Twinkie


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a small sponge cake with a synthetic cream filling

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"No one wants to see a diet Twinkie," Bill Toler, chief executive of Hostess Brands LLC said in a Wall Street Journal interview recently.
"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.
Egyptian Centres will join companies including Twinkie cake maker Edita seeking to take advantage of a surge in Egypt's stock market and the return of political stability after the election of Abdel-Fattah El Sisi as President last year.
It's a Twinkie -- stuffed with a Twix candy bar -- wrapped in bacon -- deep-fried -- and drizzled with chocolate-caramel sauce.
Chapter 1 includes sweets such as Peach Cobbler Cupcakes, Frozen Lemonade Pie, and Fruit Punch Winkies (yes, a vegan twinkie).
Atascadero, CA, March 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Firefly Brand Management licensing agency has announced the collaboration of Twinkie Chan and Michaels Stores, Inc.
Given this fresh material to work with, cartoonists had a field day, with images that included eight men dressed in black lifting a casket-sized Twinkie into a hearse; a Twinkie headstone with the inscription "R.I.P., 1930-2012; and a likeness of Stonehenge made of giant Twinkies.
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Bizarrely, his motivation to stay alive is so he can eat the very last Twinkie, the sponge-cake snack he just cannot resist.
He tried all the best defenses: the "gloves-are-too-small" defense, the "she-was-just-trying-to-help" defense and, of course, the Twinkie defense.
Twinkie, deconstructed: My journey to discover how the ingredients found in processed foods are grown, mined (yes, mined), and manipulated into what America eats.
Twinkie, deconstructed; my journey to discover how the ingredients found in processed foods are grown, mined (yes, mined), and manipulated into what America eats.
--A Twinkie as described by Michael Pollan, author of The Ominivore's Dilemma, who wonders how supermarkets can sell Twinkies cheaper than carrots