Peepocalypse Now: Destroying Marshmallows for Science
The Peeps became huge. Then Cawley let air back into the jar. The Peeps shrunk instantaneously, to the crowd's delight.
"They really taste nasty without the air in them. I don't know what it is," Cawley said, holding up a shriveled Peep. "But should you eat your science experiments?"
"No!" the children replied.
Jesse King, 11, of Lyons, Wayne County, watched the presentation with his parents and sister.
"It was good, but there were no explosions," he said. "Me and my dad were hoping."