I'm missing a few foods from my youth that are no longer made, or at least that I can no longer find.
Weaver Chicken Roll. One of the things Grandma always had in the fridge when I was there for lunch. Discontinued long ago, I know, I went hunting a while back. The Thumann's chicken roll is no substitute for this, the flavor and texture is all wrong. We'd have a few slices of WCR on 2 slices of Wonder bread (which is back in prodction), with Hellman's mayonnaise and a slice of yellow American cheese. I think that Grandma usually got deli sliced cheese when she got the cold cuts, though I could have a flawed memory and it could have been a Kraft "cheese" single which is what we always had in the fridge at home (though Mom always got the white singles).
Weaver Chicken Croquettes. I was hoping to stop at the store and pick this up for dinner tonight, but discovered this is also discontinued after Tyson bought the company. I might try the Goya chicken croquettes, but the shape is all different, and they don't come with the small tubs of light yellow gravy. I love croquettes SO much, but honestly, I don't feel like going through the hassle of making homemade ones tonight, so I may end up heating up some of the Tyson chicken patties I already have in the freezer, and drown them with some poultry gravy.
Iced Spice Cookies. Grandma always had these on hand too. They were brown, about 3" across and about 1/8" thick - roughly flower-shaped, with a small hole in the middle, and a sheen of white glaze. Not soft, but not super crispy either. Very spicy with clove, cinnamon, and ginger flavors.
I guess it's because the holidays are coming up and I miss Grandma that the chicken roll and cookies popped into my brain after I looked up the croquettes...