TRN Time Machine: Foods We Miss

Get ready to bounce around the decades as Jason and Mickey time jump this week when choosing some Foods We Miss! We’ll be covering square pizzas at Little Caesar’s, pop culture pasta from Chef Boyardee Cereal, patty melts at McDonald’s, and the Tic Tac’s rival Dynamints just to name a few. Snacks, Candy, Beverages, and more are covered on this delicious episode.

Also, join us for the After Hours podcast on Patreon every Tuesday night! This week, Mickey and Jason react to a list of Foods that first debuted 40 years ago. Some heavy hitters are featured on the list like McDonald’s McRib sandwich and Jell-O Pudding Pops so listen along with our reaction to more retro foods. VIPs at the $5 level unlock new episodes of After Hours each week and the VIP Vault containing over 100 podcasts including the complete TRN Time Machine audio library.

Listen to our Foods We Miss episode below and join us tonight at 6pm EST for After Hours.

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'80s Kid, '90s Grad, and '00s Dad. I've been writing and podcasting about 1980s pop culture since 2011 at my website. I collect vinyl, cassingles, '80s comics, Batman memorabilia, and all things Mobile Armored Strike Kommand.

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