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11/20/2012

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No, they do not taste as good as when I was a kid. They are way too sweet for me now. And probably have too many preservatives for any of us to be consuming. Just wait, the fate of Hostess is not yet decided. Those Twinkies will outlast all of us.

There's no doubt in my mind that the recipe has been changed over the years, and that's why they don't taste as good as they once did.

I remember lunch box twinkies, too! Except I had a brown paper bag with a PB&J sandwich, a banged-up, bruised apple, and a few coins for buying a carton of milk in the cafeteria.

My guess is that the recipe is the same as always, but our tastes have changed -- there was a time when I thought Chef Boyardee raviolis were the most delicious food on earth besides Kraft Mac 'n' Cheese with sliced hot dogs -- and that was around the same time that I was a Twinkie conoisseur!

I think I'm going to have to look for Twinkies the next time I'm at the store, so we can have our own memorial service for them at my house. Maybe we'll light candles and sing a hymn. ;-)

The closing of Hostess hit our news here in the UK so it must be major! I've heard though that Twinkies will still be made in Canada if anyone need a fix :o)

I would love to business Modal as well because I am a model too and want to attract all readers to me.

I loved ding donned and ho-hos, never liked twinkies. Those were my brothers favorites. I hear there are a few companies looking to buy hostess, so maybe the world can still have twinkies.

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