well known brands that just arent as good as in the past
Breyers ice cream. except for 2/3 flavors, has become ordinary. Entenmanns Cakes another. can you think of others??
re: Perilagu Khan
A-men (for the most part..I can work around the salt in some recipes so they are not entirely on the Banned Substances List). A-1 used to be a lot thicker (45 years ago) and while it is not something I'd use on a good---or even half-way decent--- steak it has its uses, even in its present inferior form.
'twas ever thus, though. While mindful of the renaissance of brewing, I am thinking of Murray Kempton's great line "For a man with a taste for both beer and politics, it is difficult to say which has gone flatter in my lifetime."
re: Perilagu Khan
I still do buy it but with reluctance.
I'm told White Lily flour since moving it's plant is no longer what it used to be.
Finding it is hard enough but the old mill version supposedly was far superior.
Lorne Doone cookies.
Girl Scout cookies.
Trader Joe anything. Whereas they used to be fantastically different than anything out there that was =, now they're just like all else. My opinion anyway, born and raised in California I've been to several over the years and still can't understand the fascination with their store and what you get there. Used to be yep, now, nope.
Bosco's not the same.
Ovaltine was way better as a little girl who craved it.
Coke and Pepsi Vernors ginger ale.
Oscar Mayer bologna and hot dogs, all beef.
Fillet of Fish at McDogs. Now they use a bottom feeder from far off land as their fish of choice.
Bob's Big Boys, were actually BIG back then.
Where's the original American sliced cheese that tasted and had the texture/feel of real cheese?
Ok, now I'm depressed...................
hebrew national hot dogs and salami have gone downhill since they moved production to Indiana.