Sale: 25% Off DoubleNest® & SingleNest® Hammocks


Not only is Fall the best season for grilling, leaf jumping, cozy yet unshapely grandpa sweaters, bonfires and all things pumpkin; it is most importantly the best season for snacks! And one of the best snacks of all time that has its peak sales period in the Fall is popcorn. It’s light, crunchy and slightly chewy; and there are a gazillion uses for it. From packaging material to Christmas decoration to an arts and crafts project, popcorn is one of the most tasty, versatile snack foods. So curl up by the fire with a blanket, a book and a huge bowl of freshly popped corn, and you’ve got a perfect chilly Fall evening!     There are many ways to make popcorn while you’re out on the trail or sitting in your hammock around a bonfire. Here are a few… Aluminum Pie Pan Popcorn Gather these supplies: Popcorn Popcorn oil (can also use vegetable oil) Salt + any other seasonings you want Aluminum pie pan Aluminum foil Stapler Wire hanger Pour about 1/4 cup of popcorn kernels into the pie pan and add a few tablespoons of oil. Sprinkle on the salt and seasonings. Pull off a sheet of aluminum foil...

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