great slideshow about how Peeps are born--while it's not for the faint of heart (nude peeps are involved!) there's something strangely compelling about watching legions of Peeps get coated with sugar. As a kids I couldn't get enough Peeps. They were among my favorite candies. This love affair continued up through college when I would make s'meeps in my dorm microwave (that's Peeps s'mores for the uninitiated). Sometime after freshman year, Peeps lost their luster. I began to realize that sugar coated marshmallow was perhaps a little too sweet (who knew?) Still there's no harm playing with your food, right...
Peeps of Catan. Yes, I'm just that dorky.
If you find yourself with an assortment of extra Peeps post Easter, you can chop 'em up and toss them in a Peepza Rustica.
"Let My Peeple Go."
What do you like to do with your Peeps?
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