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Jazz Snacks for the Pandemic

Jazz Snacks for the Pandemic
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Jazz fanatics are particularly egregious eaters—too busy listening to pay much attention to food. I believe this array of sweet treats will satisfy even the most ludicrously undeveloped jazz palates.

  • Jack the Gummy Bear
  • Baby Dodds Ruth
  • Junior Cook Mints
  • Chick Webb-lets
  • Almond Joy Spring
  • Twix Beiderbecke
  • Pete Jolly Ranchers
  • Tootie Heath Bars
  • James Reese Europe Cups
  • Bit-O-Honey-In-The-Horn
  • Cheryl Bentyne Chewing Gum
  • Charleston Chew Chasers
  • Wee Dots
  • Good and Plenty o' Nuthin'
  • Eddie Lock-Jaw Breakers
  • Milk Dud Bascombs
  • Jeepers Creepers Where'd You Get Those Peeps
  • Pez Prados
So, spin your wax of Bill Evans' Waltz for Little Debby and Stan Getz's Hershey Bar and wash it all down with a bottle of Chateau Neuf de Pops—bell shaped tones with a poetic nose and a hint of okra. Next day, don't forget your dose of Swiss Kriss.

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