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All Hail Caesar — As In Popcorn

You won't be able to stop eating this Caesar salad-flavored popcorn.
You won’t be able to stop eating this Caesar salad-flavored popcorn.

There’s something fishy about this popcorn.

And lemony and cheesy, too.

That’s because it has all the great taste of Caesar salad.

“Caesar Popcorn” is a fun recipe from “Tin to Table” (Chronicle Books), of which I received a review copy.

Written by New York’s Anna Hezel, senior editor of Epicurious, this book contains more than 50 recipes that highlight tinned fish and seafood, that most versatile of pantry staples.

With tinned seafood on hand, a snack or a meal can be ready in a flash with recipes such as “Smoked Trout Dip,” “Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs,” “Sardine Banh Mi,” and “Spaghetti with Fancy Clams and Fancy Ham.”

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You Won’t Believe What’s In This Cornbread

Cornbread made with cornmeal, corn kernels, and...
Cornbread made with cornmeal, corn kernels, and…

Yes, this particular cornbread is thoroughly corny. In fact, it has three kinds of corn in it:


Fresh corn kernels.

And popcorn.

Yup, you read that right.

“Popcorn Cornbread” is featured in the cookbook, “All About Dinner: Simple Meals, Expert Advice” (W.W. Norton & Company, 2019) by award-winning cookbook writer Molly Stevens.

Yes, popcorn!
Yes, popcorn!

This inventive recipe immediately caught my eye because it includes popcorn that’s pulverized in a food processor until it becomes popcorn flour. Whatever you do, just don’t sneeze or be near a fan when you make this flour because the particles are so light, that it doesn’t take much for them to go flying everywhere.

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