in Louisiana USA
September 02, 2010 10:40 pm
I remember when our family would go on vacation we would always stop at a stuckeys and bet a jar of the coconut powder that you mix in milk. It was so good, I have not been able to find it in years. Does anyone remember it?
in Virginia USA
August 18, 2010 11:19 pm
My Grandfather, Paul Willard, work for Stuckey's at the Eastman, Georgia plant for many years. As a smill child I got to tour the plant with him when I was visiting. I'll never forget the huge cauldron of chocolate in the plant and the smells it gave off. It was much better than the scene in Willy Wonka where they visit the chocolate room -- this was REAL! Best of all was all the Stuckey's candy he would share with us -- chocolate and maple fudge, turtles, etc. I sure do miss my grandfather now that he's passed on -- but I can still get Stuckey's!
in Michigan USA
August 12, 2010 6:21 pm
Some of the best memories as a child were when we would pull into a Stuckey's and get a pecan log roll. I loved the Mexican Jumping beans that were in the vending machines, also.
in South Carolina USA
August 10, 2010 9:59 am
love the stores and just wanted to see if we were related?
in Florida USA
August 08, 2010 10:05 pm
I remember as a kid back in the 50s traveling from Florida to northern Kentucky to see my grandparents back before the major interstates were completed. One of the most anticipated events for me while traveling was spotting the Stuckeys signs on the road. I knew even at a young age that we were good for two or three stops at a Stuckeys each way of our trip and that each stop would include the Stuckeys Pecan Log and Pecan Divinity. A taste you never forget. Today at the age of 56 I still remember the pleasure of that first bite and all the fun mom, dad and I had at those stops every time I see a Stuckeys sign or come across a website like this one. Thanks for the memories Stuckeys.