Put it in my Mouth! Part 4

If you want to mail me some stuff to PIIMM, send it to this address. **And remember to include your return address so I can send you something, too!**

Hilah Cooking
10573 W Pico Blvd #76
Los Angeles CA 90064

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Humbug Sticks and MonsterMunch

African Biltong and Candies

Canadian Candies and Salty Snacks!

Licorice everything and homemade jams from Iceland!


  1. Melissa on May 16, 2016 at 5:22 pm

    Yay!! I’m so happy someone from Iceland sent you a package. My great-grandmother, also named Agnes, was from Iceland and I grew up wanting to visit that BEAUTIFUL country to see my people, and finally did with my wife last month. It was amazing – one of the most wonderful and gorgeous places I’ve ever seen – and I had so many of these things! I never liked black licorice until I had the real deal in Iceland – chocolate covered was my favorite – and I miss it so much now that I’m back. The salt in it makes it soon good. If you ever get the chance I recommend visiting Iceland. It’s incredible and the people are so kind.

    • Melissa on May 16, 2016 at 5:32 pm

      I meant SOOO good, not soon good. Damn you autocorrect! Also, my Icelandic is definitely terrible but i do know the j is silent. It might be pronounced Leeyomalint with a soft t at the end, but excuse me if I’m completely wrong!!

      • Hilah on May 17, 2016 at 6:45 am

        How cool! I agree that chocolate licorice was the best. The coconut licorice strings were surprising, too. So awesome that y’all got to visit. Did you try to track down any relatives??
        (And I can’t believe no one has corrected my pronunciation yet! They must be too nice to say anything 😉 Your guess is probably way closer than mine!)

  2. Melissa on May 18, 2016 at 8:56 am

    I know I have relatives that live there but because of the way Icelandic names are it would be much too difficult. Their surnames are comprised of their parents first names and then son or dottir so too many people have the same surname and they tend to go by their first names. Bjork, for example, has the same surname as my great-grandmother (Guðmundsdóttir) but I highly doubt I’m related to Bjork (the ð is pronounced like th). Anyway, it was beyond awesome and seeing your episode made my day! I’ll have to try to track down some coconut licorice. Take care! Someday my wife and I are hoping to send you some local goodies from my city in Washington. 🙂

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