate Fudge
    Various See's Chocolates

    See's Chocolates are found only on the West Coast and are wonderful candies
    See's are my favorites and they actually have stores elsewhere now - not sure what other states but we have one in No TX at Stone Briar Mall and it is a real one where they have pre-wrapped and you can also get you box specially put together just as you like.

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    Jelly Bellies, Good N Plenty, Milk Duds, Skittles, dark chocolate of any kind

    When we go through Missouri or KS I like to get a Cherry Mash. I like Stuckey's pecan logs too, but haven't seen any for a long time.
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    Any thing with chocolate and Carmel love chocolate covered strawberry and cherries

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    Almond Joy
    Butterfingers
    Snickers w/almonds
    Black licorice
    Big Hunk
    Chicken Bones.
    To just name a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notmorecraft View Post
    I'm in the UK but I luurv butterfingers, peanut butter pieces, peanut butter cups (can you see a theme here) and twister red liquorice.
    If I was in the UK I'd get myself to a sweets shop and get some CINDER TOFFEE! Amazing stuff. Haven't seen it in the US since I was a young kid.
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    Sewbizgirl, not sure what cinder toffee is, different parts of UK have different names for things, if it's puff candy a kind of puffed up sugary consistency and a rich yellow colour, I can post recipe for you ��

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    Almond Joy, anything White or Milk Chocolate, Butterfingers, Toffee or with white or milk chocolate, Heath Bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notmorecraft View Post
    Sewbizgirl, not sure what cinder toffee is, different parts of UK have different names for things, if it's puff candy a kind of puffed up sugary consistency and a rich yellow colour, I can post recipe for you ��
    May I ask for a copy? What you describe sounds like "Burnt Sugars" that Nana had once...
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    Quote Originally Posted by crafty pat View Post
    I have eaten chocolate from all over the world and have found none as good as good old American Hershey bars. That is my first choice followed by Peppermint Patty's, Milky Way. 5th Avenue and Mounds.

    I AGREE! I am dissappointed when trying a premium chocolate only to be disappointed. Dove chocolate comes second for me. Gimme a Hershey Almond bar any day!

    Your list comes close to mine.

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    Bit o Honey, Black/Red Licorice, PB cups

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    Never ever eat while quilting and sure don't want to start, but if I did, I would choose:

    1. Red licorice
    2. Jelly slices: orange, cherry, lime, lemon
    3. almond joy
    4. Payday
    5. Peanut butter anything

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    Hershey crunch bars
    M&M's
    Mars bars
    anything milk chocolate

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    Almond Joy
    Snickers with almonds
    Kit Kat
    Pay Day
    Million Dollar Bar ( haven't seen these in awhile)

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    Not Tootsie Rolls! I had a teacher friend who stored candy in her closet at school. The roaches and the ants would eat every candy in the closet except the Tootsie Rolls. I think there is a message there. If an roach or an ant won't eat Tootsie Rolls, then I probably shouldn't eat it either!
    Good thing I wasn't very fond of them any way. Peanut butter cups, peanut M&Ms, Snickers, Rolos, chocolate. Chocolate is a major food group, right?

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    My favorite over the counter candy is Milky Way Midnight. It's hard to find in my town which is a good thing or I'd eat too many.

    I make fudge when the sweet bug hits DH.
    Grands are too young for candy so I haven't bought any to keep in the house for over two years.
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    I would love to see the recipe.!!! Thanks for asking. Will wait for an answer.
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    Anything with no sodium - jelly beans, dark chocolate, gummy worms, Werther's Caramel, Black or red licorice = works for me. Edie
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    I am fond of most candies -
    However, licorice and/or licorice flavored things are pretty safe from me - and so are Reese's Peanut Butter cups.

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    I don't eat anything while quilting, cause I tend to be messy. But I do like any kind of sweets.
    1. Werther's Original
    2. Mike and Ike's
    3. Hershey's (anything)
    4. Snicker's with Almonds
    5. Riesen's
    6. Twizzlers
    7. Orange Slices
    8. M & M's
    9. Salted Nut Roll
    10. Heath Bar
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    1. Pearson's Nut Goodie
    2. Tootsie Rolls
    3. Baby Ruth
    4. Butterfinger
    5. Lemon drops

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    Butterfinger
    Peanut Butter Cups
    Stickers
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    Oops...that would be Snickers! Auto spell is a wonderful thing MOST of the time.

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    Chocolate covered raisins, Dove Milk Chocolate, regular M&M's, Snicker's, Hershey Chocolate !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda View Post
    rogue Bit o honey is a nutty taffy that is just wonderful! It's an old fashioned candy but you can still get it in some places.
    thanks for the info rhonda, i'll have to watch for it in our summer wanderings. grew up on socal coast. boardwalks and salt water taffy places. i love taffy. so, i'll put bit o honey down at bottom in the "best to last" w my necchos!
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