Reminiscent of the old country, kettle corn is a tradition of popcorn that dates all the way back to the Revolutionary War of 1776. Dutch immigrants brought the technique to America when they settled in Pennsylvania early in our country’s history. Using a cast iron kettle or cauldron, sometimes even a Dutch oven, the popcorn was cooked to perfection. The unique blend of sweet and salty represents a meticulous procedure of stirring just the right amounts of sugar and oil in with the corn kernels to create a crusty sweet texture on each piece of popcorn and then sprinkling the concoction with salt. Once found primarily at the fairground, Uptown Popcorn has recaptured this Old World tradition in its original Kettle Corn popcorn, a gourmet popcorn flavor that is making a comeback in America, where it had been forgotten for over a century. And you don’t have to go to the fair to get it.
Gourmet Kettle Corn Popcorn
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