2012 brought about the end of Hostess and the beloved Twinkie. I can remember many sporting events where the reward for a good game or what brought your spirits up afterwards was a Twinkie. Even my wife introduced me to the idea of cutting a Twinkie in half and putting strawberries over it to make a Strawberry Shortcake. I admit, Twinkies were not my favorite dessert, but I have been craving them
With Hostess going out of business, everyone is worried that they will never again enjoy the cream filled sponge cake known as the Twinkie. Luckily, there are 110 companies that are currently in a bidding war for Hostess' brands.
The Twinkie will live on, but what do we do in the meantime? After all, we're Americans. We want instant gratification. Thanks to Todd Wilbur, you can now make them a
They say a Twinkie could survive a nuclear war. Hostess, the company that makes the treat, no so much. In fact the venerable brand, which has a history stretching back to 1930, has just been shuttered by a labor dispute.