No matter which brand you buy, microwave popcorn never tastes as good as its movie theater counterpart. Even if you pop it yourself on the stovetop and drizzle it with real butter, it doesn't have the same flavor. That's because movie theaters don't use real butter—their popco ...more
Microwave popcorn promises so much—a tasty, relatively healthy snack that's ready in minutes—yet it rarely delivers. Most of the time you'll end up with a scorched bagful or a bunch of stubborn un-popped kernels, but it doesn't have to be that way. With a few simple tricks, it ...more
We've all seen the popcorn cell phone video. Now, we have the exclusive inside into how those videos were created. A microwave magnetron is strapped covertly to the bottom of the table. Then the prank is ready. Gather the phones and wait for the exciting reactions.
Just because your XBOX 360 account isn't linked to your Netflix or Hulu account doesn't mean you can't catch up with the latest episode of "Gossip Girl." In fact, you can stream movies and TV shows from either website by simply installing a program called PlayOn on your networ ...more
Do you ever crave that old cinema classic, caramel popcorn, at home? Well, with this video, you can learn how to make the yummy treat in less than 5 minutes! Throw some nuts in there and you have your very own homemade version of Cracker Jack! Enjoy, and don't forget the napki ...more
It's easy to grab a box of pre-prepared microwave popcorn at the grocery store. Yet with so much salt, butter, and other unpronounceable ingredients, microwave popcorn can go from a healthy snack to a complicated one. Even if you resolve to pop your own popcorn with the minds ...more
For your next home movie night, pop some fresh popcorn without using those microwave bags. Learn how you can build a simple popcorn popper made from a soda, beer, or any aluminum can. You can use this in a camp fire, on top of a candle or simply on your stove. Check out this h ...more
There are three huge benefits to microwave popcorn: it's quick, it's delicious, and it's cheap. But there's a way to make popcorn that's better, more delicious, and cheaper than the microwave variety. And oh yeah, quite a bit healthier. Like anyone who enjoys movies and salty ...more
Cinemark may not be as big as AMC Theatres, but it also has a subscription if you want cheaper access to movie tickets. There aren't as many theaters, but if there's no AMC around you, there will likely be a Cinemark to save the day. But is the price of its Movie Club plan wor ...more
Improve you crocheting skills by learning decorative stitches. This how to video is a crocheting tutorial that will show you how to do the popcorn stitch. Crochet several rows of the popcorn stitch to create larger yarn projects.
Calling all popcorn fanatics: we know a bit of drizzled butter is all that's needed to make a delicious bowl of your favorite finger food, but we've got some interesting mash-ups of flavors that we think you should try the next time you veg out on your couch for another Netfli ...more
Most of us are used to just grabbing a bag and throwing it in the microwave when we want popcorn. It's easy, convenient, and requires little to no cleanup. But what about those times when you're away from home and don't have access to a microwave? You can buy a popcorn popper ...more
Watching a movie on your laptop again? Well, make some popcorn to go with that with this USB popcorn maker. With a little electronics know-how, you can easily get popping in no time!
This easy "recipe" requires just two ingredients: popcorn and caramel bits. Caramel bits are made for melting, and they take all the work out of making caramel-based anything. If you've ever made caramel before, the result is delicious, but it's often hot and sticky work—in mo ...more
Watch this first 'tutorial'.FauxTo! Hoax! Con! May 28, 2008, this video was uploaded to YouTube illustrating the popcorn popping power of a circle of ringing mobile phones. Radiation. Amazing. Viral. Millions viewed. Back in 2006, BoingBoing, Diggers, and others had fallen fo ...more
Checking out this knitting and crochet how-to video from wonderhowto.com. Get advice on how to make a raggae rasta slouch popcorn cap.
According to Ryan Lawler over at GigaOM, automatic editing of that ridiculous amount of video and photos you've collected on your phone is the next big frontier for apps. While I disagree with his statement that “Frankly, no one enjoys manually creating or editing videos”, (I ...more
In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to remove popcorn and re-spray knockdown texture. First of all you will need to cover the floor and any hangings from the ceiling like chandeliers with plastic covering. Then you need to scrape off the areas on the ceilin ...more
With the carcinogenic additives in today's microwave popcorn, we at HoopajooLabs.com have developed a method of microwaving popcorn that is healthier, cheaper and (in the opinions of our test tasters) tastier. A delicious and healthy treat for about $0.10 that just about anyon ...more
Sometimes, you come across a recipe or a food hack and think, "That is the weirdest thing I have ever heard of; who would make that?" That was my initial reaction when I read Food52's piece about popcorn milkshakes. But after a bit more consideration, I decided that popcorn i ...more
Popcorn makes a great snack. Make popcorn healthy by leaving out the butter and adding herbs and spices. In this how to video Chef Paul explains how to accentuate the taste of popcorn with a little flavor.
