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Food Timeline Marshmallow Sandwich cookies Nabisco Remember a cookie composed of soft marshmallow gently pressed between two soft vanilla wafers? They were packaged in twin blue cellophane-wrapped boxes.
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Marshmallow sandwich cookies package Some people say these cookies had a thin layer of jelly or something that tasted like marzipan; others insist they were plain. Some folks tell us the cookie was called Mallows or Mellows. We have no doubt there were several cookies approximating the Marshmallow Sandwich.
Montreal Canada Whippets still make two varieties: Food memories are the foundation of personal experience. We fondly remember foods we love and the people we shared them with.
We have no doubt the exact cookie you remember existed. From early industry to present day, commericial cookie competition has been fierce. I seem to remember the package vividly, but not the name on the package. Any help with that name would be greatly appreciated.
We used to put a bunch of those marshmallow sandwich cookies on a cookie sheet and put it in the oven for a few minutes. This was back about or soin NJ They were way better like this.
We even wrote a letter to the Nabisco Co. I think they wrote back Oh yes, I do remember them well And how my brother and I would fight over them I mentioned to a colleage in MA and he said he never heard of them-that they must have been a NY thing!
I was born in and remember the marshmallow sandwiches - I also was a fan of chocolate snaps. I remember these and have been searching for the name of them for years! I am 38 and vividly remember buying these in Acme when I was 5, so they were around in I can picture the box perfectly.
A few years back there was a cookie that was so close to this made by Richard Simmons, his line of cookies were called Slimmons, and boy did they bring back memories!! Thanks for the walk down memory lane, and I now know I am NOT crazy and others remember my favorite cookie!!
I think the name of the marshmallow cookie was called "Mellow Wafer. This is driving me crazy. I ate them in the 50s and 60s, and my daughter says she had them in or This was on Long Island. In fact, she recently asked me to try to find some for her, which is how I found your posting.
My co-workers and I were reminising about the marshmallow cookies. They were made by Nabisco. I came upon your website and now I know that they were called I was researching whatever happened to these cookies for my dad and stumbled into your "Cookie History" site.
My dad was born and grew up in Brooklyn. His parents lived in the same brownstone row house for several decades. I know we were receiving those cookies through which contradicts the statement that Nabisco discontinued their manufacture in I remember the Nabisco cookies were packaged in a long, rectangular box containing two rows of cookies.
They were wrapped in something like an amber colored wax paper. Could it have been "Mallows"?Boomers remember their childhood entertainment on radio and television. Send us your memories. Here are some memory joggers: Andy’s Gang, Captain Kangaroo, Soupy Sales, The 20th Century, Bob and Ray, The Shadow, baseball, Ed Sullivan, commercials, jingles.
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I took them with a blue paper backing when I was trying to come up with my parody of the legendary HMV logo, having a kitty look into a Grammy, for my proposed Catalyst Records, as mentioned on the Artwork Page.
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when tricia’s aunts, uncles, and cousins arrive at her house for an annual family reunion. Childhood is the most innocent phase of man's life. With the passage of time, it fades into adolescence and adulthood. Yet the sweet memories of childhood linger on.
My childhood recollections are those of a sheltered and carefree life, nurtured with love and concern. As I was the first child in the family, everybody doted on me.
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