What do you eat when your spouse is out for the evening?

Popcorn, people. I eat popcorn. And lots of it.

Though I've been guilty of tossing a bag of Orville Redenbacher's SmartPop into the microwave, lately I've returned to my roots. Oil popped, no butter, sea salt. Think of all that fiber.

Here's how:

1 dedicated sauce pan

2 Tbs canola oil

1/2 to 3/4 cup good quality popping corn

Sea salt to taste

Instructions: Add oil to sauce pan along with two kernals popping corn, cover. Heat over medium high burner. When the kernals pop, quickly add the rest of the corn and cover. Shake pan to make sure all kernals are covered by oil. As the corn pops, pour the popped corn into a large bowl. (If the corn isn't popping at a rapid enough rate, raise the heat and agitate the pan.) Keep a close eye to keep corn from burning.

When the corn is finished popping, toss with sea salt. And call it dinner!

Have a tastey weekend!



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