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OK, I'm confused. Trying to set up a popcorn machine for a Movie Night at a senior center where we might get 25 people tops, and fewer folks in the winter months, so I think an 8 oz machine would work. (Thoughts on that too please).

Here's my confusion: I saw some buckets that say they have an 85 oz capacity like the one I linked to below, but the dimensions of the bucket are 6 3/4" tall X 7" wide X 7" deep. AND they cost 84 cents each.

That's where I'm confused...if I use the 8 oz. pre-packed bags of popcorn, will I need to pop TEN of those to come close to filling the bags in the amazon link? What am I missing?

Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/Open-Movie-The...popcorn+bucket

I saw the 8 oz. GM MegaPop bags selling at $31.85 shipped for a 24 count, which works out to about 16 cents per ounce. So an 85 ounce bucket would cost $13.60 just for the popcorn without the cost for the bucket??? I must be figuring something wrong, because how could a bucket with those dimensions hold TEN of the pre-packed bags?

If these buckets are huge, what would a decent sized box or bag be? We don't want to make money, just cover costs...but I'd like to only charge $1 per bag or box, all in. HELP!
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Two different values in play there. Unpopped kernels vs popped corn. 8oz unpopped would yield about 160 oz (20 cups) popped.

For a more real world comparison, 4oz kernels will fill the tub size you get at the theater, or about 4 or 5 of the small bags you see at the circus or the like.

For 25 or so, if you went with the smaller bags (which given the audience seems about right), I'd say 2 or 3 batches of the 8oz packs would do it.
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Where do you get the Amish corn. I always use the Costco Orville reddenbacher.

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Here ya go: http://amishcountrypopcorn.com/ I always buy the 50# bag of Extra Large Caramel. UPS driver doesn't like me too good, when he delivers. hehe I like the fact 'every' kernel pops and that previous picture of the bowel is only 1/2 cup of kernels.
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Recently picked up a 8oz Great Northern popcorn machine to go with our new home theater.

We have been using the Gold Medal pre-made packs which we like, however 8oz packs are way too much for 3 of us so alot gets thrown out. Curious if there is any problem or issues using smaller 4oz packs in a 8oz popper?
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Recently picked up a 8oz Great Northern popcorn machine to go with our new home theater.

We have been using the Gold Medal pre-made packs which we like, however 8oz packs are way too much for 3 of us so alot gets thrown out. Curious if there is any problem or issues using smaller 4oz packs in a 8oz popper?
I think several folks in this thread (me included) are doing precisely that.

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I would be one of those using the 4oz packs in an 8oz machine.

I find that one pack is plenty for the two of us and two packs are usually enough for the parties that we've had. Whatever is left is still good up to a couple of days later.

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Anyone tried using 6 oz packs with the Paragon Cineplex, or is that kettle simply too small and limited to 4 oz to prevent too many unpopped kernels?

If not, I'll try a pack and a half to see if this would work.


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I'm not sure how you guys have trouble finishing an 8oz pack! When my father inlaw and I watch a movie we polish one off with no trouble, have to do 2 if my wife and anyone else is watching too.
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Great Northern Popcorn Black Bar Style Lincoln 8 Ounce Antique Popcorn Machine on sale at Amazon for $129.95



http://www.amazon.com/Great-Northern...33562552bf0INT
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Great Northern Popcorn Black Bar Style Lincoln 8 Ounce Antique Popcorn Machine on sale at Amazon for $129.95


http://www.amazon.com/Great-Northern...33562552bf0INT
price just dropped another 10 bucks!
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Here ya go: http://amishcountrypopcorn.com/ I always buy the 50# bag of Extra Large Caramel. UPS driver doesn't like me too good, when he delivers. hehe I like the fact 'every' kernel pops and that previous picture of the bowel is only 1/2 cup of kernels.
Just ordered the Amish corn I'll check it out, none of it goes bad with 50lbs? Or do I need to store it so it doesn't go bad?

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Just ordered the Amish corn I'll check it out, none of it goes bad with 50lbs? Or do I need to store it so it doesn't go bad?
You want to keep bulk popcorn someplace cool and out of the light, but the back of a kitchen shelf, pantry, whatever is fine-- nothing fancy is needed for storage.

Popcorn doesn't really go bad. Mostly, it just dries out slowly and doesn't pop quite as well after a long while. You can add a drop or two of water maybe twice a year to fix that. Don't add too much or the popcorn might decide to start sprouting.

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Just ordered the Amish corn I'll check it out, none of it goes bad with 50lbs? Or do I need to store it so it doesn't go bad?

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As you can see...I store mine in a dry dogfood container. The screw-on lid makes it pretty airtight. And 50# fills the container perfectly.

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Quick question for all the popcorn enthusiasts.. has anyone used a soap dispensor for butter topping?? I've been thinking about getting one of these off Amazon and sterilizing it with some hot water - what say you??

http://www.amazon.com/SmarterFresh-S...h_gw_g201_i1_r


This seems like the only option out there... pricey, ouch..

http://www.amazon.com/Paragon-Manufa...h_gw_g200_i1_r

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Quick question for all the popcorn enthusiasts.. has anyone used a soap dispensor for butter topping?? I've been thinking about getting one of these off Amazon and sterilizing it with some hot water - what say you??

http://www.amazon.com/SmarterFresh-S...h_gw_g201_i1_r


This seems like the only option out there... pricey, ouch..

http://www.amazon.com/Paragon-Manufa...h_gw_g200_i1_r
I'd be concerned about what the internals are made of and if they are "food safe". I don't know how you would warm up the butter in there either.

