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Old 04-05-2009, 08:13 AM   #31
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haven't had a soda in so many years
but I liked ginger ale, strong root beer and of course
Dr. Brown's Celery (was it Celray?)
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:20 AM   #32
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We Still have a "Stewart's" !
It's on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City !
you know i don't go to AC. LOL it figures!! there was one on rt. 35(? or 30 something LOL) i think in toms river on the way to seaside heights. not sure if it is still around. we had a lot up by me than they disappeared along with arthur treacher's fish and chips. they closed callahan's hot dogs also.
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:21 AM   #33
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haven't had a soda in so many years
but I liked ginger ale, strong root beer and of course
Dr. Brown's Celery (was it Celray?)

Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray

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Old 04-05-2009, 08:23 AM   #34
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nah ! the Tom's River one is gone.............(Sigh)
Stopped there often on the way home from The Heights for take-home root beer.
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haven't had a soda in so many years
but I liked ginger ale, strong root beer and of course
Dr. Brown's Celery (was it Celray?)
YES dr. brown's celery soda. it is availble in jewish comunities. we have a Harold's New York Deli by me that sells it and NY egg cream's (made with Fox's U-Bet syrup the good stuff!!) in frosty mugs!! i love them. i only make choco milk with fox's!! i like choco egg cream's but my girls like the vanilla. no accounting ............. LOL they didn't learn that from me.
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Old 04-05-2009, 08:31 AM   #36
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nah ! the Tom's River one is gone.............(Sigh)
Stopped there often on the way home from The Heights for take-home root beer.
me toooooooooo. the wooden flap up window cover and the flies!! LOL i remember them from my childhood. oh all the things my kids missed out on LOL i spent a lot of time at the carousel arcade and lucky leo's. does the heights not have THE BEST sausage and pepper sammies!! and the fresh lemonade. OMG i think i am addicted!! LOL
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Absolutely !
Matter of fact, back in the day, we'd drive from trenton just for the food !
Lucky Leo's took up a lot of MY time as well................

We always went down the back way, which brought us out right at the Stewart's.......... how convenient !
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Absolutely !
Matter of fact, back in the day, we'd drive from trenton just for the food !
Lucky Leo's took up a lot of MY time as well................

We always went down the back way, which brought us out right at the Stewart's.......... how convenient !
LOL do you go there still? i think i need to take a trip to the carousel and get some little necks on the half, a lemonade and play some games!! i come from the north ft. lee area.
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Old 04-05-2009, 12:59 PM   #39
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I make my own sodas using a The Fountain Jet Home Soda Maker From Soda-Club and thus eliminates a lot of salt and sugar, plus I can combine syrups if I'm in an inventive mood.
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Mexican Coca Cola. Also Kosher Coca Cola. Real sugar is the key.
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