Kraving Kettle Korn Kan Kause Konfusion

100_9427To be a burro must be bliss. What a happy little guy who seems oblivious to the camera in his face. He had a buddy.

100_9418The little guy was a bit hyper and seemed to be real interested in what his horse buddy was up to. Burro was sure that Horse had a better grazing area. Looks to me like all the grass is good grazing but then I don’t eat grass. They made it look so good that I was beginning to think of trying some.

100_9425I was wondering what he’d do with a cheeseburger. There weren’t any cheeseburgers around or any fast food places—but there was…………..

100_9439A master Kettle Korn maker with a kettle full of corn. Me and kettle korn are like kin. I love it and we are on a first name basis!

100_9440Oh man–can you smell it? He was a good Kettle Korn Maker! He stirred really fast and knew the technique. The korn was light and hardly any uncooked kernals to break your teeth. I know kause I ate to the bottom of the kontainer.

100_9441After it’s dumped, the secret sweet ingredients are added while it’s still hot. It taste like a very light carmel corn cooked over an open fire. Kettle Korn has a unique flavor you can’t get on your stove top.

100_9442I wrote a funny post about another Kettle Korn experience HERE. It’s funny so read it!

100_9444Yummy, Yummy–Me and MrD went to Valle Crucis, North Carolina this weekend and this little stand was set up out front of the Mast General Store. I would show you the bag but it didn’t make the trip home. MrD ate most of it right? We didn’t feed any to the burro or horse and we didn’t eat any of their grass. So there was no konfusion on who was to eat the kettle korn.

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11 comments on “Kraving Kettle Korn Kan Kause Konfusion

  1. Pingback: Kute Kitties and a kooky kritter « Flowergardengirl

  2. Somehow the packaged kettlecorn that you pop at home yourself just doesn’t cut it. It has to be made in one of those big barrells, I think.

    That burro is just the cutest.

  3. Lovely photos and I’m all for the kettle corn. I hope I’m right in assuming a burrow = donkey, looks like one.
    I had to look that up Phillip. A burro is a small donkey. This little guy was too little to be a donkey. I think.

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