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How to Pop All Popcorn Kernels: Leaving No Kernel Unpopped!

Sometimes the little things in life are what we find to be the most frustrating. Take the act of making popcorn. Whether using a stovetop, microwave or store-bought popcorn machine, at the end of a popcorn popping endeavor, there always seems to be at least a handful of unpopped kernels left at the bottom of the cooking vessel. Unpopped kernels can be an unwelcome and somewhat painful surprise if they should find their way to your teeth. It’s also a shame when leftover kernels end up in the garbage instead of your mouth in popped form. For snack vendors and concession business owners, discarded unpopped kernels translate into dollars and cents. But steps can be taken to greatly improve the...

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Which Popcorn Machine Is Right for Me?

6 Questions for Evaluating Poppers If you’re thinking about buying a popcorn machine, the amount of options can seem overwhelming. Don’t worry! With six simple questions, we can help point you in the right direction.   1. Where will the popper be used? Think about your venue. Is it a small or large venue? For example, is your venue a stadium or restaurant? Will there be a large or small crowd? These factors will determine what type of popper you get.   2. Who will be operating the popper? This is important to ask because it will determine what features your popcorn machine will have. If a volunteer is operating the popper, the machine needs to be easy to understand...

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What is the difference between Butterfly & Mushroom Popcorn?

VS. What is Butterfly Popcorn? Type of popcorn traditionally used for movie theatre popcorn and other buttery corn or kettle corn. When popped, it bursts into a delicate shape with many protruding “wings.” This popcorn cannot withstand the force needed to coat popcorn with heavier candy flavors, and so is not typically used for caramel or cheese corn. Choose from our Theatre Grade Popcorn Equipment & Supplies for THEATRE POPCORN at your home, business, movie theatre, gas station, supermarket, sports arena, carnival, specialty food store/chain, theme park, restaurant, zoo, museum, art gallery, catering, golf club, country club, fair, camp, educational facility, gift shop, roller rink, ice cream shop, bowling alley, mini putt, netflix and chill night, party rental, event, or national exhibition....

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How to make a Sno Ball Sundae?

 Treat your concession customers to a fruity delight in this simple snow cone treat! Ingredients Ice Sno-Kone® Syrups with AllCane® or Hawaii’s Finest® Flavor Concentrate of choice Vanilla Ice Cream Fruit toppings of choice Whipped Cream Nuts Cherries   Directions Fill a Hawaii’s Finest® Styrofoam cup 1/2 full of shaved ice Add Sno-Kone® Syrup or Hawaii’s Finest® Flavor Concentrate flavor of choice. Add 1 oz. of soft-serve ice cream or scoop of vanilla ice cream Add any additional ice or top with favorite Sno-Kone ® Syrup or Hawaii’s Finest® if desired.

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How to Make a Yummy Strawberry Cream Sno-Kone at Home or Concession Stand!

  Easy to make right at home! Start by putting ice in a blender and pureeing it until it is finely chopped. Fill your cup full of the ice, add your favorite strawberry flavoring, then add evaporated milk right on top and enjoy!   Concession Customers with Sno Kone Equipment & Supplies: Treat your concession customers to a fruity delight in this simple snow cone treat! Ingredients Ice Strawberry 4L Sno-Kone Syrup  or Strawberry 750ml Sno-Kone Bottle Evaporated Milk   Directions Shave ice into Sno-Kone cup Pour the ready-to-use Sno-Kone syrup over the ice Add the evaporated milk right on top of the Sno-Kone or shave ice   Get Creative and try your own recipes with other flavours.      ...

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