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Sometimes just butter, sometimes cheddar cheese powder, and most recently, smoked paprika. 

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yum,I will try this tonight

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@Carmie wrote:

Hot caramel made with real butter and peanuts


@Carmie Mmmm, like homemade Cracker Jacks

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off topic....but i need to buy a popcorn popper.....any suggestions.....thank you.....

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You should try the popcorn sprinkle seasonings by Kernel.  They come in White Cheddar, Nacho Cheddar, Butter, Ranch, Garlic Parmesan and Bacon Cheddar.  I especially like the Bacon Cheddar which I have also used on my wscrambled eggs and salads.

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I don't use butter, but I do like pepper on mine.

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I pop in corn oil on the stove.  Never butter and I never use salt outright.  I use BBQ seasoning that isn't too spicy but has brown sugar in it.  Sometimes I'll add a little more sugar to it to get that sweet/spicy taste.  Also, sometime I'll uses spices in seasoning packets intended to be used as marinades and adjust to my taste.

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Nutritional yeast, McCormick blends (Smokehouse Maple, Barbecue, Cajun).  Good stuff!

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i'm a purist, i air pop and then use spray butter(i know) and salt.

if i use the electric stirrer one, i use butter flavored coconut oil and then spray butter and salt.

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@nana59 wrote:

off topic....but i need to buy a popcorn popper.....any suggestions.....thank you.....


I bought a Popco Silicone Microwave popcorn popper for my microwave, and it's great. It's under $15 and works great. Any unpopped kernels you can pop back in as you finish your popcorn and they'll pop up too. I find that after about three minutes and a bit more in my 1000 watt microwave I have to pull it even if the popping persists or it'll start to burn, but any unpopped kernels can then be popped once you've eaten the popped ones. 

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