I remember years ago when the family got together to watch Sunday football. Grandmother, then an 80-year-old widow and as contrary as ever, always brought a large bag of peanut M&Ms.
Shepoured them into a large bowl and kept them close. She always had to inspect what each person took. She wanted all the green ones for herself. I remember her diligent search through the bowl, mischief in her eyes. “You know what they say about the green ones,” she’d say, and we would all join in her little bit of fun.
If Grandmother were still around, she’d be thrilled to learn that she could now buy a whole bag of green M&Ms, with her name on them if she pleased. M&Ms have continued to progress and embrace new concepts of flavorful entertainment over the last few decades. Expanding from the few simple colors I knew as a child, … Read More