Monday, November 5, 2012

Popcorn - for dinner?!?

Have I ever told you that I love popcorn for dinner?  Especially while watching one of my favorite reality t.v. shows - The Amazing Race.  I found an easy recipe on pinterest to make your own microwave popcorn.

You will never have to buy microwave popcorn again! Add 1/3 cup popcorn kernels to a brown paper bag, fold the bag over twice then heat in a microwave — folded side down — for about 2 minutes. THAT’S IT! Fresh popped popcorn without any fuss, ready for you to flavor as desired or eat completely bare.

Another popcorn recipe that I heard about recently was on the Dr. Oz show.  They said to cook your popcorn in coconut oil.  Evidently coconut oil is pretty good for you.  Click here to go to the recipe at Dr. Oz's official website.   

Update on the Arts and Craft Show:  I did o.k.  I plan to write a post soon.  Unfortunately I forgot my camera but did take photos on my phone -- now to figure out how to download them to my computer.  Stay tuned.



scrappymo! said...

Thanks for popcorn idea...I love to save money...more for cxraft supplies!!!

I am glad the show went well...Looking forward to see the camera photos!

I always liked to take a few minutes and do a quick swoop round the show at the beginning and a quick swoop at the end...that way you can see what booth sold most of their wares and you have a good idea of what is popular in that area...
When I used to do shows, it seemed that different areas had different hot sellers. I kept track in a little journal and then knew wht to stock up on for what show...(I only id 2 shows each year...teehee).

Di said...

What fun, popcorn for dinner and such an easy recipe too. Glad the craft show went fine and look forward to seeing photos - as well as a run down on what sold well. Take care Kay, love and hugs, Di xx (and a haa from Len of course!)

May said...

Looking forward to seeing the craft sale pics... thanks for the popcorn recipe... Hugs May x x x

sandee said...

I love pop corn, but it gets stuck in my teeth too much! lol TMI? Can't wait to hear about your craft show, they are a lot of work! Cannot offer any help about phone pictures :( waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Connie said...

Hi Kay, thanks for the pop corn tip. Pop corn is among my favorite foods and I too have had it for dinner :) Of course, I'll be staying tuned . . . always :)
Your blogging sister, Connie

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I love pop corn! No one ever makes it for me.... Wait, why aren't I making my own? Um.... yeah, I dunno. Well, now I can. So there!