Garlic Fudge, True Treats Botanical Sweets, True Treats Then, Later, and Now
The past is alive thanks to some kind listeners as Betty and Tab try historical candies! With such historical candies as cacao nibs, resin wax, sticks and even bugs, the ladies find out just how lucky they are with today’s candy. They also sample some garlic fudge from the Isle of Wight. Will any of these treats be sweet? Or will history be unforgiving? Tune into this episode of Candy Chat and find out which old candy are boring duds and which are kind to the taste buds!
Polo Fruits, Clove, Mentos Licorice Mint, Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles, Haribo Roulette
The bottom of the ladies’ purses are probed for leavin’s, and roll candy is what was found! Easily transportable (and easily gross when old), roll candy can get lost at the bottom of a purse just like their taste gets lost over time. Betty and Tab, not ones to waste candy, sample Mentos Licorice Mint, Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles, Haribo Roulette, Ritchies Clove, and Polo Fruits. It doesn’t quite stand the taste test of time, but the ladies push through. Will there be any surprises? Or will one of these prove to be someone’s undoing? Find out on this rolly-poly episode of Candy Chat!
Houston, the ladies have a problem in this episode as they try what amounts to nothing other than problematic candy. A cheeky leprechaun, the not-so-sweet savoriness of gravy candy, and a couple questionably-named treats amount to real problematic candy. Will the ladies give in to the devious desires of naughty candy, or will they be undone by the foulness of candies that should never have been made in the first place? Get the spittoon ready for this troublesome episode of Candy Chat! Don’t forget to like Candy Chat on Facebook and follow on Twitter!