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Fashionable Kid Girl Letter Print T Shirt
Fashionable Kid Girl Letter Print T Shirt Review
Shannon Lastowski "Queen of Caffeine": Not exactly a winning combination.I purchased this model here on Amazon a few years ago. While it looks fun and pops decently, the nonstick coating has been flaking off. Knowing what we know now, about using high heats with non stick coatings...well...you can imagine my not wanting to serve the popcorn made in this to kids.Perhaps it's more in my head than in my popcorn bowl, but I'm just not crazy about Stir Crazy.
Sharon Markowitz "Fruit Tree Gal": I've tried two types of microwave cornpoppers that would leave a lot of cornels uppopped.Last week I sent for this and to my suprise it came a day early. But that is only the tip of the iceburg.This cornpopper popped all of the cornels.The only bad part is my dogs give me the stare down and I have to share the popcorn with them. And yes, I do hand feed the popcorn to my dogs. But th en again I toss it to them.
Sharon R. Oliver: I love this popcorn maker. Now I don't have a lot of unpopped kernals left. This product is so easy to use. Plus I can make my popcorn anyway I want.
SharpFocus Photo: These are now made in China so the quality of the materials is like there baby formula not so good.The first one of these I owned lasted for three years, and the second one six months.The last one I purchased lasted a week.We have actually moved away from purchasing this Item all together.
shri "reader and cook": My first popcorn popper survived over ten years of twice-a-week popping until my 10-yr-old dropped the lid and broke it. When I first read about the Stir Crazy, I thought it was a gimmick. One more thing to break - but I ordered one anyway because there wasn't much selection. What a great move! Microwave popcorn is convenient, but it has a tendency to burn if you don't watch it. The Stir Crazy is great. Dribble some oil in, add my favorite "premium" popcorn, plug it in, and pretty much every kernel pops every time. Like others, I leave the top open to let the steam escape so that the popcorn is more tender - I flip and empty the popper as soon as the popping stops for the same reason - and the results are reliably great. Use that idle microwave to melt the butter. A quick swirl with the OXO Nylon Palm Soap Brush, and the parts are clean. By the way, the revolving arm does wear off a circle of the non-stick stuff, but that's what the raised ring is supposed to do (it sacrifices itself to protect the main popping surface)!So, I started skeptical, sad to have lost my reliable popper, but there's no looking back for me.