Dispirited by the possible demise in of Hostess, the company that makes Twinkies, Ho Hos, and Hostess cupcakes, Jennifer Steinhauer began to wonder if she could make Hostess snack cakes, as well as other much-loved junk food from the past, in her own kitchen. She started with this classic, the Twinkie, by buying a canoe pan, which conveniently came with a cream injector. This recipe is a traditional sponge cake-style recipe, with whipped egg whites and sugar forming the base, then filled by cream injector with seven-minute frosting. Neighbors were delighted when she shared the results, but it was short lived.
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Swingers Next Door: Married Couples in This Ohio Neighborhood Spice It Up With Neighbors
They always struck me as hokey, gimmicky, and too closely aligned with the machismo ethos that I associate with extreme hot sauce enthusiasts. That changed recently when I noticed an influx of new chile-centric brews hitting the market, ones made by breweries that I recognized and, more importantly, breweries that I respected. Within this new wave of chile beer, some breweries are devising recipes that elevate the pepper from supporting role to integral component, while others are simply taking an existing brew and infusing it with dried or fresh chiles a technique akin to dry-hopping, which lets the beer retain its original character while supplying a persistent, fiery kick on the back end. Here are 10 spicy beers that are actually worth drinking.