Kettle korn kiropraktors are not to be konfused with kowopractors who adjust kow backs.
Kiropraktors make a living adjusting the jaws of kettle korn konsumers.
Have you ever eaten Kettle Korn? Some people get addicted and need therapy. I’m nuts about it. The korn is kooked in a kettle. The best batches are kooked over an open fire.
Sugar and korn are added together in a greased big old kettle. The heat melts the sugar and pops the korn. The two are blended by the athletic konstant sweat producing stir that is required to get-er-done.
After stirring like your life depends on it, the kettle is tipped of its kontent and bagged up for purchase.
Kids and kats scurry to get some. Adults have a kettle kitty fund for this habit. Walking around the fair with a king size portion kan make a grown man kry.
Kettle Korn is more nutritious than it once was. It is made with no trans-fats these days. You kan eat more.
It would not be a summer without Kettle Korn. It kost a bit more as the korn prices rise. I kan’t wait kan you?
Recently, I spoke to a few kettle korn krazies and they had this to say:
I’ve lost my house and kar due to my kettle korn addiction.
My kids were taken away after someone discovered korn kernals all over the house.
I was able to attract krokodiles to my pond by leaving a trail of delicious kettle korn.
My life has turned around 100% since I started eating kettle korn.
Kettle korn is a part of every kounty fair and outdoor event in the South. Baseball games and family pikniks wouldn’t be the same without it.
Do any of you have a favorite kettle korn brand? Some of you chimed in last Autumn when we first talked about it and several wrote articles about their state fair but we need a list of good kettle korn sources.
Give us the website if you do. Leave out the http—and start with the www—thanks!
I took the above picture at the Tanglewood Wine Festival at Tanglewood park in Clemmons, NC.