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Authentic Jacob Bromwell Since 1819 (Review & Giveaway -Rafflecopter-)

(Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Poper Pictured Above)

A Little Bit About Jacob Bromwell
Jacob Bromwell is a specialty housewares company that manufactures authentic campfire, kitchen, and fireplace products for families of yesterday, today, and for generations to come. Jacob Bromwell was founded in 1819 on the promise to produce authentic, handcrafted housewares that deliver a unique American experience for explorers, adventurers, homemakers, and traditionalists everywhere. This mission rings true today, over 190 years later.  Our genuine, old-fashioned products help Americans experience the simple and genuine American past.
(Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Bowl Pictured Above)
Features Of The Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Popper Include:
  • Detachable handle for easy storing
  • Wood handle keeps your hand cool
  • Dimension 5" x 8" x 24 9/16"
  • Use it over an open fire , fireplace or your stove top
Our Experience
As I've mentioned before, our family enjoys weekly movie nights, we all love gathering on the sofa once a week for a some family time and a great new movie! Of course, it wouldn't be a family movie night without great snacks, right?! Popcorn is definitely a family favorite, and we've found a fun new way to pop up our favorite treat on movie nights!

The Jocob Bromwell Popcorn Popper offers the kid's a cool peek into the past, back to the day's when microwave popcorn simply didn't exist. The process of making it is actually pretty fun too! We chose to  use the Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Popper on our stove, though it can also be used on an open fire as well (which would be great for camping!). By simply heating up a couple tablespoons of oil, adding our popcorn kernels to the hot oil,  replacing the lid, and shaking it over the heat, our treat was ready in no time at all!  After it was finished we poured it all out into the Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Bowl, which easily holds enough popcorn for the entire family. The kid's really enjoyed getting creative by adding some of their favorite toppings (white cheddar powder for B and butter for the princess) before sitting down to the movie.

Both products offer incredible quality and a  fun Old World charm that the entire family is sure to enjoy!

You can find the Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Popper and Popcorn Bowl at select retailer's and online at:
One Lucky Reader will receive a Jacob Bromwell Popcorn Popper and Popcorn Bowl (pictured above)!

DISCLOSURE: A product sample was provided for review/giveaway purposes. I am not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.


  1. I would like the Frontier Frying Pan and the old fashioned mini grill. Those would be perfect for us when we go camping!

    Ravish30 at aol dot com

  2. I would love the coloma colander.

  3. I would like an Authentic Campfire Oven

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  4. I'd like the: All American Flour Sifter!
    alissa4illustration AT hotmail DOT COM

  5. I really like the Signature Chestnut Roaster. Roasted chestnuts taste so much better when they are freshly roasted! Thanks Sarah!

  6. I would love to try their Lexington Hand Grater and their Pioneer Folding Toaster.

    Thanks for the great giveaway. ~Pauline

  7. I would love to have their Authentic Campfire Oven

  8. I like the bridger fireplace shovel from jacob bromwell, right now I use a dust pan which is not very effective
    love there choices
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

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  10. Would love to have the Legendary Hand Grater

  11. I would really like to have the All American Sifter.

  12. I love the Coloma Colander. Love the way it looks!

    lauren reynolds

  13. I really like the Coloma Collander, reminds me of what we had used in our house growing up.

  14. i'd like morgan's famous grater
    nannypanpan at

  15. I would like the Heritage Cookie Sheet. We make tons of cookies in this house...
    anita dot truck at gmail dot com

    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com