adventure food

Again, I’m using hotel wifi before we take off in the morning. This morning we’re getting a slightly later start. I think Kansas is siphoning time away from us. More on that in another post.

One of the things I started doing on this trip was to scan candy racks for unfamiliar things. We’re stopping in gas station convenience stores every few hours; it’s an opportunity to find local/regional candy. There really hasn’t been much to find. Much like Starbucks and coffee, I think the Mars corp owns nearly all the chocolate in America.

Here are two candies that are new to me: Look! and Idaho Spud.

Look! is made by the Annabelle candy company based out of California somewhere. We’ve picked up a few candies of theirs; this is just one that got photographed first. This particular candy bar reminded me of a softer Peanut Chew.

The Idaho Spud says very little about it on the wrapper. I had to look at the ingredient list to see it’s a chocolate candy. Once I eat it, I’ll follow up with a comment on this post.

After a week of eating junk food, my clothes still fit as they should. But man, I am starting to crave a really good salad. I’m not really a fan of cold lettuce based salads, but right this second, I’d love the avocado salad at Mi Puebla in Mt Airy.


1 Response to “adventure food”

  1. 1 Lovell Harmon
    28 April 2011 at 1:48 pm

    Dear Joanna….you are my HERO!!!!

    – Lovell

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