During the summers spent in an enclave of old cottages on Lake Michigan in the Grand Mere area off the highway near Stevensville, summer treats meant going to Bit of Swiss Bakery, then owned by Hans Kottman and his wife Mary. Kottman, who hailed from Austria, had first been a baker back in t…
I started writing this column when I heard Hostess had closed and there would no longer be Twinkies, Ho Hos, Ding Dongs and no Sno Balls in our lives and that people were beginning to sell them on eBay and Amazon at astronomical prices. For example, an eBay ad touts “the original 8K Twinkie …
CHICAGO | The biggest celebrity shock to grip the nation since Kristen Stewart cheated on Twilight hunk Robert Pattinson is clearly the possible demise of the Twinkie.
VALPARAISO | The next time people watch a movie at the new Central Park Plaza amphitheater, they might be able to pick up some popcorn or other sweet treats to eat during the show.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | I've decided the final sign of the apocalypse is the booth selling deep fried butter. The deep fried Twinkies were just the warning.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP | This is Kevin Hannon's fair, but the ghost of Lonnie Steele still haunts the Porter County Expo Center. It's almost like you can still hear his voice.
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