National Popcorn Month

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National Popcorn Month

I have a joke for you. What’s the difference between popcorn and pee soup? Anyone can pop corn but you can’t pee soup. I know really mature, but that’s beside the point. It’s October and it’s time to celebrate “the corn,” as in one of America’s favorite snacks.

In honor of National Popcorn Month, I give you 5 Spooky Halloween Popcorn Recipes and Corny Facts courtesy of the Popcorn Board.

Corny Facts 1: Americans consume 14 billion quarts of popped popcorn annually or 43 quarts per man, woman and child.

National Popcorn Month

Spooky Popcorn Spider Web

Corny Fact 2: Popcorn kernels can pop up to 3 feet in the air. 

National Popcorn Month

Green Halloween Zombies 

Corny Fact 3: Popping popcorn is one of the number one uses for microwave ovens. I guess that explains the “popcorn” control button on most microwaves.

National Popcorn Month

Halloween Heaven

Corny Fact 4: If you were to make a trail of popcorn from New York to Los Angeles you would need more than 352,028,160 popped kernels.

National Popcorn Month

Halloween Jack-O-Lantern Popcorn Balls

Corny Fact 5: According to the Guinness Book of Records, the world’s largest popcorn ball was created at the Indiana State Fair in 2013.

National Popcorn Month

Happy Halloween Mini Popcorn Balls and Scary Hand

All these recipes and cool facts are from the Popcorn Board. I have not been compensated, I just love popcorn and wanted to share the love. OK, here we go another joke… What do you can a bad popcorn joke – Corny. I’d like to thank for the really bad jokes.

You can pop your corn in the microwave like the majority of people, or you can go old school. Amazon has a ton of Popcorn Poppers.

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And just because it’s cool to watch… I leave you with this video of popcorn popping in slow-motion.


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