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a small sponge cake with a synthetic cream filling

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We started to explore the idea of developing a deep-fried Twinkie when we saw, year after year, that this indulgent snack was the main attraction at local state fairs and summer carnivals taking place around the country.
Hostess announces liquidation, the end of Twinkies Hostess will seek to liquidate if striking workers don't return to their jobs Hostess imposes wage-cutting contract on workers to avoid going under
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.
Amid finger pointing by management and unions and changing food trends, company that makes Twinkies and Ding Dongs prepares for closure
the Texas-based company that makes Twinkies and those other gastronomic delights often found in 7-Eleven stores and on the shelves at the end of grocery checkout counters, has shut down its ovens.
On the right a comic book pirate, complete with eye patch and tricorn hat, frames a woman and a skeleton in the midst of eating lozenge-shaped objects resembling Twinkies.
Washington, August 16 ( ANI ): First lady Michelle Obama, who joined her husband's election campaign in the Hawkeye State on Wednesday, said that even though she wouldn't let him have fried Twinkies he eats what he wants.
Now I have to train my new CPA as I take deductions for things like Hostess Twinkies (I'm hoarding them as hedge investments against falling gold prices).
And the USDA reports that 93 percent of "desert" dwellers have access to a car, which suggests poor eating habits are a matter of preference for Doritos and Twinkies, not a lack of access to leafy greens.
Its product portfolio includes Twinkies, Ding Dongs, HoHos, Sno Balls, Donettes, WonderBread, and Hostess Fruit Pies.
Travelling round America in an SUV in search of Twinkies (yes, the creamy snacks), the pair are duped by a pair of sisters (Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin) and left for dead.
Is it true that Twinkies have a shelf life longer than most humans?
A Twinkie as described by Michael Pollan, author of The Ominivore's Dilemma, who wonders how supermarkets can sell Twinkies cheaper than carrots
This stuff is in everything yummy, from donuts and fried chicken to French fries, chips and Twinkies.