Bet you guys didn't know that I am a domestic goddess. Just made a batch of homemade caramel popcorn to indulge in along with the movie I plan to watch later today, The Master. Been looking forward to seeing this film for a while.
Do you bake? It is good... soon to be a was good.
I don't bake. But my dad's neighbors own three kettle corn trucks and when they clean the machines after a busy weekend they bag it all up and give it to my dad. He's beyond burnt out on it but I'm pretty sure I could survive on a strict diet of only kettle corn. Caramel corn is stepping it up a sugary notch big time.
Ya, kettle corn is for light-weights. Give me the sugar!
Do you just put those caramel baking chips in it and stir it up then let it cool? (To answer the earlier question I say I don't bake only because I technically don't have a functioning kitchen, but I can use other people's kitchens and follow a recipe. If I had my own kitchen I think I'd bake a lot.)
No, no chips. The syrup is made on the stove-top then poured over the popped corn. Then the coated corn is transferred to the pans then cooked in a 250 oven for one hour--stirring every fifteen minutes. Want the recipe?
I better not. I drink regular Coke a tad too often, I don't need to encourage my inevitable adult-onset diabetes any faster with the deliciousness that is an entire oven of caramel corn. Because I'd sit there and eat the entire pan.
That picture of a younger Morrissey on the ground outside Old Trafford made me smile.