Nostalgia hard cotton candy maker.
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How Ryan Murphy Became the Most Powerful Man in TV He foresaw a broad demographic: “You, me, the young people who love nostalgia, the fourteen-year-old girl who is watching Tom Holland dress in drag and dance to Rihanna.” Murphy gave me a copy He believed that he was sending a feminist message by [...]
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The Absolute Best Candy Store in New York But if ever there were a mom-and-pop worth fighting for, it would be the old-fashioned candy shop: museum (and creator) of nostalgia, bequeather of absolute joy (and cavities), site of masterful parent-child negotiations. . of business is bulk [...]
MN State Fair announces specialty brews, drinks FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. - A Red Bull slushie? Beer malt? Dill pickle beer? A number of new and specialty brews and beverages have been announced for the 2017 Minnesota State Fair. The drinks are only available at the Great Minnesota Get-Together [...]
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Music You Should Know: The Dominant & Bold Powerhouse Jessie Reyez “Gatekeeper” released back in May of 2017, but Reyez has returned this winter with a string of two singles, “Phone Calls” and “Cotton Candy .” “Phone Calls” draws strength from the quick-witted verses, slam poetry feel, and genuine charisma behind the [...]
[May 11, 2010] May 11, 2010 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Candy lovers can now make cotton candy from home using sugar free or hard candy with the release of a fun, exciting cotton candy machine (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/default.asp?c=7&p=394) from Nostalgia Products Group (http://www.nostalgiaelectrics.com/), LLC. The Hard and Sugar Free Cotton Candy Maker uses pieces of either hard candy or sugar free candy to create delicious candy floss. It has a suggested retail price of $39.99...
ALTHOUGH penny candies haven’t cost a cent for a long time, they are still relatively cheap treats. That may be one reason that retro-themed candy shops have been opening around the state, defying the difficult economy. “The great thing about bulk candy is that you can go by your budget and spend what you have,” said Liliana Carvalho, 40, owner of Lily’s Kandy Kloudz in Millburn, which opened in November. “Kids come in and spend 50 cents or $10.”Following is a sampling of New Jersey sweet...