While New York Fashion Week may be in full swing, it's not just the runway models that are being given head-to-to new looks. There are some classic products with fancy and quirky makeovers hitting grocery store shelves this month:
- Campbell's is releasing limited edition Andy Warhol-inspired designed cans of tomato soup for sale this month in honor of the 50th anniversary of Warhol's pop art masterpiece. How cool are these?! I might have to pick up a few to decorate my kitchen.
- Cadbury released its Halloween answer to the Easter creme egg: the screme egg! The taste is supposedly the same, but the traditional orange/yellow "yolk" filling is now green. I actually spotted these at Target over the weekend and passed at first because it seemed too early for Halloween candy. But, I think I'm going to have to break down and get one this weekend. Report to follow.
- Not necessarily new this year, but making its seasonal return is the Jones Soda Co. flavor entitled Turkey & Gravy. Has anyone tried this? A good friend of mine is a Jones fanatic, but he may draw the line at this flavor. As gross as it may sound, I'm still a little bit intrigued...
- If the Starbucks' ads didn't clue you in, the pumpkin onslaught has begun -- hooray! I, for one, can't get enough pumpkin in my life, so I'm definitely looking forward to the always delicious Limited Edition Pumpkin Ice Cream by Edy's. New on the scene, at least to me, are the Pumpkin Spice Hershey's Kisses. Curiously, there is no chocolate involved; instead the outer shell is pumpkin flavored candy while the filling is cinnamon creme. If you've tried these, would you recommend them?
- Apple pie-scented candles are an effortless way to have your house smelling cozy and ready for company. Why not have a treat that matches that very smell? Pepperidge Farm Farm Limited Edition Caramel Apple Pie Soft Dessert Cookies should do the trick. Also, there is a Pumpkin Cheesecake version of these available. Word on the
streetInternet is that you can find these at Wal-mart.
- And, last but not least. In fact, probably the most talked about seasonal food item out there right now are Candy Corn Oreos. The Internet is abuzz with awe, curiosity, and even some disgust from the candy corn haters of the world. Both the Today Show surveyed its staff and posted about the mixed reviews. Are you going to give the seasonal sandwich cookie a try? It's just so bizarre that I think I must try it. Again, a review to follow shortly, hopefully.