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6.24.2009

Fluff

Admist my internet travels, I met someone who had never heard of Fluff.

"What? How can this BE?" you ask. Well, I believe it's a mass conspiracy for someone to hog all the fluff in the world.

I got to educate my friend about the wonderful, light, airy, completely unhealthy sandwich and dessert maker. I told her of the history of my fluffanutter sammiches and fluffy fudge. And then I looking longingly in my pantry, which is at this moment, fluff-less.

I've tried the local "marshmallow" spreads, but nothing has come close to my memory of a good old fashioned Peanut Butter and Fluff sandwich.

So any New England friends wanna send me some?

7 comments:

Jaime says:
at: Jun 24, 2009, 10:38:00 PM said...

fluff, fantastic. nutella, more fantastic. but as I must remind the boys, not a legitimate sandwich topping. dessert-yes. meal-no. I know I am no fun.

miss jen says:
at: Jun 25, 2009, 4:53:00 AM said...

Mom to the rescue! I remember being a newlywed in Virginia Beach and being sad that I couldn't find Fluff! or white cheese or decent dill pickles.
I'll mail you some Fluff this weekend! Love You!

Tracy Fisher says:
at: Jun 25, 2009, 6:59:00 PM said...

Nutella isn't really good for sandwiches, but fluff is a childhood necessity, like play-doh or a jump rope!

and thanks mommy :)

Coiner Family says:
at: Jun 28, 2009, 2:22:00 PM said...

you can't buy Fluff down here?

Tracy Fisher says:
at: Jun 28, 2009, 2:33:00 PM said...

sarah, I've never found brand-name fluff down here, just imitations!

Tracy Fisher says:
at: Jun 28, 2009, 2:33:00 PM said...

sarah, I've never found brand-name fluff down here, just imitations!

iamjenn says:
at: Jun 29, 2009, 11:32:00 PM said...

Sorry, to trash it, but marshmallow goo on anything is just plain revloting. Unless it's a rice cripy treat and then it is tolerable...maybe it's becasue I don't like marsmallows in general.