Popcorn on the Christmas Tree?

Decorating a Christmas tree usually involves spools of electric Christmas lights, store-bought and homemade ornaments, with a star or angel resting at the top. Yet these traditions are a result of modern conveniences. When Christmas Trees first rose to prominence in the United States, they were often decorated with fruits and other items. From this, a tradition of stringing popcorn and cranberries into a garland that wrapped around the tree was born.
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DIY Popcorn Ornaments

Popcorn is no stranger to the holidays. It is often strung with cranberries to make a Christmas garland that is wrapped around the Christmas tree or around wreaths that are hung throughout the house. However, did you know you can also use popcorn to create unique, do-it-yourself glass ornaments? All you need are a few simple items.
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The No-Cook Thanksgiving Feast

Can you believe it’s already November? Unfortunately most stores and TV networks didn’t even wait until Halloween was over before they started major pushes for the holidays. Before we get ahead of ourselves though, and start to think of the end of December – there’s another holiday that is coming up soon. It’s easy to forget that Thanksgiving is the major holiday in November given that most of the focus is on the following month.
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October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month!

Americans love their popcorn. In fact, between 16 and 17 billion quarts of popcorn are consumed each year in the United States. For over 30 years now, we’ve celebrated the wonders of popcorn in October with National Popcorn Poppin’ Month. Though the event has been celebrated for over a few decades, October was officially named National Popcorn Poppin’ Month in 1999, by then Secretary of Agriculture, Dan Glickman. 
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