Tuesday, November 6, 2007
There's an article in the Anchorage paper about the rumored discontinuing of this wonderful invention of one of Alaska's staple food. Article says Alaska buys 98% of their stock! You can read the article here. Being Alaskan, I grew up on this flat circle oversized cracker. Ate it with butter spread on top, with whatever jam was available, put cheese on top and microwaved it to melt the cheese. I still eat it for breakfast with peanut butter and raspberry jam, piled high with chicken or tuna salad and with any soup. Growing up, we'd put it in a saucer and then let it "melt" with hot tea, sprinkle sugar and top and eat it with a spoon. Yum!