Popcorn farmer Gene Mealhow examines ears of his heirloom corn that he sells as gourmet popcorn. The Mealhows are part of a popcorn revival, the latest reinvention of an enduring American snack that has been retooled every few generations to fit shifts in technology and culinary fashion.
Popcorn farmer Gene Mealhow examines ears of his heirloom corn that he sells as gourmet popcorn. The Mealhows are part of a popcorn revival, the latest reinvention of an enduring American snack that has been retooled every few generations to fit shifts in technology and culinary fashion. DENNIS CHAMBERLIN The New York Times
Popcorn farmer Gene Mealhow examines ears of his heirloom corn that he sells as gourmet popcorn. The Mealhows are part of a popcorn revival, the latest reinvention of an enduring American snack that has been retooled every few generations to fit shifts in technology and culinary fashion. DENNIS CHAMBERLIN The New York Times

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