Weekend Cooking: Hotel Room Style

A Reader's Respite was really and truly looking forward to participating in the fantastic Weekend Cooking hosted by Beth Fish Reads.

Sadly, this is the only thing we could come up with in a hotel room in Arkansas. (Now you know we love you Arkansas peeps, but really....Arkansas?)




But in the interest of full participation, we thought we'd share our secret recipe (directly from the packaging) for such enticing, nay, exotic fare.....

  1. THIS SIDE UP!
  2. Pare el microondas cuando las explosiones se reduzcan de 1 a 2 segundos entre ellas. Concinar en exceso puede hacer que se quemen.
  3. Los ninos no deben prepararlas sin la supervision de una persona adulta.

Add a Kindle and voila, you have a recipe for sheer delight.

Enjoy.


15 comments:

  1. LMAO! You should have put a warning about burning said delicacy to avoid smoking everyone out of the room! Enjoy your time in Alabama!

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  2. You are such a smart alec! I love it! I'm actually feeling kind of bad for you. That microwave popcorn can only get you so far. (On the other hand, while you are enjoying your popcorn, you don't have anyone screaming at you to wipe their bottom or to break up a fight, eh?)

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  3. Some marketing genius needs to package books and popcorn together! Readers love popcorn.

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  4. This is my idea of cooking too! But don't get butter/grease on the Kindle!

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  5. That reminds me; I need to look for popcorn this weekend.

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  6. Now that's the kind of cooking I can handle. Quick. Simple. Delicious. ;-)

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  7. I do not think that the delights of some microwave popcorn after a long journey can be downplayed.
    And yes, with a book, even an Evil Kindle, happiness is very near.

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  8. LOLOLOLOL This is the best kind of Weekend Cooking! Add a glass or three of wine and you're all set. Ask me how I know.

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  9. I'm with Beth! We always pack a corkscrew in our suitcase for in-room picnics!

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  10. Add a container of chocolate icing and it's even better!

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  11. I always, always burn microwave popcorn.

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  12. You're missing one thing....alcohol! Your case cover is soooo pretty!

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  13. One of my favorite Weekend Cooking posts - thanks for the pick-me-up (and now, the craving of buttery popcorn!) this afternoon.

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  14. This made me hysterical. We've banend microwave popcorn here for the duration because we're all still suffering from singed nasal passages after the oldest child (who knows better) burned the snot out of a bag here. It took weeks to dissipate!

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Fire away!