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Referring to a radiologic or pathologic finding that simulates solitary kernels of ‘popped corn’
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Popcorn is marketed three ways: processor-contracted acreage, open-market sales and local sales.
Popcorn is best when frozen because the reaction between the cold corn and the hot oil will yield more popped kernels and more evenly sized popcorn.
Popcorn is one of the oldest American foods and has had a significant role in our history.
According to a Popcorn Pulse survey by Jolly Time, nine of 10 respondents watch TV or movies while munching, and 24 percent crunch while on the computer.
Genetically engineering popcorn or chemically modifying the pericarp to generate the best crystalline structure might also offer routes to better popping, adds Hamaker.
It was a challenge for the popcorn manufacturer to get the money needed to support the company's growing pains.
According to Richard Demb, president of Popcorn Indiana, "We are thrilled to secure a foothold in Times Square and are very excited about our long-term plans to open stores throughout the entire Greater New York Metro area.
11, but we're running for cover from a combination of world threats," Popcorn said.
Toss popcorn with 2 Tablespoons curry powder, 1 teaspoon ground cumin, and 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard.
9 cups popped popcorn (1 bag or 3 ounces microwave popcorn)
MacCorns, the first premium popcorn popper in Scotland, source their corn kernels direct from Alabama and produce traditional varieties of popcorn, toffee, sweet and salted.
What is more, not only do Americans pair popcorn with TV in their minds, television time is when they actually eat the most popcorn, too.