What's better, Peeps or Cadbury Eggs? Katharine Shilcutt broke it down for us today. But reader "Shut Up & Eat" felt that the Peeps didn't get a fair shake:
Peeps are like a fine wine.
One can't just snatch them right off the shelf as soon as they hit the stores. You've got to let them age in a low-humidity setting - that's when they're at their best. A month or two in the pantry should be sufficient to bring out their full character.
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Perhaps we'll revisit the issue this summer. And speaking of Peeps, if you haven't seen the "Peep Torture" video over at Art Attack, you are missing out.