Twinkie


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a small sponge cake with a synthetic cream filling

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Bringing the Twinkie to the freezer aisle is another way to extend the iconic Hostess brand to other parts of the store," she added.
The game features some of Hostess' most popular treats -- Ho Hos[R], Sno Balls[R], and of course, Twinkies -- as bonus symbols.
Hasbrouck said the Twinx works because "it's the cream from the Twinkie with the caramel from the Twix, and you've got the salty bacon.
Twinkie provides a fresh and youthful approach to her projects and the art of crochet.
I got home and stuck the Twinkies and Zingers in my freezer, though of course, according to Twinkies legend, they could endure forever at room temperature.
Ettlinger goes to the source (Hostess), but their refusal to cooperate means he must use alternative means to achieve his goal of demythologizing the Twinkie, investigating their rather extended shelf life and the fictitious belief that they would withstand a nuclear war unscathed.
A Twinkie as described by Michael Pollan, author of The Ominivore's Dilemma, who wonders how supermarkets can sell Twinkies cheaper than carrots
But one note: A full-fuel Twinkie (120 gallons) such as mine has 600 pounds payload, not 500 pounds as stated in the article.
Break out the chopsticks, and celebrate the Twinkie turning 75 with The Twinkles Cookbook ($12.
The wildlife management folks told me to put a hot pepper in a Twinkie out for the bear.
The radical Center for Science in the Public Interest lobbied the World Health Organization to endorse so-called Twinkie taxes and further restrictions on food choices.
Their portable stage consisted of the sort of Volkswagen van hippies abandoned long ago for Trustafarian SUVs, a rusty twinkie on wheels that opened to expose the guts of the operation--a tangle of chess, lights, and odd contraptions At the center of this mess sat drummer Nate Hayden, ready to pound the cobwebs outta the cocked heads of the indie kids milling curiously around him Perched like guardsmen in front of the van were bassist Josh Taylor and keyboardist Jason Isaacs, each with their own instrumental weaponry and theatrical armor.
OK, there's Twinkie creme on your shirt, wipe it off.
NOT MANY PEOPLE HAVE SEEN THE INSIDE OF A 9-FOOT-TALL TWINKIE SUIT.