Haha oh how I love Nigel Slater's book "Toast." I am 25 and while some of the food described in it was before my time, some of the descriptions of the food cracks me up. Arctic Roll - "a layer of jam so thin it could have been drawn by an architect's pen" and "tastes like frozen carpet." So true! Flakes and Munchies - "taste ever so slightly stale". Again, I see what he means! He reminisces about the time when they all thought Parmesan cheese was off because it "smelled like sick." My mum could really relate to this - she grew up in the 1960s and anything foreign was viewed as suspicious by her mum, especially spaghetti which my mum didn't have til she was 19! Childhood treats I remember include Toffos (pulled a few wobbly teeth out with those!), Secret Chocolate bars (no idea who made those, Nestle maybe?) and Golden Wonder crisps. What do you remember fondly?