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Kettle Corn in Fronteirland

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  • [Idea] Kettle Corn in Fronteirland

    Wouldn't it be great if they sold fresh kettle corn in Fronteirland? They could have guy out there making fresh batches in a big pot. The aroma would be awesome!

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    Re: Kettle Corn in Fronteirland

    I was actually talking about this on my Facebook over the weekend. Found out Tokyo DisneySea has yet ANOTHER new flavor of popcorn (apple cinnamon - sounds awesome) and it just bugs me so much all you can get at the US parks is plain popcorn. BORING! You can buy other flavors, but it's all pre-packaged stuff made who knows when. I like my popcorn fresh. Even just caramel corn or kettle corn would give some variety.

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