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Gimmicks like craft saltine crackers never even got off the ground.
Dooley and six others took a Delta flight from JFK to San Juan on Wednesday, stuffing three bags each full of saltines, cans of tuna fish, mosquito spray, and baby sunscreen.
For anyone looking to be their own version of Nabisco — or Joseph Garneau, the inventor of the saltine — crackers are incredibly easy (and satisfying) to make on your own.
Meanwhile, Terrell Suggs, the veteran lineman, only asks for about four or five egg whites and saltine crackers.
The company started out in 1913 making peanut brittle and saltines for decades from its old manufacturing facility in what is now South End.
On the patio, oysters are roasted over a wood fire and tossed into a metal bucket at the end of a table set with oyster knives and saltines.
Try saltines—that’s right, hon, sit a piece of cake on top of the cracker and go for it.
Pinquito beans are an essential side dish (along with salsa, saltines, garlic bread and an icy relish tray).
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