Twinkies Cookbook (Hardcover) by Hostess
Hardcover; Published 3/1/2006; 112 Pages; ISBN 9781580087568
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In 2005, as part of Twinkies’ 75th anniversary celebration, Hostess put out a call for recipes, asking people to share their ideas for cooking--yes, cooking--with Twinkies. Hundreds of people from across the country responded with an amazing collection of homegrown, creative, and sometimes wacky recipes. Nostalgic, colorful, and a delight for the whole family, this is the perfect book for the Twinkie lover in all of us.
This is the official Twinkies cookbook, showcasing hardcore fans’ recipes for fun, new ways--sweet and savory!--to enjoy Twinkies. The book includes more than 50 recipes and 20 full-color photographs, it features a historical introduction to the Twinkie, complete with archival photographs and advertisements.
"The Twinkie is the perfect postmodern artifact, a pop culture staple."--Baltimore Sun
"The genius of Twinkies is they are exactly what they are--amazingly simple and tres elegantes."--Jane Stern, coauthor of Roadfood
- Twinkie Sushi
- Twinkie Burrito
- Pigs in a Twinkie
- Pumpkin Twinkie Bread Pudding
- Peanut Butter and Jelly Twinkie Cake
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Brown sugar: it's what makes chocolate chip cookie dough so darn addictive. But it's not much good if it gets dry, because brown sugar's moisture content (from molasses) is what makes it special. Once you've opened a box, store the remainder in an airtight container or zip-top plastic bag to keep it fresh. If you won't be using it for a while, you can also store it in the freezer in a freezer bag. And always measure brown sugar by packing it tightly into a solid measuring cup.