I've been re-watching Breaking Bad, just cuz I so want the next season of Better Call Saul. Borrowed season 5 of that from the library when Netflix pooped out on the most recent year. I hear it's filming and will come out in 2022, and that gave me---poof!---another bucket list item. Last long enough and see the last season of that show. It's so much better than Breaking Bad.
In recent Adventures Back in the World, I've found out that Hollander's (the cool paper shop) is gone, and the ReUse Center is all boarded up, closed for good. Somehow I hadn't heard about those. No doubt I'll run into more of these local world changes. Last night I saw that the Carpenter Road Meijer's's is remodeling. I found that out on a mission I gave myself, for something to do, of going to multiple groceries stores and one drug store to see if any had a certain cereal in stock.
None did, despite online indications that they supposedly had it in stock. It's a cereal I discovered during the pandemic, and now I want it, so much that when i have it I don't even mix cereals, which's been my practice since college (and the cereal bar). It's called Smart Start. Just a regular Kellogg's cereal. Hope it's supply chain issues and not another discontinuation.
When we were kids my brother and I were big fans of a cereal called Fortified Oat Flakes:
Don't know when they stopped making that. We also used to love when the folks would buy Bacon Flavored Thins:
I think I've written about these here before, so forgive me if somehow you remember that and are bored.
Any no-longer-existing food products you miss?