Dropping Knowledge: Candy Corn

Every year at just around this time a familiar specter rears its terrifying head – candy corn. We are told that some people enjoy candy corn, but we haven’t met these people and maybe we don’t want to. Candy corn is bad. It is the most disappointing candy to receive while trick or treating. Toothpaste would be better.

Maybe we’re wrong. Maybe candy corn is a delight. There are a lot of maybes in the world. Opinions aside, please enjoy our latest edition of Dropping Knowledge and some cold hard facts about candy corn:

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  1. Okay, this is how you deal with candy corn: You turn it into Butterfinger. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/228403/easy-butter-fingers-candy/

    If you hold a Butterfinger wrapper next to a bag of candy corn, you’ll find the ingredients are identical once you add peanut butter. No shit. I’ve made it and it’s like crack cocaine–the manic high, the grumpy crash, the fevered desire for more. Best part? Candy corn melts down to a goo precisely the same color as orange traffic cones.

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      • Google helped.

        But seriously, make this. You’ll come within inches of burning off your fingers three times but when you take that first bite you will swear to Zeus, Beyonce, and on a stack of Bibles that you will never buy another Butterfinger again. Because fucking amazing.

        Hint: You’ve got to stir in that peanut butter within seconds because the melted candy corn tries to go back to its hardened, tooth-sticking state super fast.

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