Pro Tip: Kettle Corn
I hate throwing out Kettle Corn. You know how it is, you stop in Linville and pick up a bag of delicious Kettle Corn, and you decide it's too close to lunchtime, and you go on your way. Then you don't have a chance to open the bag for a few days, and when you do, it's chewy, not crunchy. Disappointing.
Well, try heating that kettle corn in a 200˚F oven for 15 minutes! I'd say it's 98% back to fresh!