If your nose doesn't lead you straight to the kettle corn vendor at just about any state fair or festival this summer, then your ears surely will. The aroma of lightly caramelized popcorn combined with the merry sound of popping is all the encouragement I need to buy myself a big bag for snacking. Craving this sweet and crunchy treat without the road trip? Here's how you can make kettle corn at home.
How To Cook Corn on the Cob in the Microwave. Why cook corn on the grill, oven, or in a pot when you can make a quick side dish for a weeknight dinner using the microwave? It's SO fast you'll never cook corn another way ever again.