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coachark

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Posted: 08/20/12 10:55pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

In a little grocery store in West Yellowstone I purchased a candy bar called Big Cherry. It was in a pink wrapper and it had a whole cherry in the center surrounded by a pink cream center and then covered with chocolate and peanuts. I'm now obsessing about it since I've been unable to find it again...not when passing through Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon or Washington. Do any of you know of this candy and what chain stores carry it? I found it online but really don't wish to buy a box of 24 as I would OD on themThis isn't a cherry mash bar or a cherry mountain bar...just sooooo good. I live in Washington, so any info is appreciated.

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Hi,
I know exactly what you are talking about. I use to get those when I was younger in California. If you go to the Food Network Channel online under the show called Unwrapped they have all these great shows about all the great old candy bars and who makes them. There was a company you could order all the old classic candy from and they might have the info for you. Good luck! Let me know what you find out!


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Posted: 08/20/12 11:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

clicky here

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Hahahaaha...yep, Budster, that's the first thing I did....Google. But, I'm trying to find if there are stores that carry them to avoid having to order boxes. If my search fails, then I will resort to on-line ordering. These things are so yummy, I can't believe they aren't everywhere...cruel, cruel world.

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Posted: 08/21/12 01:49am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ah, the memories. When I was a little kid, when we went on our annual 2 week vacation, I was allowed to have a bag of "Tom's Peanut Butter Logs". It had to last for the entire trip. They sell them on that site. I'm torn. 12 bucks for a two pound bag, and I know they won't taste as good as they did when I was a kid. They'd probably stick to my dentures anyway.


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Package looks different so maybe not the same, but when growing up, they were called BING cherry bars. DH loves "Bings" and someone gave him 6 for his birthday one year. (He didn't share)

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Yeeeeah, were they ever good, up here we had them also, from Cadbury's I think not sure of that. They were called Cherry Blossoms. Late 40's early 50's. I think they are still around.

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Posted: 08/21/12 11:02am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

They're more often found in liquor store, 7-11 type stores than the grocery stores.

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Just last week I bought one in a Haggen's grocery in Tualatin, OR. I believe Haggen's are in WA also.

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No Haggen's in Washington that I know of. I just may have to order a box of 24 on-line and then ration out one per week...ummm...who am I kidding

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