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Synonyms for popcorn

corn having small ears and kernels that burst when exposed to dry heat

small kernels of corn exploded by heat

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If you are considering popcorn on a very large scale, you can store shelled kernels in enclosed bins with forced-air ventilation.
Dry the popcorn on the cobs for a few weeks after harvest, then remove the kernels and put them in airtight containers in the freezer.
In addition, many home electric poppers operate 75-100 degrees colder than the stovetop popper and "puff pop" the corn, producing popcorn that's half-popped and chewy.
and Europe, popcorn is identified with movies and served with butter and salt, or in some regions with sugar and vinegar.
Measures such as pericarp thickness have been used in the past to assess popcorn quality.
The Dolton, Illinois-based company started out in a small storefront and successfully sold its popcorn in bulk.
Positioned directly across from Hershey's flagship store and The W Hotel, Popcorn Indiana should be extremely successful.
Popcorn, an author, home product designer and founder of a futurist marketing consultancy called BrainReserve, coined the term "cocooning" to describe consumers' predictable reaction to an ever more complex and threatening environment.
Toss popcorn with 2 Tablespoons chili powder, 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes, and 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder.
All I did to make this recipe is put some stuff together with popcorn, and there it was
TODAY we continue our Kids Fun Fortnight with a FREE bag of MacCorns sweet popcorn for every reader.
When Americans think popcorn, they invariably conjure images of buttery tubs of movie theater fare.
The American Dental Association also includes popcorn on its list of recommended sugar-free snacks.
Corn originated on this continent, and popcorn (one of five types of corn) was probably the first type grown.
Popcorn farming, now done mainly in the Midwest, may increase to major proportions in the Pacific Northwest.