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Old 03-18-2013, 10:19 AM
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Still available up here at Wegmans.
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When my mom used to have her auxiliary members over for a meeting, brown bread with raisins and cream cheese along with finger sandwiches would be a staple item.
I bought some at Publix and when our neighborhood group had an evening event, it was served with cream cheese (just like mom) and was the hit of the evening. Something so simple can really bring back good memories. And I thank you for doing so.
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All this talk about brown bread is making me hungry!
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Yes, we used to keep the canned brown bread on our sailboat.
Also, bet you didn't know, there was a Danish bacon that came in a can. I think it was Crosse and Blackwell. Mighty good breakfast on a chilly morning on the water.
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Old 03-18-2013, 02:50 PM
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I have a can of B&M brown bread w/raisins in the pantry that I got at Publix - yummy. They also have the smaller glass jars of B&M baked beans.
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I think you can buy it on Vermontcountrystore.com

Me too, we loved it with cream cheese on it on a Sunday evening as a light snack after having our big afternoon dinner.

Yes, we can get it at the Vermont Country Store via their website or at amazon.com
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When my mom used to have her auxiliary members over for a meeting, brown bread with raisins and cream cheese along with finger sandwiches would be a staple item.
I bought some at Publix and when our neighborhood group had an evening event, it was served with cream cheese (just like mom) and was the hit of the evening. Something so simple can really bring back good memories. And I thank you for doing so.
I think it was a popular offering in the 1950's and 1960's as you mention above............everything old is new again. Enjoy.
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Yes, we used to keep the canned brown bread on our sailboat.
Also, bet you didn't know, there was a Danish bacon that came in a can. I think it was Crosse and Blackwell. Mighty good breakfast on a chilly morning on the water.
Sounds great.
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:57 PM
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Another one is Nutella. It was always the dusty jar on the top shelves because nobody bought it, now with a great marketing effort the stuff is everywhere.
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Another one is Nutella. It was always the dusty jar on the top shelves because nobody bought it, now with a great marketing effort the stuff is everywhere.

The grandchilden actually love that stuff.................
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