Childhood Snacks Taste Test – Canada Edition | Our2Cents


Fresh from her trip to Canada, Susan Wong gets nostalgic and brings back a ton of sweet and savoury snacks for Sharon Mundia.

Childhood food memories have a profound impact, especially what you had for snack time. From catchy slogans, to memorable advertisements, to textures that surprise you – snacks are the perfect daily serving of nostalgia.

In this episode, join the ladies as they take a look back at Susan’s favorite sweets and snacks from childhood.

If you’d like to help Sharon with her Kenyan Edition, kindly comment on the video with information on how to source some of her favourites.

Happy Snacking!



Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • Kimani

    This is really sad, that women are stealing in broad daylight. Cildren belong to both parents, why should he pay. He is a Kenyan and should be protected by the law. Men should rise up and refuse this kind of harrasment. To Mr Moi, just go to jail one month, than be a slave for life.

    • Domingo

      I disagree with your view. All over the country children are forsaken by their drunk fathers. We need this laws to protect children. Philip is only getting the spotlight because of who he is. Otherwise he should pay for the upkeep of his children. How many grandparents, uncles and aunts are raising kids who’s fathers want nothing to do with them?

      • Sesh

        Men in Kenya have had it too good. They leave their families and the ex-wife had to do every to take care of everything emotionally, financially and otherwise, while their ex-spouse spends money on himself and other women. Its good to know that the court supports child support from men (and the less % of women).

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