Have you tried our amazing popcorn?

We have both yellow and white kernels – both are delicious!  You won’t be disappointed! Whether it’s for a family gathering or just a night in at home,  our popcorn is always the right choice! We have many sizes to choose from. To order call Cory at 763-670-8995 or Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PearsonFarm/


There’s nothing like the taste of freshly popped popcorn and nothing like the disappointment of burnt popcorn or too many unpopped kernels.  If you’ve ever made popcorn chances are you’ve bungled a batch.  Follow these simple steps for perfect popcorn every time. The best tip is to stay near and play it by ear.  Literally.  The sound of popcorn popping is your best clue to when it’s ready.

Stovetop Popcorn Tips

Step 1: Pour enough vegetable oil (for coconut oil about 2 Tablespoons) to just cover the bottom of a pan, turn on medium high heat.  Allow pan to warm. The best popping temperature is between 400 and 460 degrees F. Oil burns at 500 degrees. If your oil starts to smoke, it’s too hot.

Step 2: Add enough kernels to cover the bottom of the pan single layer, shake to coat the kernels with oil,  Cover with a well fitted lid (too many kernels will “blow” the lid).

Step 3: Corn will begin to pop within 3 minutes. Occasionally lift the pan from the burner to give it a slight shake to mix the kernels so it won’t burn. When the popping slows, listen until you can count 2 seconds between pops. Turn off heat and remove pan from stove-top.  Lift the lid to allow steam to escape away from your face.  Steam may burn and remaining kernels may continue to pop.

Step 4: Add additional flavors, herbs, or spices and Enjoy


Paper Bag Microwave Method

Step 1: Measure 1/4 cup popcorn kernels into a lunchbox-sized paper bag.

Step 2: Loosely fold just the very top of the bag over so the kernels don’t spill out.

Step 3: Microwave until there are about 3 seconds between popping sounds.

Step 4: Carefully remove bag and enjoy!

For More Popcorn recipes and fun check out Popcorn.org