Here, you’ll find posts that explore popcorn’s rich history and cultural significance, guides for making your own gourmet popcorn at home, reviews of the best popcorn brands and machines on the market, and tips for perfecting your popcorn game.

  • Can You Cook Popcorn In The Oven?

    Can You Cook Popcorn In The Oven?

    If you’ve been wanting to learn how to make flavorful popcorn without using a microwave or waiting by the stove watching kernels pop, read on for some delicious inspiration!

  • Your Favorite Popcorn Recipes

    Your Favorite Popcorn Recipes

    Most people will gravitate toward a sweet, savory, or spicy option when asked how they like their popcorn, it’s never too late to stand out from the crowd with a cool popcorn recipe you’ve never tried before.

  • Why Your Popcorn Pops Too Small

    Why Your Popcorn Pops Too Small

    A lack of moisture is the number one reason why your popcorn pops too small. It’s normal for a popcorn kernel to pop to 40 to 50 times its original size. But when the moisture level of kernels is too low, they’ll pop to a disappointing size.

  • What is Black Popcorn? – Everything You Need to Know

    What is Black Popcorn? – Everything You Need to Know

    Black popcorn is made from black corn which originates from Peru. It is known for being heirloom corn. A distinctive trait of black popcorn is its small size. The kernels and the popped popcorn are smaller than an average-sized piece of yellow popcorn.

  • Is Popcorn A Fire Hazard?

    Is Popcorn A Fire Hazard?

    There are lots of ways to cook popcorn, but nearly all of them can cause popcorn to catch fire. Thankfully, popcorn fires are rare, and even when they do happen, they can usually be easily contained.

  • What is Hulless Popcorn?

    What is Hulless Popcorn?

    You’ve probably heard the term hulless popcorn being branded around for a while. Many people say that it’s better than normal popcorn. But we’ll let you into a secret…hulless popcorn doesn’t exist.