Interesting candy stuff.
Babe Ruth vs. Baby Ruth: what's the deal? (History.com)
Ever heard of modjeskas? (CakeSpy)
What your favorite Halloween candy says about you. Appropriate year-round tho. :-) (The Kitchn)
Chocolate covered potato kisses. LOVE these things. Actual potato involved. (Serious Eats)
Irish potato candy. No actual potato involved. (Craftsy)
Did you know that Candy Corn Shaming is a thing? (Today.com)
Saltwater taffy cream pie. (CakeSpy)
One of the best selections of "candies of yesteryear" I have found is available at the Vermont Country Store. (Vermont Country Store)
Is red licorice even licorice at all? (Huffington Post)
DIY candy buttons. (Craftsy)
A nice primer on the history of hot chocolate (marshmallows included). (The Spruce)
An interesting history of Jolly Ranchers. (Candy Favorites)
How to DIY a peanut butter cup frappuccino at Starbucks. (Life Tricks)
Book of the week: Chocolate Wars: The 150-Year Rivalry Between the World's Greatest Chocolate Makers. Written by Deborah Cadbury (of those Cadburys), this book offers a fascinating look at the history of candymaking and how chocolate bars became such a sensation.