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Toddler Girl Sweet Letter Print Pullovers
Toddler Girl Sweet Letter Print Pullovers Review
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.
S. Jentsch: If you're going to make popcorn outside of a microwave, this is the way to do it!Microwave still wins for the convenience and cleanup factor, but popcorn is definitely better-tasting when popped like this, and you can use real butter instead of the mystery substance used in microwave popcorn bags.The clear dome works great as a popcorn bowl (just remember to put the plastic lid back on), but melting butter separately and applying it is easier than trying to melt it on the top of the bowl while popping.Clean-up is easy, and you never burn any kernals due to the stirring rod that is always in motion. Making multiple batches is also easy since you can easily refill with oil and popcorn and go.Microwave popcorn is quick, and comes with it's own carrying bag, but when you want to do popcorn right, the Stir Crazy is the best way to go!
Square: I actually bought this to roast coffee in but the popcorn came in first so I gave it 'a whirl'. I love it! It couldn't be easier and the several batches of popcorn I've made came out perfect. Simple to use, easy to clean. As simple, cheap delight in life.** I decided not to use this 'double duty' as I'm afraid the acids/oils from roasting coffee will stain the lid and all the popcorn will come out smelling tasting of coffee (not that that's a bad thing but...). So, I roast the coffee in a pan on the stove with success and this machine is dedicated to making popcorn only.