mother knows best

Peter was just up in Portland, and he brought home some candies from my mother. She works in a little Japanese market there called Anzen.

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She knows me pretty well!

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12 Responses to mother knows best

  1. suzanne says:

    I just returned from a trip to a convention to Portland, and had the good fortune to visit Anzen while I was there. What a wonderful store!
    Love your blog–it’s so inspiring!

  2. P says:

    What type of candy is that exactly? I can read Soda Candy, but I can’t read the word before “Soda”. Every time I make a trip to the little Asian market, I always get some new piece of candy.

  3. carolyn says:

    i always picture bread as being more on the morose side, myself. :)

  4. Rachel says:

    is that a bread lollypop??

  5. Amy says:

    Did you see that Open Source Radio is doing a show on Candy? http://www.radioopensource.org/ear-candy/
    I thought of you as soon as I saw that post.

  6. gaile says:

    oo, the bread candy is too cute! You might have to open a candy museum when you’re 93!

  7. Janis says:

    Oooooh! I love Mr. Breadhead!!

  8. Aubra says:

    (de-lurking to say) Woah! I work a few blocks from Anzen. Small world!

  9. Emily says:

    Hey, Ramune candy! Awesome! But without the little marble to push in, I wonder if the flavor would taste as good.

  10. Silvia says:

    Aw, such cute candy. I’m sure it’s delicious too! When was your bday? If I missed it, Happy Birthday!

  11. Laura B. says:

    That bread candy is Shokupanman, from the Anpanman anime! Cool! And nifty!

  12. abby says:

    I love Anzen ;)

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