Originally posted by Danhx
I've never heard of either of them. That just goes to show how deprived we are in Georgia.
Chicken-In-A-Biskit used to be common on Georgia foodstore shelves. I haven't seen them lately, probably because I haven't looked.
Try the independent food stores in your area. In Atlanta, there's a doozy - it's an I. G. A. on Clairmont Road in North Decatur. That store carries tons of stuff - often for only one or two customers - that nobody else in all of Metro Atlanta does... even the huge "warehouse" places.
In Athens, we have Bell's Food Stores, locally-owned. I'll saunter by one day when I have the time and inclination and see if we have access to those products.
My only "eating" crackers are a couple of packets of leftover saltines when my blood sugar drops (I'm hypoglycaemic) or a few club crackers with a salad or bowl of chili. If I had the right to pick and choose my favorite, I'd say either Wheat Thins or those rough whole wheat squares... what're they called? Until I shrink a few more pounds, though, I'm eschewing crackers.
Or am I going same? G'nee.
Bisquittingly, Ort. Carlton in Athens, Georgia 30601.
P. S. Nabisco maintains a plant in Atlanta on one of my favorite obscure streets - Murphy Avenue, S/W - it's right by the Canada Dry plant, and only about a mile from my favorite house in the world.