If your favorite late time snack is popcorn, you've come to the right place. I'm a radio DJ by day and popcorn expert by night.

Okay, not exactly, but I did just master cooking my popcorn the old fashion way on the stove with butter and oil this year. You're probably like, "Why are you going through all of that effort when you can just throw a bag in the microwave?"

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Well, surprise, I don't have a microwave in my apartment. No, it's not because I don't believe in microwaves or anything, I just don't have room for one.

This isn't about me, I'm here to help you upgrade your popcorn game. You're welcome.

Craving Gourmet Popcorn

If you're planning on having a movie night soon, you need to hit up Craving Gourmet Popcorn in Old Town because their popcorn selection is incredible.

Are you in the mood for a little dill in your popcorn, because they have dill pickle popcorn. Maybe you're more of a sweet and salty person, they have one called sea salt caramel drizzle.

Here's a few other flavors:

  • Mackinac Island Caramel
  • Buffalo Cheddar Cheese
  • Double Chocolate Brownie Drizzle
  • Hot Kansas City White Cheddar
  • Fruity Rainbow Remix Candy Popcorn

I mean seriously, what are you waiting for? If all of this popcorn talk has made you thirsty, I have great news. Cravings Gourmet Popcorn has a ton of soda to choose from. If you're looking for extra sweet treats like candy, they've got that too!

While you're at, why not get a little crazy and make yourself a little blanket fort before the movie starts. You're never too old for a blanket fort. I made one with my nephews a few weeks ago and to be honest, it was more for me then them.

Enjoy your popcorn movie night!

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