If you're like us at Food52, you look to the seasons for what to cook. Get to the market, and we'll show you what to do with your haul.
Today: The snack everyone wants to eat this time of year -- and how to do it with only 4 ingredients and no special equipment.
Kettle corn is a multigenerational food, much like peanut butter and chicken fingers. (Before you disagree with me about the latter, try to tell me you wouldn't eat these
It's a food you can make with your kids, for them -- on top of them, if you're Nicholas Day. You can also make it all for your adult self. You can pile it high in a big bowl and nestle it in your lap and drink a beer with it and be happy, and if you're doing everything correctly, a little high from sugar. Isn't it the time of year for that, anyway?
You can give it to your kids before, during, or after they trick-or-treat tomorrow. Or you can eat it huddled in the dark, lights-off, curtains closed, anxiouslyRead More »from How to Make Kettle Corn Without a Kettle