Sick of that popcorn ceiling that's been hanging above you sinc e the early 80's? Get rid of it, and do it yourself, DIY-style. In video, grab some tips on how to go about removing popcorn ceiling texture and acoustic texture from your ceilings.
Sure, store bought microwave popcorn is cheap. But according to Hoopajoo Labs, you can get 50 bags of popping corn out of a $0.99 bag of kernels! Watch the video below or click through for the Instructable. You Will Need: 1/4 cup of popping corn 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive ...more
Caramel popcorn is a great American tradition - whether you are at the ballgame or the movie theatre, everyone loves this tasty treat! In this tutorial, Betty shows you how to make this sweet and salty staple at home, fresh out of the oven. So, grab a blanket, your favourite f ...more
Add an old-fashioned touch to this year’s Christmas tree by decorating it with popcorn-and-cranberry garlands. You will need: popcorn a tapestry needle heavy-duty sewing thread, waxing dental floss, or fishing wire fresh cranberries air-popper drop cloths narrow-gauge floral ...more
Many acoustical or popcorn ceilings that were put in, in the 1970's, contained asbestos. If you are unsure about the contents of the ceiling take a piece and put it in a plastic bag and send it to a lab for testing. Once you know that the ceiling is asbestos free and you are r ...more
Check out this how-to video to learn the correct way to operate a popcorn machine. Make sure you always unplug your popcorn machine before you do any kind of cleaning. It will take about three or four minutes before your pop corn is finished popping. When the corn is almost do ...more
Handmade Christmas decorations make a great family activity. Learn how to make popcorn Christmas garland to hang on the Christmas tree in this free holiday craft video. Part 1 of 16 - How to Make a popcorn Christmas garland. Make a popcorn Christmas garland - Part 2 of 16. Cli ...more
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the best offensive footballers in the world, and makes great use of this move, called a Popcorn, to flick the ball into the air and get a nastier angle on his shot. This video will teach you how to do the move if you have the skills, it is quite ch ...more
Watch this detailed demonstration of how to make a crochet popcorn stitch.
A trip to the movies simply isn't complete without a nice big tub of buttery popcorn. Salty and crunchy, it's the perfect complement to the much more sugary treats offered at movie theater concession stands, and tastes great when washed down with a can of Coke. If you're a bi ...more
You don't have to live with that unsightly popcorn ceiling anymore! If you want to get rid of the popcorn ceiling your home, you can do it with just a small amount of equipment and the willingness to deal with some hard work. This video will show you how to remove popcorn ceil ...more
This recipe is simply the best use of popcorn, peanut butter, sugar and butter. Watch this video and learn how to make peanut butter popcorn balls.
Sure, you can stick a lumpy little packet into the microwave and punch a few buttons. But once you learn to pop your own corn on the stove, you'll never want the fake-tasting kind again. It might seem like an overly old-timey way to make popcorn, but the results are worth it. ...more
Popcorn garland is a classic holiday decoration for your Christmas tree. Try these tips to make stringing your popcorn garland easier, and see alternative decorations to add sparkle to your garland.
Jessica Bard demonstrates how to make homemade caramel popcorn. To make the popcorn, heat some oil in a pan until it is nice and hot. Add the popcorn, put the lid on and keep shaking the pot as the popcorn pops. When the popping stops, pour it into a greased bowl. To make the ...more
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Remember the oh so delicious buttery popcorn you could only get at the movie theater? You can actually make popcorn that tastes this good right in your own home. All you need are the right ingredients and a little practice. Once you try this delectable snack, you will never ea ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make caramel popcorn. You will need: popcorn popper with popcorn kernels, large bowl, 1 cube butter, 2.5 c brown sugar, 1 c corn syrup, and 1 can condensed milk First, place all the ingredients into a pan and turn it up to high heat. Stir this ...more
Ken shows viewers how to make popcorn the old fashioned way! First, you should put some oil in a pot on the stove on about high. Get a bag of popcorn kernels and pour them into the oil in the pan. Shake this mixture up together, making sure all off them mix well. Now, you shou ...more
Caramel popcorn is a delicious treat any time of the day, and in this video you will learn how to make it from scratch! This recipe makes a yummy, buttery, sticky batch of baked popcorn. You will never buy your popcorn at the store again! (Video note: I forgot to mention that ...more
Lasers really can do everything! Next time you want some popcorn, don't reach for one of those microwaveable bags! You can mod a laser to make it the ideal tool for perfectly popping a delicious, fluffy batch of fresh popcorn.
