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Read somewhere recently that Twinkies are made from some of the same chemicals used in embalming. There is some food for thought for everyone!
I swear it seems like everyone is getting sentimental about this. I've even heard stories about people crying over it all.It's hard to believe these mass produced snack cakes had such intrinsic value to people.
It's like comfort food. It's something that has been around for a long time and that a lot of people are familiar with.
I just ate my last two Twinkies last night. They were delicious, but I had no idea they were apparently so valuable.Incidentally, Dick Clark was periodically injected with Twinkie filling to keep his apparent youth. *nodnod*
Dick Clark can't ring in the new year. Twinkies have expired. Well played, Mayans. Well played.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2234822/Mexican-company-eyes-bankrupt-Hostess-Brands-Twinkies-loyalists-snatch-sweet-confections-shelves-frenzy.html?ito=feeds-newsxmlIn other news, the unfortunately named Bimbo company, a Mexican corporation is thinking about buying them out and producing them.
Is it just me or does anyone else find this disturbing? I'm picturing my Twinkies being manufactured in Mexican sweatshops and shipped across North America.
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