Thursday, May 3, 2012

A waste of $2.44

Kathi here.

I do not like to waste money. BUT -- I just spent $2.44 I'll never get back on something really crappy. (Can I say crappy here to you all?)

I love bacon. I love cheese. So, wouldn't a bacon AND cheese product be totally wonderful? One would think!

Well, in theory.

But I'm here to help YOU not waste money on the same thing: Bacon-Cheddar Popcorn.

It didn't even smell very good when it was popping, but once I tasted it? Eeeuuuwww.

Nugget likes popcorn, so I offered him a bite. He came over, half-opened his mouth, sniffed the bite of popcorn, and backed away. Now, THAT'S pretty bad.

Save your money!


  1. oh Kathi honey - my heart just breaks for you! i was raised on bacon popcorn, and bacon and cheese popcorn! save the bacon drippings next time you make bacon in a mason jar with a tight lid in your fridge. next time you are making popcorn - use the bacon grease for oil - it is divine tasting! if you are feeling rather decadent - shred some cheddar and when the popcorn (cooked in bacon grease) is done popping, take the lid off, add the shredded cheddar and put the lid back on for 5 mins until the cheese is melted. divine. divine i say!

    enough with that pre-packaged crap! oh and as well, you can fry potatoes or any other veg in the bacon grease - brussel sprouts are so delish cooked in bacon grease. and cabbage. and turnip. oh i could go on an on. but can't be leaving Flier out - so yes Flier - smurf brains cooked in bacon grease is mighty delish too - bahahahah!

    love to ya both! your friend,

  2. Kathi, The thought of bacon and cheese popcorm from the store turns my stomach, most of what is put in the product are chemicals. That could explain why Nugget backed away. I agree with Kymber try the bacon cheese popcorn from scratch.

  3. Awww. That's a shame. It sounds like it has such potential.

  4. Thanks, Kymber and Sandy. Definitely worth a try. The popcorn, I mean. It sounded so SO good, so I was very disappointed. But I like your input, so I'll give that a try.

    I'll also try the brussel sprouts, too, Kymber -- just not around Jim! :>

    45er, thanks for the empathy. I needed it.


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