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Unread 07-25-2013, 12:22 PM   #46
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I use a Whirly-Pop as well and I love it. I've been using Coconut oil lately and I am hooked, with butter and salt. For an added kick I throw in some "flamin' hot" Cheetos and mini pretzels. Yum!
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Well it is an office without a kitchen, so I don't have a lot of choice.
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Love bbq rub on popcorn but never sticks well. Any tips beyond dousing w butter? I'm sure someone will say mustard.

Wonder if you mixed bbq rub into the melted butter. Then pour the mixture on the corn. Might stick better.
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just had a bowlful with salt and shredded Parmesan ...OutStanding!!!
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you have NEVER made popcorn??

not even Jiffy Pop??
As a kid, we ate Jiffy Pop. It was fun to watch, then eat. I've just never made popcorn in a regular pan or pot. I'm liking that Whirley-Pop thing. It doesn't cost much, so I may need to get one.

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As a kid, we ate Jiffy Pop. It was fun to watch, then eat. I've just never made popcorn in a regular pan or pot. I'm liking that Whirley-Pop thing. It doesn't cost much, so I may need to get one.

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just had a bowlful with salt and shredded Parmesan ...OutStanding!!!
Try it without the salt N8, I found Parmesan to be salty enough by itself!
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This is how we do it at our house. A little App before the meat hits the grill.
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Im old school salt and butter as my favorite made on the stove top of course. My favorite is browned butter when melting the butter let it go a little longer till its browned talk about a different aspect to popcorn
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Gosh. My popper is a brown paper sack. Just dump in what I want and microwave it on high till its done. I'm partial to butter and salt, but a good dose of Cajun spice is great too.
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N8, a new one, I saw the container of vanilla bean sugar and thought "Why not"
Good for when you want something sweet!
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I use a stir crazy electric popper with olive oil and sprinkle some old bay seasoning and everglades seasoning on it fresh out the popper. I also enjoy the good old salt and butter also.
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12" cast iron skillet
lid that fits (from my late mother's hodgepodge collection)
2 tbsp peanut oil (my preference) or olive oil (if I am going to season it with LAWRY'S SEASONED SALT) or corn oil (an homage to mom).
1/4 or 1/2 cup popcorn (whatever amount would create a single layer of kernels on the bottom of the skillet.

I can do this on a gas or electric burner.
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