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Make Movie Theater Popcorn From Home

Make Movie Theater Popcorn From Home

By Luke Anderson

Is it just me, or is popcorn always better at the movie theater? No offense to Mr. Redenbacher, but tossing a bag in the microwave just doesn’t yield the same results. Well if you watch a lot of movies at home and are looking for a way to bring that authentic theater popcorn taste to your living room, then check out the Retro Hot-Oil Popcorn Maker.

This looks and functions just like a miniature of the popcorn maker you’d see behind the counter at your local theater. The key to getting the popcorn just right is that stainless-steel kettle with built-in stirring mechanism. It even includes a measuing spoon for oil and measuring cup for the kernels, so you get just the right amount of each. Of course you’ll need to eat a lot of popcorn to justify the $100 price tag.

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  • http://www.gadgetlike.com Gadgetlike

    I love these retro-gadgets. Have you seen the Bluetooth phone receiver that looks like a 1940s phone?

  • Opie and Anthony

    This has been in the inflight catalogs of airplanes for close to a decade, or something that looks exactly like it and is the same size… why is this news?

  • JB

    IIRC, Mr. Redenbacher's firm was one of the last to produce microwave popcorn. He refused to allow it until a bag could be produced that met his criteria.

    Nonetheless, all microwave popcorn tastes like salted styrofoam when compared to the real thing.

  • JB

    IIRC, Mr. Redenbacher's firm was one of the last to produce microwave popcorn. He refused to allow it until a bag could be produced that met his criteria.

    Nonetheless, all microwave popcorn tastes like salted styrofoam when compared to the real thing.

  • JB

    IIRC, Mr. Redenbacher's firm was one of the last to produce microwave popcorn. He refused to allow it until a bag could be produced that met his criteria.

    Nonetheless, all microwave popcorn tastes like salted styrofoam when compared to the real thing.