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100 Cotton Cartoon Cows Long Sleeve White Baby Jumpsuit
100 Cotton Cartoon Cows Long Sleeve White Baby Jumpsuit Review
Etude: Pros: popcorn pops lightning fast, in less than 5 minutes for even a large batch. It also never burns a single kernel, and leaves relatively few unpopped. Very easy to clean, with a smooth non-stick finish on the base. The lid is its own bowl, too, which makes for easy turnover when you don't want to burn yourself by pouring the freshly popped popcorn into a new container.Cons: kernels seem to scrape the bottom sometimes when they get stuck under the unit's rotating arm, causing some scuff marks and removing some of the non-stick finish. Instruction manual is quite vague, and determining how much and what kind of popcorn to use at one time is a try-and-see ordeal.
Finbarr: This corn popper works quickly and leaves no un- popped kernels. Since it only requires a tablespoon of oil, it is a healthy snack.I would buy this again.
Fred Mealio: I have had this type corn popper for several years and purchased the last one as a replacement of my old one, the top got cracked when I dropped it. This is the best corn popper I have ever had, it works good and the corn is much better than the micro oven type.
Georgia Girl: This is out second Stir Crazy, the previous one lasted only 15 years :-) The ability to melt the butter while popping is a great feature, although fattening. Most of the kernels pop, even with cheap store brand popcorn. Am glad West Bend didn't try to improve something that already is perfect. Even the quality has not deteriorated that much from 15 years ago.
Glenn: Had the Sun Beam for over 10 years and the Teflon finally came off. The Stir Crazy is an exact duplicate of my old Sunbeam (wonder if they bought the company or the patten) This is the greatest popcorn popper, Doesn't ever burn the corn, but take the popped corn out as soon as its finished popping. Keep it clean. The thumb screw that holds the metal rod needs to be removed and cleaned too each time you use it or it could harbor bacteria. My trick to making a perfect batch is to add the oil and preheat it with one kernel in it. When that pops, add the rest of the corn and put the cover on. The instructions say to add the oil and corn at the same time. Ive always preheated the oil even in pan popping. It just works better. Regardless, you will have a perfect batch of popcorn in a matter of seconds, and clean up is quick and easy.... just don't forget to keep the stirring rod and the thumb screw clean too. I did subtract one star because the power cord is just a bit too short for me. A little longer and it would be easier to place on the counter top.