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« Reply #20 on: February 27, 2012 02:24:41 PM »

These all sound DIVINE.

And I like that not all the recipes have margerine/butter. I like to have popcorn as a study snack and leaving greasy fingerprints all over my super pricey university textbooks and papers isn't the most desirable thing!
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« Reply #21 on: February 29, 2012 09:07:54 AM »

I think I now want an air popper even more than before--these all sound fantastic.
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« Reply #22 on: February 29, 2012 10:26:11 AM »

I got my air popper from Ross of all places! I love looking at their kitchen stuff. Cheesy

ETA: Although I just saw a really cool style in a magazine, after it pops it, it keeps it in a clear bowl type thing that is part of the machine (unlike mine which shoots it out into a bowl I put under it) and then there is a button to turn a mixer on so you can mix up the flavorings you pour in!

Found it! Ok, more expensive than my $12 Ross one! Cheesy

http://popcornairpopper.us/cuisinart-cpm-950-easy-pop-plus-popcorn-maker-red
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« Reply #23 on: March 01, 2012 05:03:10 PM »

I got my air popper from Ross of all places! I love looking at their kitchen stuff. Cheesy

ETA: Although I just saw a really cool style in a magazine, after it pops it, it keeps it in a clear bowl type thing that is part of the machine (unlike mine which shoots it out into a bowl I put under it) and then there is a button to turn a mixer on so you can mix up the flavorings you pour in!

Found it! Ok, more expensive than my $12 Ross one! Cheesy

http://popcornairpopper.us/cuisinart-cpm-950-easy-pop-plus-popcorn-maker-red

I want one! Ours is literally..26 years old. Still works, but about a third of the popcorn comes whizzing out and either burns you, or gets all over the floor and counters.
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« Reply #24 on: March 10, 2012 12:34:59 AM »

I have an old air popper, that shoots popcorn every which way. I find that enough gets in the bowl to feed us and the dog simply loves cleaning up the popcorn that ends up on the floor. I would say it is probably one of his favorite times. P-O-P-C-O-R-N!
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« Reply #25 on: August 25, 2012 06:29:26 PM »

 My husband likes dill seasoning and salt. I like a drizzle of olive oil, and liberal grindings of sea salt and cracked black pepper. I once did a drizzle of dark chocolate and then sea salt, put in fridge to harden. OMG. Doesn't travel well but so good.
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« Reply #26 on: August 26, 2012 08:16:06 AM »

Jalepeno powder and sea salt (ground, not chunky salt otherwise you'll just get a bunch of salt at the bottom of your bowl).

You can have your microwave-convenient air popcorn by popping 1/3 cup of popcorn inside a brown paper bag. No need to get appliances or pans out. Comes out perfect every time. Just fold the top firmly so it doesn't bust open. You can even re-use the bags if you're environmentally touchy, or give the bags to your gerbils to play with (if you had gerbils, which I do). I prefer adding a tiny bit of oil so flavor or salt will actually stick to the popcorn. A drizzle isn't going to kill anyone.
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