“ON A RAINY DAY IT POURS”—-SO ENJOY POPCORN, INSTEAD!
Originally posted on witlessdatingafterfifty:
Happy Centennial Celebrations for two products that go so well together!
Morton’s Salt and “Jolly Time Popcorn!” Although popcorn has been around
for many more than 100 years, the first time that it was labeled and sold was as,
“Jolly Time Popcorn.” The little girl on the Morton’s Salt is looking still young
for her 100 years representing her company!
Workers at the “Jolly Time” factory have packaged millions of pounds of non-
GMO kernels from local owned farms in Mid-West U. S. A. Popping corn was
considered a treat to be made in a pan on the stove, sometimes over a fire or in
a special popcorn ‘cooker’/popper. My grandkids probably would recognize
the air popper I have and microwave popcorn their parents pop for them.
Then, some people decided that it was not ‘good’ for us, since we tend to cover
it (smother it!) with butter or melted margarine.
Finally, as many…
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