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I feel like popcorn was taken hostage by movie theaters. I started thinking this a year or so ago when I was driving in Michigan and stopped at an Amish road side stand and bought popcorn kernels. They weren’t like anything I’d seen. They had several varieties and when we popped them at home they tasted different, smelled different, looked different.
And so I started thinking harder about popcorn. It’s really an amazing snack food. It’s relatively healthy. It’s a ton of fun. It’s one of those foods that kids gravitate towards, so you know it’s got some of that magic working. And in my opinion it’s one of the best tasting pairings with all sorts of alcoholic drinks, especially champagne.
We featured heirloom popcorns at Clover movie nights and it was a huge hit. Now Rolando is upping the game and has been experimenting
with Popcorn as a snack for beer launches. Last week for Jack’s Abby we had BBQ popcorn, and the other night for High and Mighty we had Cajun popcorn.
But seriously, when was the last time you made popcorn? It’s cheap, it hold forever without going bad. And it’s really easy to make. So free your popcorn from the movie-theater shackles and make some at home for yourself
Best popcorn, Seth MacFarlane make Oscar-watching a must | Dish …
Freshly made popcorn topped with nutritional yeast flakes and Bragg Liquid Aminos makes a tasty, nutritious snack.
If you’re a film buff like me, you’re probably eagerly awaiting Sunday’s telecast of the 85th annual Academy Awards. And if you’re also a foodie, then the combination of the two is reason enough to party.
Whether watching films or award shows, there’s nothing I like better than a big bowl of freshly popped popcorn. Popcorn has a whole new meaning in my family after discovering the delicious taste of nutritional yeast and Bragg Liquid Aminos on top. OK, add in a bit of melted Earth Balance or extra-virgin olive oil and you’ve got yourself a meal in a bowl, it’s that good. Ever since getting a hot-air popcorn popper for my birthday one year, this ritual of homemade popcorn with all its toppings has become a favorite. Click here for more on the popcorn recipe and some sips and snacks that would be perfect for your Oscar-viewing party.
Kid Can Eat!: Best Ever Popcorn
Yum, popcorn, my favorite treat! I am a huge fan. I love my popcorn popped in peanut oil – that’s the only time I realy use peanut oil, but I really love it. I also love a little coconut oil drizzled on top, and some sea salt. Some of my favorite flavors are: chili powder and garlic. As a teenager, my friends and I used to cruch a couple of cloves of garlic into melted butter and pour that over our popcorn. I haven’t had any success getting an American to eat that, though. 🙂 I’m going to check out your nutritional yeast topping. Where do you buy that?
So, I just ate a bowl of this garlic-butter popcorn, and it is GREAT. My partner and I agreed we’ll double the garlic next time. Thanks for the tip!