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Prayerfully Popped Opens


Posted on | September 23, 2011 | Comments Off

The Grand Opening of Tucson’s Prayerfully Popped: Corn From the Cloister is Saturday, September 24, 2011, and the Benedictine Sisters hope you’ll stop by to sample excellent popcorn.

You can meet the sisters, munch on delicious popcorn and enter the drawing for a free popcorn machine.

Proceeds benefit local charities, and UA Business students will lend a hand with the venture.

When we visited there were about fifteen gourmet popcorn flavors, but the stock varies with the season. We saw Cheddar Chipotle, Cajun Nacho, Savory Sweet Mix, KC Barbecue, Pumpkin Spice, Rocky Road, St. Columbia’s Sea Salt & Caramel and others.

Sample prices:1 gallon bag of St. Benedict’s Butter Best for $15. Two gallon tin for $20.

1 gallon bag of Sister Lucia’s Parmesan garlic popcorn for $16. Two gallon tin for $22.

In general, prices range from $15 – $17 for one gallon bags. They do have a five-pack popcorn sampler for $20. They also sell Benedictine Brew coffee for $15/lb.

  • Where: Prayerfully Popped Corn from the Cloister, 1525 N. Wilmot Rd. Tucson, AZ (Directions: on Wilmot, between Pima Street and Speedway. It’s on the west side in a small shopping center near Pima.)
  • When: Saturday, September 24, 2011, from 10 AM – 2 PM. Regular hours: Monday-Friday, from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM; Saturday, from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

–Posted by Hortense P. Tightwad

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