Food of the Eighties Index

The food in this section are not STRICTLY 80s only food. We have food that were widely available for purchase DURING the 80s. This section was recently redesigned, so if you have any problems please let ChuckyG know.

Are you an 80s food expert or just totally baffled by a leftover 80s food in your possession? We have a page for Unknown 80s Food when you can send in your pictures, or help others identify their unknown foods.

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Chewy Chalk, Comment by Corey on November 16, 2018 - Report this comment
Chewy Chalk was the BEST!
Danish Bar, Comment by Joelle on November 15, 2018 - Report this comment
I loved these! omg I can not believe so many people remember them. I was little and my mom would let me have one while she shopped for groceries! haha I LOVED THEM....like actually think of them often!!!
La Choy mini eggrolls, Comment by Kiera on November 15, 2018 - Report this comment
Why is this on an 80s page? I ate these as a kid (I was obsessed with them) and I’m only 22.
Good N Fruity, Comment by BW on November 14, 2018 - Report this comment
The red box of original GoodnFruity were much better than the new pink box
Creamy Burger, Comment by Javy on November 13, 2018 - Report this comment
North Star Creamy Burger. Look for the single serve packs and you will find the exact Creamy Burger you seek.
Hardee's Big Deluxe, Comment by Bruce on November 12, 2018 - Report this comment
Frank Joyner, from Nashville NC, named the big burger, the Huskey. He was working at one of the original Rocky Mount NC restaurants at the time. Mid 62's.
Dutch Mill Donuts , Comment by Doughboy1917 @ "Mini Doughnut" A.K.A. Jane on November 12, 2018 - Report this comment
And, as Fred Sandford would say, "Look out Elizabeth, here comes the Big One!" An American Doughboy actually made it to February 27th, 2011. He was 110 when he passed, not doubt got to Heaven an hour before the devil even knew he was dead. That man was Corporal Frank Buckles and he served with the 1st Fort Riley Detachment. His past kin included Revolutionary War and Civil War vets. TODAY, GO OUT THERE AND BUY A LUNCH FOR A VET, OR, AT THE VERY LEAST SHAKE THEIR HANDS AND THANK THEM! God Bless Our Vets and God Bless America!
Dutch Mill Donuts , Comment by Doughboy1917 @ "Mini Doughnut" A.K.A, Jane on November 12, 2018 - Report this comment
Can't believe I'm using an "A.K.A." like some other silly people on this page, but please let's all make a pledge not to be sill on this day. Veterans Day, also called Armistice Day and even Rememberance Day was first honored on November 11th 1954 when Dad was fighting for his Nation in Korea. There are over 2 million Korean Vets still alive. There are well over 5 million Viet Nam Vets out there. Those boys really got a "bumb wrap" as Dad would say. Joan Fonda is a "Blanking Blank," according to Dad and one would have a hard time arguing with that. Believe it or not, according to the National WWII Museum as of 2014 there were about a million vets from WWII (The Big One) as Archie Bunker would say. Don't know why they don't have an update on that number, but these men are dying at the rate of 555 a day. That's one every three minutes.


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