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National Popcorn Day

National Popcorn Day

January 19th is National Popcorn Day, and the 100 Memorial Blog is helping you celebrate! We are including popcorn recipes, movie suggestions, and information about your local movie theater in this post. We hope that you have a month full of fun and popcorn!


Popcorn Recipes

The first thing you’ll need to celebrate National Popcorn Day is a good popcorn recipe! We’ve included both a sweet and a savory popcorn recipe to help you celebrate National Popcorn Day this month.


Honey Butter Popcorn from Tried and Tasty

Make this treat in an air popper or pop your popcorn on the stove to make this movie treat. We think that you’ll love the butter, honey, vanilla, and salt topping this popcorn variation. This simple treat can help assuage your sweet tooth this month.


Garlic Parmesan Stove-Top Popcorn from Little Spice Jar

Use coconut oil to make this easy treat. The garlic parmesan topping — drenched in butter and seasoned with granulated garlic, parsley flakes, salt, and parmesan cheese — is to die for. You’ll love having this savory treat on a chilly winter’s night.


Movies to Watch

Winter is the perfect time of year to have a movie marathon. It’s too cold to go outside, so stay in with a cozy blanket and one of these fun flicks! We think that winter is the perfect time to watch classic movies, and the movies on our list are all in black and white.


Roman Holiday (1953)

“A bored and sheltered princess escapes her guardians and falls in love with an American newsman in Rome.”


The Awful Truth (1937)

“Unfounded suspicions lead a married couple to begin divorce proceedings, whereupon they start undermining each other's attempts to find new romance.”


Your Local Theater

Cambridge, MA boasts three movie theaters. Head to the Brattle Theatre, Landmark Theatres, or Apple Cinemas sometime this month to indulge in popcorn and a good movie.


What are your favorite movies? Do you have any popcorn recipes for us? Leave us your favorite movie and your best popcorn recipe in the comments. Thanks for reading!