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Cadbury Dairy Milk…Ahhh the creamy best! The real deal comes from England and you can buy it at places like World Market. The stuff from the USA just isn’t the same. Check the back of the bar for where it was made. You won’t be disappointed.

Wow, I love these! I’m eating a few right now as I type this….They satisfy a chocolate craving and are refreshing all at once. By now everyone has eaten a box, so lets get into a little Junior Mint trivia shall we? All this information was gathered from the Tootsie Roll web site.

They were introduced in 1949, and named after a Broadway play called “Junior Miss”. Tootsie Roll Industries (doesn’t sound so sweet and kind when you end it with “Industries”) has made Junior Mints since 1993. They’re gluten-free, and are now vegetarian since the gelatin has been removed. They are OU-D Kosher as well. Look, they are practically health food!

15 million are made each day in Cambridge, MA (home of the Car Talk guys and my family).

These are classics, pure winners which need no improvement!

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  1. If you’re taking nominations for your Candy Hall of Fame, I would like to submit Sno-Caps. Can’t watch a movie in the theater without them, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to do so. Thanks so much for visiting my blog today, and for liking my cupcake recipe enough to say so! Best wishes, Marci

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  2. ah, we grow up on Dairy Milk over here. I’ve tasted it in many other countries but you’re right, it’s got to made in Birmingham,UK to be the real deal! Hot countries apparently add some kind of wax to prevent melting {not sure if this is actually true but hey, they don’t taste the same.}

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  3. I’ve recently switched my food blog over to be self-hosted which I hope will make it more user-friendly in the future. As a result, if you were following Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen via email, WordPress, or using RSS feeds through Google Reader or some other way, you are no longer subscribed. If you wish to continue receiving future posts from my blog you will need to re-subscribe. Sorry for the inconvenience, Teresa.

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  4. Thank you for the Cadbury tip. I can’t get enough good chocolate which seems to be a lost thing nowadays.

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