Colonel Popcorn Micro Popper – Film Brain

Film Brain tries to make his own popcorn. It doesn’t go exactly as planned.

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  1. Sigh… as long as Film Brain doesn’t begin to go down the same with that other reviewer- whatever was his name- with the multiple and repeated dumb 7 days diets ”review-things”.

  2. didn’t know brain was a blockbuster fan.

  3. Here’s what you do:

    Scrap the fancy contraptions. Just use a nice big stock pot, but use a splatter guard instead of a lid. Heat the kernels on medium-high, while shaking constantly.

  4. No!!

    This is the best popcorn and explanation for its procedure ever:

    Alton Brown never steers you wrong, and you can ignore the salt and use sugar or a mix of salt and sugar (kettle corn, very popular in the States). I make inexpensive premium popcorn at home now, and all I need to do is buy the bag of popping corn and I have everything else.

    Popping corn is never about the “time.” You listen to the pops. Alton Brown tells you, as does every microwave bag of popcorn I’ve never read in my youth: stop it as soon as the pops are separated by 2-3 seconds to avoid burning the popcorn. You’ll have some unpopped ones, but it’s worth it to have non-burnt, fluffy lovelies to eat for cheap. 🙂

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