Wednesday, March 15, 2006

St. Patrick's Day Candy O' Junk Food

If you're like me you think of all things Irish and especially what their candy and junk food must be like:

1. O' Mallo Cup

2. Reeses Corned Beef Cup.

3. Baby O'Reilly bar

4. Pop shamRocks

5. Bit O' O'Honey

6. Potato Joy bar

7. Nothing for #7

8. Peppermint Paddy

9. ButterFamine bar

8 comments:

anonynmous said...

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Jumping the shark applies not only to TV, but also BLOGS, music, film, even everyday life. "Did you see her boyfriend? She definitely jumped the shark." You get the idea.

cake said...

I just love the Reeses Corned Beef Cup...makes my mouth water!

There's also:

Cotton Clover Candy
Leprechaun Licorice
O'Malley's O'Henry
Rocky Road to Dublin bar
Guinness Creme Eggs

cake said...
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Sparkle Plenty said...

I find that the following make for hearty, rib-stickin' snackin'. Heavy Helen gave me these recipes--handed down from her mother, Stout Sinead.

Shepherd's Whoopie Pie
Tater Taffy
California Cabbage Dip

The cow one jumped the shark, not this one.

Sparkle Plenty said...

3 Bangers and Mashketeers Bar
Mr. Goodpub (a crunchy potato base layered with a thin layer of guiness enrobed in rich dark chocolate)
Sausage Shake

And, as a bonus, my top three favorite names of 1920s candy bars: Fat Emmas, Chicken Dinner, and Big Dearos.

cake said...

I'll take one 3 Bangers and Mashketeers Bar with delish tater taffy for dessert and a big mug of guinness to wash it all down, please.

Sláinte!

Sparkle Plenty said...

For St. Patrick's day, DJ K-Ache's "cake" of choice is, of course, Irish Spring.

cake said...

::rimshot::