Monday, October 18, 2010

Fall Into Fall winner, PIF update and Caramel Corn Recipe!

Someday I will figure out how to cut and paste the actual thing for now here is the result.

True Random Number Generator Min: 1 Max: 118 Result: 6

Congrats LEAH!

I was overwhelmed with comments and stopped answering everyone. But thank you all for entering.  I hope to email those who commented on the caramel corn recipe or the PIF in the next week or so.

My PIF participants are Regina of Sew Love Today, Cassie whose blog is not public yet, but it is special and Charlene of Geema's Wonderings.  So for all of you that wanted to particapate in my PIF and can't please check out their PIF's.  Thanks for the great response.  I was worried I wouldn't get 3 and I did!   So go help Regina, Cassie and Charlene get their 3!

What you still want the Caramel Corn recipe?  I didn't forget, I decided to post it.

Caramel Corn from Bonnie King, St. Louis, MO
15 Cups popped Corn (about 1 cup unpopped)
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup butter
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/2 tsp baking soda
Dash of Salt

In a pan, heat butter, syrup, sugar and salt.  Stir until it bubbles; remove pan from heat.  Stir in soda until foamy.  Pour over corn and stir well.  (If you want it hard, bake at 200 degrees for 1/2 to 1 hour and stir every 15 minutes.)

Personally I never have the patience to harden it...I love it warm and gooey!  It is very yummy when warm and sticky.  You can 1/2 the recipe as well if needed. We got this when my brother was in Webeloes over 20 years ago.  Still a favorite recipe and I think of St. Louis and our friends there every time I make it. 



  1. Congrats Leah!

    Thanks for putting my link on here. I still need a couple of people for my pay it forward. Good thing I have a year to make the gifts. :)

  2. Ohhh the gooeier the better.

    Congrats to your winner.

  3. Wow, Jenn, that carmel corn recipe looks yummy! I think my husband would probably like it a lot. Thank you for a great blog. Oh, and I love the doggy basket bike--it's such a neat idea. I need to add it to my sadly neglected blog. ~Kathleen

  4. Congratulations to Leah! Thanks for the great recipe - can't wait to give it a try!!


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