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An aunt of mine would refer to it as "anadama" bread, others simply as Boston brown bread...best right out of the oven with butter on a cold winter's day! And yes, I'm from New England, originally...
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No
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Never Knew about that.
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I don't think I have ever had it.
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Bummer!
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It WAS good, but it disappeared in the '60's.
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But sounds good!
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Sounds interesting. :3
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pepparidge farm remembers
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It's been gone since at least the Seventies, I'm afraid.
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did not know about that product
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but you can no longer find there Lemon Nut Crunch cookies.
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I'm impressed that you can actually recall it!

I haven't seen it at all anywhere since the mid- '60's. At that time, I was living in CT, not too far from Pepperidge Farms location in Norwalk.
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This was the bread of my childhood. PB&J; was best on corn and molasses bread. We could still get it in New York until the late 1970's.
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I remember it well, and regret its demise!
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Yes, wo bought it during the 50's.  I would like the company to make it again. Is there any chance of that?
It came in a deep gold wrapper with brown print.
SPM
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My favorite bread! I wish they still made it. I got up at 2:00 this morning because I had a craving and found your post. This with a little Hellmann's, regular Oscar Meyer baloney and black pepper...  Titus Moody is rolling over in his grave!!!   Cheers, Gup
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I was able to buy this in north Jersey into the early '80's. Gup
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