Ok, so here’s this weeks DirtSalad video. It’s about making popcorn. Why? Well, my girlfriend Kristin is a therapeutic chef and typically cooks or prepares meal plans for people that are trying to prevent cancer, heart disease or diabetes by using foods as medicine. In this vi ...more
This dessert recipe for popcorn cake shown in this how-to video is simple enough for kids to make. You will need half a cup of un-popped popcorn, a dash of salt, four cups marshmallows, half a cup of margarine, and two thirds cup of candy-coated chocolates. Popcorn cakes are d ...more
Beetles are not widely considered edible in the United States, but are a great source of protein and really taste okay when prepared correctly. Watch this video to learn three such preparations: dry-roasted beetles for soups, rootworm beetle dip, and popcorn crunch with beetles.
Get rid of that outdated popcorn ceiling without having to hire a professional! In this video, Acoustic Removed demonstrates the acoustic popcorn ceiling removal procedure. Get the look you want for inside your home with guidance from experts.
This is a wonderfully simple method of kernel popping. Our pal Loup226 came up with this Coke can mod. It's a perfect anti-kitchen appliance. Pop corn anywhere there's flame: candle-top, campfire or car engine! Oh yeah. October is in fact Popcorn Popping Month... officially. ...more
Even though Christmas and the winter holidays have now passed, January is just as chilly and requires equal amounts of hot chocolate and steaming hot baked goods from the oven to warm your kids up after getting a good chill outside. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to bake ...more
Had enough of microwavable popcorn? Make your own! It's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about three minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started mak ...more
These tasty little popcorn treats resembling brains are easy to make and lots of fun. Impress the little ones with your food humor. Taste this Marshmallow and Popcorn Brain Balls recipe. Make marshmallow and popcorn brain balls. Click through to watch this video on videojug.com
In this video series, our expert will teach you how to make popcorn Christmas garland for your Christmas decorations this year. Get tips on what type of popcorn to use, how to thread the needle and where to stick the popcorn with the needle. Part 1 of 15 - How to Make popcorn ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make raw mock popcorn chicken. The video provides all the ingredients required to make raw mock popcorn chicken. The ingredients include: sliced mushrooms, seasoning of choice and grounded flax seed. To make raw mock popcorn chicken ...more
Start with some freshly popped popcorn (use an air popper or make some on the stove, don't use microwaveable popcorn). Then mix with thick caramel and corn syrup. Add your favorite flavorings and goodies, like mini marshmallows or vanilla extract. Make your own popcorn balls w ...more
How to save money by cooking your popcorn on the stove Start by taking a large pot and put it on the stove to begin heating. Put oil in the pan. You will put in 1/3 as much oil as you put in popcorn. So if you put in one cup of popcorn you will put in 1/3 of a cup of oil. The ...more
Here's a healthy and delicious snack you can make easily. If you know how to make fresh popcorn on your stove (or have an air popper), here's how you can make the coating and then form it together into popcorn balls.
This video will show you how to make Homemade popcorn. I Sooo Love making my Popcorn Homemade instead of Microwave popcorn. You should Try it. You wil like it! Video: .
Make popcorn the way your grandparents made it! This is a healthier alternative to microwave popcorn, and also lets you decide what flavors you want to add. You can make a traditional popcorn the old fashioned way using your kitchen stove.
Measure corn and oil into a large pot. A heavy-bottom pot is best, but any pot will work. Cover the pot with the lid and turn the burner's heat to Medium. If your pot's lid is tight and doesn't allow steam to escape leave it slightly ajar. Gently shake the pot to evenly spre ...more
If I had to guess, I'd say your waffle maker is probably collecting dust on the highest shelf in your kitchen, or deep in some cabinet you haven't opened in years. And that's assuming you even have a waffle maker. Most people don't make waffles often enough to own an applianc ...more
Ralph Waldo Emerson once observed that "the seed of science" was "wonder," and taking a look at this nine-layer liquid tower from Steve Spangler's Sick Science! channel, one can't help but do just that — wonder. How is this possible? Is this magic or what? While it's not exac ...more