How to Build a Popcorn Bar

Are you looking for a special treat for your guests at your next party or reception? Consider setting up a popcorn bar, which are currently all the rage. They’re perfect for anything from house parties to weddings. It’s a real crowd pleaser because everyone loves popcorn! Popcorn bars are easy to set up, fairly inexpensive, and popcorn itself is incredibly versatile. Here are some tips that will help you set up a popcorn bar that all your guests will love.
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How to Make Microwave Popcorn in a Brown Paper Bag

It’s so easy to pop popcorn in the microwave! All you need to do is put the bag on the turntable and wait for it to finish popping. The next time you want to make popcorn, skip the store-bought versions and try this easy paper bag method instead.
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Where Does Popcorn Come From?

Have you ever wondered where popcorn comes from? When I was a kid, I used to think that I could dry out the corn kernels from my summertime corn-on-the-cob and use them to make popcorn. When I finally got the guts to dry out the kernels and pop them, they burned and got stuck to the bottom of the pan.

As it turns out, the corn that we typically eat is different than the kernels that become popcorn. There’s only one variety of maize that will make it – Zea mays everta. Though it looks like a typical corn kernel, this particular variety is the only one that has the ability to pop and turn into a delicious snack.
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5 Ways to Serve Popcorn at Easter

If you’re looking for something different to serve your guests this Easter, you might want to give popcorn a second look. Popcorn is a lot more versatile than people think! Sure, you can pop some popcorn and let your guests munch on it as they wait for Easter dinner, but why not make popcorn the star ingredient? Here are some ideas for ways you can serve popcorn at your Easter table:
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