RedPhoenix122: Posting from my phone, so not formatted, but here:http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/cf26/
skinink: Wine soaked popcorn? Sounds like something you get when someone has been overserved at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
Creoena: Popcorn is the most vile, disgusting thing on the planet. Anything* you can do to it is an improvement.*Except fake butter it in microwave bags/Stuff smells like heated stale urine when those microwave bags open
Mrbogey: Bacon popcorn is not a myth! I've seen it!It isn't all that great. Tends to overcook easily.
fzumrk: RedPhoenix122: Posting from my phone, so not formatted, but here:http://www.thinkgeek.com/product/cf26/They sell store brand bacon popcorn at Kroger even.
Cerebral Knievel: Just pop it with rendered bacon fat.
kd8our: I sell bacon flavored popcorn at work. Bacon and cheddar popcorn too. We have bacon toffee, candy and bacon snake mixes. Bacon fad might be a little long in the tooth, but there is an endless supply of them./ps, who the fark takes this new site seriously? That man was whacked and is now dead.
Voiceofreason01: 1) there is such a thing as bacon flavored popcorn: this is a thing that exists2) Breitbart sucks
lohphat: /shakes tiny fist at lasercannon
phaseolus: Cerebral Knievel: Just pop it with rendered bacon fat.Just plain bacon fat, no need to render it. I strained the fat but you probably don't really need to do that.I did this once, and it tasted good, but it was ... confusing in a strange way. The meat flavor and the corn flavor, mixed together, told my brain "this is dinner" when I was expecting a snack.I couldn't eat more than a couple handfuls. Probably not a bad thing.
lohphat: Voiceofreason01: 1) there is such a thing as bacon flavored popcorn: this is a thing that exists2) Breitbart sucksThese are a thing: microwave chicharones.[feistycook.com image 850x564]/clicky pic
Voiceofreason01: 1) Breitbart sucks2) Breitbart sucks
lasercannon: This is bacon popcorn[i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
brantgoose: Making popcorn in the microwave is stupendously cheaper than buying those bags of chemical brew. I use paper sandwich bags but you have to attend to it closely to avoid burning of the popcorn and the bag, although it never got that far with me.Another money saver is not buying scented teas such as mint tea. Buy the herb separately in tiny quantities at a health food store or in bulk at a grocery store or super-store, and use that to flavour plain tea. Tiny bags of mint, camomile, orange blossoms, etc., can be had for pennies compared to the cost of heavily marketed and packaged alternatives. You can even use a mint tea bag in a cup of coffee to make "mint coffee".I have a copy of The Tightwad Gazette but came up with some of these ideas on my own. Save money, time and space. you are that guy I read about who splits his 2 ply TP to save money./are you parked outside the dunkin' donuts to get the free Wi-Fi?
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