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    On white bread. I still love it (but on whole wheat now). Fight me.
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    Swiss cheese and butter sandwiches
    Idk. A lunchbox favorite in early elementary school.
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    Chop suey
    My mom took a "Chinese" cooking class at the community college when I was little and this one stuck. She made it in the pressure cooker. When I heard the distinctive sizzling sound of the release valve, I knew I was in for it. One of me very least favorites. I still can't deal with bean sprouts at all.
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    Maurice Lenell cookies
    Pinwheels and jelly stars.
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    So tangy. Like Squirt but better.
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    Tombstone cheese pizza
    A small one to split was always the special lunch I'd request when friends came over for the day.
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    Capri Sun
    The original fruit punch flavor. In my memory it's always kind of warmβ€”packed for school lunch or a picnic.
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    Grape Bubblicious or Bubble Yum
    Always my flavor of choice. I remember losing a tooth while chewing some at a pool one summer.
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    Creamed spinach mixed with mashed potatoes
    My grandma always served these sides together and I loved combining them. She did, too.
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    Sara Lee cheesecake
    We lived close to a Sara Lee outlet store and this (tied with pecan coffee cake) was my favorite. In high school I'd sometimes have a slice for breakfast on weekends. My mom would also buy their sheet cakes for my birthday parties and decorate them. Delicious.
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    Campbell's tomato soup made with milk
    With American on white bread grilled cheese.
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    Kookaburra Girl Scout cookies
    Don't exist anymore but I can taste them in my mind. Chocolate and caramel and crunchy wafer layers.