Yes it’s really a thing, popping popcorn on a campfire. It’s easy to do. Impressive as heck. And the popcorn gets this smoky flavor from the, well, from the smoke. It’s crazy.
Eegads! Who knew there were so many ways to pop popcorn? Are there more? Did we miss any?
This method of popping popcorn uses vegetable oil to make the fluffiest popcorn possible in a pot on the stove. It’s ready and delicious in just a few minutes!
Popcorn balls are a classic Halloween treat. They’re also a great intro to candy-making for those of us who don’t yet own a candy thermometer. Get the step-by-step photo tutorial here.
Sometimes we’re kinda food snobs. But when a recipe works as well as this caramel corn, even if it’s made in the microwave, we keep our noses out of the air.
Seriously. You have GOT to try this. Pop some popcorn, fry some eggs and dip in.
Cliche alert: Today we’re sticking bacon and Sriracha together and slapping it on popcorn. Oh yes we are!
Just buy a stack of paper lunch bags (cheap!) and a tub of plain popcorn kernels (cheap! cheap!) and you’re on your way to making your own microwave popcorn bags.
Kettle corn is a treat from the Gods, or in history’s case, the pioneers. Who knew?
Think rice krispy squares but made out of popcorn and round. The orange is just for extra Halloween fun. You can totally leave them white or go with another color. We’ll leave the stylistic choices up to you.