Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Sweets. treats and kettle corn

As we near Halloween, there are visions of sweets and treats looming ahead with one in particular to keep your eye out for: traditional kettle corn. At every football game, fairground and Halloween Festival there are sounds of crackle and pop, and aromas that are almost sickening sweet in the air. If you follow your ears and your nose, they will lead you straight to the kettle corn vendors.

Across the country, these craftsmen of their trade have learned the time-honored traditional secrets that have drawn crowds in from generation to generation. The kettle corn next to the lemonade stand is one of the most popular stands at any event.
A quick search on the Internet led me to Blazin J’s Kettle Corn. After a tough year like so many of us have faced, Jesse Jimenez ventured out to open his very own business with none other than his concession-stand favorite: the sweet and salty treat of the kettle corn.

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