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Maarten Prinsen - Issue #18

Growing up in the Netherlands was great. The weather over here isn't always that great, but at least

Maarten Prinsen

September 19 · Issue #18 · View online
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Growing up in the Netherlands was great. The weather over here isn’t always that great, but at least that gave us a legitimate reason to play video games and watch cartoons. 
However, there were certain things that were missing. Delicious things. Not available over here. I found out about them years later. Four awesome food items and one beverage I wouldn’t want to miss for the world.
Thank Skeletor for the internet!

1. Reese's peanut butter cups
Who could have thought peanut butter and chocolate were a match made in sugar heaven? Not me, or else I would’ve tried to get my hands on these addictive calorie bombs a lot earlier!
2. Count Chocula cereal
Only available during the Halloween period, this chocolate cereal, enhanced with freeze-dried marshmallows, really hits the spot.
Fang-k you General Mills!
3. Cream Soda
At first I was a bit skeptical, because soda’s already sweet to begin with. During a trip to New York I drank my first cream soda and nowadays I’ll turn into a grumpy little bearded boy without my fix…
4. Twinkies
One bite of this golden cake and now I’m hooked forever. I cried sugary tears of joy when Hostess came back from the grave!
5. Pretzel Pieces
Some day I will bathe in Snyder’s Honey Mustard & Onion pretzel pieces. Not literally, but I’d definitely sit in a tub filled with bags of this doughy delight!
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