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Nostalgia Electric Theather Popcorn Maker

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    This fun & easy to use Nostalgia Electric Theater Popcorn Maker is a popcorn maker & bucket in one. Makes up to 24 cups of popcorn per batch. Motorized stirrer keeps popcorn from burning. Flip the popcorn maker over & the lid becomes a bowl. 12'' x 10.5'' x 10.15''.

    • Imported
    • Hand Wash
    • Metal
    • Plastic
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    • Size No Size, UPC 082677307231 , Price $27.49
    Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by EXACTLY what I wanted I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this popcorn maker. I bought one of the "movie" style makers that the popcorn popped itself out of, and at least half of the kernels never popped--although the popcorn was very tasty. This popcorn maker pops nearly every kernel! We use butter flavored coconut oil, and I wait until it's melted to add the kernels and the plastic top. Make sure you unplug the machine and flip the device over to remove the popcorn from the heated element or it will burn. If you burn it--that's operator error, not mechanical problems. Super easy to use, super easy to clean, makes great tasting popcorn seasoned with what you like the way you like. January 11, 2014
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