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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Come on over it is

NOT

But you all know I'm a rule breaker..comes with being a Senior..



Yesterday's Lunch sitting on the back porch with gentle breezes
and probably the last 80 degree day we'll have in the foreseeable future.  

When I was a child my Daddy and I loved Ice Cream Floats in the summer.
3 scoops of vanilla ice cream
with Pepsi or coke poured over the ice cream

However, on a hot day in Dixie this is a most refreshing lunch.
A ginger ale float made with sherbet of your choice we like Rainbow
and a pack of NABS!



 If you are from the South you know about NABS,
if not here is the scoop


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In 2015 Angel Madi and I did a post about Nabs
Pictured below you will find me posing with Nabs...they are a staple in our house. They come in round and square.   I'm told Milky-Way, the one who came before me, loved to lick peanut butter residue from the Nab wrapper.

If you love Nabs, raise your paw! 
Here is what Google said:
Many snack cracker products manufactured by Lance are commonly referred to as "Nabs", a **genericized trademark name for Nabisco snack crackers. The term originated in 1924 when the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) introduced a snack, put in a 5-cent sealed packet called "Peanut Sandwich Packet".
Please tell us in the comments what you call these delish snacks.



**generic trademark, also known as a genericized trademark or proprietary eponym, is a trademark or brand name that, due to its popularity or significance, has become the generic name for, or synonymous with, a general class of product or service, usually against the intentions of the trademark's holder.

I like that last sentence because it is a known fact Southerners love to abbreviate/shorten
words

19 comments:

  1. the mama showed your post to da dad... and now he is in coke& ice cream mode ... ;O)))))

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  2. Hari om
    Sluuuurrrrrpppp... YAM xx

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  3. Yummers on the Nab's and on the floats. My fav was Vernon's ginger ale with vanilla ice cream!

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  4. The floats sound good, but I don't like peanut butter. We get Nabs here and I do like those with the cream cheese filling.

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  5. I love those Nabs but have never heard them called nabs. we just called them cheese crackers, or cheese crackers with peanut butter. I don't eat them now, I make my own with pb and saltines. but I have always loved them.. I love vanilla ice cream in root beer and sherbet in ginger ale but in my old age gingerale gives me instant heart burn, so I used diet 7up instead. of course all that stopped 2 years ago... but I would if I could... it makes the perfect lunch. when we traveled from savannah to KY we had those crackers with milk as a traveling meal

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  6. Not from the South but we have sure spent a lot of time there and we love Nabs, too! I love a good root beer float! I think your float sounds very refreshing.
    We do just call them cheese crackers! I can't do wordless either!

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  7. Nabs are norm, even though we're often not normal!

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  8. Mom says she just knew them as cheese crackers! More chilly and rainy weather for us dang it
    hugs
    Mabel

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  9. I haven't had those peanut butter crackers is ages. Your float does look like a refreshing drink on a hot day.

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  10. What a wonderful lunch. I didn't know about Nabs, but I've had them many times. Learn something new every day.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Big hug. ♥

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  11. We call them nabs too. Oh boy.......I'm adding those ingredients to the shopping list for that float.

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  12. Momma is super intrigued at the thought of a sherbert and ginger ale float! She loves root beer floats and loves ginger ale!

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  13. That all sounds super yummy! My ghostwriter says she liked to make vanilla milkshakes in summer. Also koolaid was poured into an ice cube tray and frozen for a cold snack on a hot day.

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  14. As a youth, I'd kill for a Boston Cooler, that is a Detroit-area original, despite its name. Vernor's ginger ale, and vanilla ice cream. Oh, da BOMB! Being one of six kids, my father would NEVER order his own ice cream; he'd just eat the leftovers from those of us who couldn't finish...

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  15. madi....round heer we call em

    "canna get two em coz they bee locked in de pantree" ~~~~~

    ☺☺♥♥

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  16. Never heard the term 'nabs' before, and apparently I grew up in a very literal place where we called them what was printed on the package - MOL!

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  17. Mom likes a root beer float, AND she likes vanilla ice cream in ginger ale!!! Very refreshing. She also knows about Nabs - great with a cold drink.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  18. We always have NABS in the house :) XO

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  19. When the kids were young and at home we pretty much always had them but we never called them Nabs. We just called them peanut butter crackers we have 2 brands here. Now I only get them if I am hungry for them....I like the ones with peanut butter and the ones with cheese. My favorite floats are root beer with vanilla ice cream.

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