For the Foodie in all of us!

Ever heard of the infamous Garrett’s Popcorn in Chicago?!  If you haven’t, then you are missing out on life. Established in 1949, Garrett’s Popcorn has been a staple of Chicago. They offer multiple popcorn flavors; which include cheesecorn, caramelcrisp, and buttery. The original flavor and my personal favorite is the Garrett Mix. This mix combines CaramelCrisp with CheeseCorn for a awesome explosion of your taste buds!

garrett(www.garrettpopcorn.com)

Think it sounds gross? I thought the same thing until I popped a handful in my mouth.  It is by far the perfect popcorn mix you will ever eat.  I know I sound like an advertisement for Garrett’s but I can tell you, I am not and the food speaks for itself. There is a list of southern foods that I like way better than the Midwest versions but this popcorn is not one of them! If you are in Chicago, try it! You will not be disappointed! When you’re there, tell them Taylor sent you. They’ll probably look at you like you’re crazy and ask “who the hell is Taylor?” It’ll be funny either way.


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7 thoughts on “For the Foodie in all of us!”

    1. It’s so addicting! I’m glad it’s as expensive as it is because that prevents me from buying it a lot. But downside, they are having a huge sale tomorrow and it’s like 97 cents! Something crazy like that!

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  1. I’ve never been to Chicago but they have in midtown Manhattan. I know what you’re talking about with the mix. The first time I tasted it, I was hooked. I love both flavors individually but together… magic happens

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