Helen Matthews, Linville High School 4 quart popcorn2 1/2 cup sugar1 cup light corn syrup1 cup water6 Tbsp oleo Keep popcorn warm. Mix other ingredients in 4 quart saucepan; stir while heating until sugar is dissolved. Cook without stirring to 290°. Pour syrup over corn, stirring to coat all the popcorn. Form immediately into balls.
Audrey Simpson, D.H.S. 3 quart popped corn1 1/2 sugar1/2 strained honey2 Tbsp butter1 tsp vanilla Mix sugar and honey; boil to the hard boil stage as for candy. This does not take long. Beat in butter and vanilla. Pour hot syrup evenly over the popped corn in a large pan. Stir well. Form into balls … Continue reading Popcorn Balls
Bettye S. Auger 2 1/2 quart popped corn1 cup sugar1/2 cup water1/4 cup light corn syrup1/2 tsp salt1 tsp vinegar1/2 tsp vanilla extract Pour popped corn into large buttered bowl. Combine sugar, corn syrup, slat and water and vinegar in 1 1/2 quart saucepan. Cover, bring to a boil, boil briskly for 3 minutes. Uncover … Continue reading Popcorn Balls
Doris Robinson 1 pint Karo® syrup4 cups sugar1/4 lb buttercoloringflavoring Bring to soft boil. After bringing the contents to a soft boil pour over popcorn and roll into balls. ********** To capitalize on our natural resources as a substitute for expensive man-made attractions motivated the origin of Corney Creek Festival.