A festival is sometimes the only way. This is the way to “Snack Review,” our illustrious channel’s latest series. Today is the debut of Kodie Shane, a meticulously adventurous restaurant.
Kodie Shanes takes a moment to get alchemical of a massive collection of drinks and snacks by making a brew of her own design. “This is essentially pineapple soda cream,” she boasts. “It’s so fire,” she said in a bodega’s collection of “ass” chips, which finally thwarted her concepts, leading her instead to the SmartFoods Cheddar Corn. Shane goes for the Sour Patch Watermelons, as far as the candy is concerned. “Here’s my film date,” she proclaims, prior to a closer look into her selection of drinks.
As Shane comes from Atlanta in the beginning, she realizes the importance of regional exclusive Snapple. Thus, every time she hits the Big Apple, she ensures that the “orangeade” flavor is copied, also for the cream soda of Dr Brown. “One time I had two sodas, only a bit left, so I mixed them together,” she says. “It taste so fantastic, I was like it–this is my stuff.
She also begins her diet, explaining that, before succumbing to the sweet charm of chicken, she has babbled in pescetarianism. Maybe that is a side effect of Atlanta living. “I was like’ whaaaat was missing,’ the first time I’d ever have chicken in my life,” she says unbelievably. See the new episode of the “Snack Review,” exclusively for more of Kodie Shane, on HNHH TV.