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July 27, 2021


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Popcorn Indiana Black & White (corn with a dark chocolate drizzle) is the absolute best, but the stuff is damned expensive -- $3.99 for a six-ounce bag. I used to be able to get it at Rite-Aid -- yes, the drug store -- but they don't seem to carry the brand any longer.

It's available from Amazon, but a 17-ounce bag costs 15 bucks. Too rich for me, especially since I could down a package that size is about 30 minutes.

Popcorn Indiana Kettle Corn is also primo. The white cheddar is good. I don't think I ever ate the regular stuff. I'm not sure if I knew they made a regular, unadulterated version.

Also, try Boom, Chicka, Pop. It comes in some really weird configurations like strawberry and raspberry.

I buy several different flavors of popped corn from the vendor at Bridgeport Village each time I go there.

Boom, Chicka Pop is good!

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