Ok just thought you might want to know that I have been craving Cracker jacks and I can rarely find a bag. It seems the delivery trucks never leave much around this area. Every time I go to my Dollar storeOr our Grocery or the wallmart, I look for them yet not there. Just thought you might solve this problem.Thanks alice
Legend suggests that a customer enthusiastically said \"That's crackerjack!\" upon sampling the snack, and thereby gave it a name. Regardless of whether or not that's true, the term refers to something being \"excellent,\" \"splendid,\" or \"expert.\"
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One of the most well-known ways Cracker Jack is woven into sports culture is through the seventh inning stretch, where the lyrics of \"Take Me Out to the Ball Game\" include \"buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack.\" Tapping into this cultural cornerstone, the Cracker Jack brand partnered with award-winning artist Normani to reimagine this iconic song, updating the lyrics to include Cracker Jill and celebrate the tenacity and grit of women and girls in sports. Fans can listen to the song and watch the music video here.
Melt butter in a heavy saucepan over medium heat. Whisk in brown sugar, corn syrup, molasses, and salt. Increase heat to medium-high and bring to a gentle boil, stirring occasionally, until the temperature reads 250F on a candy thermometer, about 5-8 minutes. Remove from the heat and stir in vanilla and baking soda. Working quickly, pour the hot caramel into the pot and gently toss until the popped corn and nuts are evenly coated. (I prefer to use my hands to gently combine the mixture, once the caramel has cooled just a bit. You can where gloves if you'd like.)
Around 1930, the Cracker Jack company started keeping records of its prizes: what they were, where they originated, the cost per thousand, and distribution numbers, Davis explained. Collectors can use these records to determine information about prizes collected; but on prizes before that date, the details blur. 153554b96e