In the glory days, when Twinkies were plentiful and fruit pies weren't on the endangered species list, superheroes her eager spokespeople for Hostess products, hawking the wonders of Chocodiles and Donettes from the pages of comic books. But Neil Gaiman's gloomy Dream and the rest of his Endless siblings from Sandman…
If you've been nostalgic for Twinkies because you won't be able to buy them anymore even though you've stopped eating them for years, a photographer would like to remind you what Twinkies are actually made of. Some of the ingredients don't even look like food.
While the world waits to hear the ultimate fate of Hostess and its flagship snack food, this solitary Twinkie sat quietly in its case, possibly mulling over its 36 years of unwrapped existence. Behold the miracle of chemical preservatives.
The Great Twinkie Panic of 2012 seems to be over, but we were worried. Is it possible, in case of need, to craft scientifically authentic Twinkies at home?
Hostess and the Bakers Union agreed to mediation! Twinkies are (probably) saved! Did you survive the famine? [@CNBC]
A moment of silence please. Hostess is going out of business. The 82-year-old maker of innovative packaged snacks is no more. Its assets will be liquidated and its recipes sold off to junk food collectors and disaster prep investors, and lesser brands like Little Debbie and Entenmann's must take up the slack in honor…