I had trouble finding bottles that wouldn't melt on the coffee cup warmer I was using - but I finally settled on a coffee cup warmer with a coffee cup filled with water on it, then I set my butter dispenser inside the cup of water. Keeps it nice and hot with no melting plastic!

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Quick question for all the popcorn enthusiasts.. has anyone used a soap dispensor for butter topping?? I've been thinking about getting one of these off Amazon and sterilizing it with some hot water - what say you??

http://www.amazon.com/SmarterFresh-S...h_gw_g201_i1_r
Can't recommend using anything NOT made for food to be used with food. Between the materials used and the inability to clean it properly (because it was never intended to be cleaned), just not a good idea.
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Thanx for the responses.. I'll have to consider some alternatives like PTAarons suggestion..

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Try a baby bottle warmer. You can find them at most department stores with a baby section or even the toy store with the giraffe. I used one and it works great. I realized that once you find the right topping it doesn't NEED to be warm.
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Here is my new popper...Paramount 6 oz. popper, which sits in my theater PERFECTLY. So far, this popper is fantastic...xrossing fingers for longevity....
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So far, this popper is fantastic...xrossing fingers for longevity....
It should and probably will last forever. Paramount always comes up top of the list. For now, though, I'll be sticking with my Whirley Pop. Being only two of us, only takes bout 10mins to make enough (...and clean up) to last us thru a movie. But you sure can't beat the looks of a dedicated popcorn making machine. Even walking into the local hardware store...when they got their machine out, it's like a magnet.
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It should and probably will last forever. Paramount always comes up top of the list. For now, though, I'll be sticking with my Whirley Pop. Being only two of us, only takes bout 10mins to make enough (...and clean up) to last us thru a movie. But you sure can't beat the looks of a dedicated popcorn making machine. Even walking into the local hardware store...when they got their machine out, it's like a magnet.
Well, that sounds very reassuring! I just dropped $70 on popcorn stuff, which was kinda close to what I bought my paramount for!....Click the pic to see what I got The Mickey mouse cup warmer is going to be for some geee (sp) and do what one of the above posters is doing: Warming the gee with two cups, the bottom one filled with water, with the gee cup sitting on top....all I need now is salt, and the salt-shaker.....
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As you can see...I store mine in a dry dogfood container. The screw-on lid makes it pretty airtight. And 50# fills the container perfectly.

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Nice....only thing I see missing are the Duds!. Doesn't matter if I'm at the theater or home..gotta have my duds & popcorn. And..ya..that looks like alotta popcorn, but the wife and I will go thru that in no time.

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Great Northern Popcorn Black Bar Style Lincoln 8 Ounce Antique Popcorn Machine on sale at Amazon for $129.95



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So, what's the actual difference between the "Lincoln" (black) and the "Roosevelt" (red)? According to the site, they have the same specs, but on Amazon and Best Buy.com, the black model is anywhere from $30-$60 more expensive (though they're priced the same on the Great Northern site).

Anyone know of any actual differences?

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So, what's the actual difference between the "Lincoln" (black) and the "Roosevelt" (red)? According to the site, they have the same specs, but on Amazon and Best Buy.com, the black model is anywhere from $30-$60 more expensive (though they're priced the same on the Great Northern site).



Anyone know of any actual differences?


Lincoln looks to be just slightly larger by the Amazon specs. Aside from that and the color/graphics they look about the same to me...
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Lincoln looks to be just slightly larger by the Amazon specs. Aside from that and the color/graphics they look about the same to me...
Which again is interesting, because if you go to the manufacturer's page, they're listed with the exact same dimensions. http://www.greatnorthernpopcorn.com/popcorn-machines/

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I have the Lincoln popper, love it, and use the Great Northern pre measured packs. Although I do occasionally buy off of Amazon I am not a fan of Jeff and his business philosophies so I bought it off of eBay. It was a "seconds" item so I got it at a discount even though it was brand new. The only thing "seconds" about it was the stenciling at the top was very slightly messed up. You really have to search to find the messed up stenciling. Anyway, I believe there is one Chinese manufacturer that makes these poppers. As far as I can tell the only thing different about the different models are the tops with different colors, letterings, and brand names. I went with the Lincoln and its black top so it would not stick out in my dark home theater. Unless the Lincoln's light is on you don't notice it in a darkened theater. One tip to anyone buying a great Northern Popper, the logo on the front door is water soluble so if you care about preserving it don't clean it with anything damp or wet.
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BTW, for those looking for more natural butter options...I backed this on kickstarter. Hoping it arrives faster than my NEEO remote. :/

No coffee warmers, no chemicals, just a stick of butter. And it'll be great for sweet corn, too!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...er/description
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BTW, for those looking for more natural butter options...I backed this on kickstarter. Hoping it arrives faster than my NEEO remote. :/

No coffee warmers, no chemicals, just a stick of butter. And it'll be great for sweet corn, too!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...er/description
Interesting, I'd be curious to see how well the no soggy popcorn claim will hold. Ultimately, it's still just melted butter which means it will still have the water content that is the big culprit for soggy popcorn butter.
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Interesting, I'd be curious to see how well the no soggy popcorn claim will hold. Ultimately, it's still just melted butter which means it will still have the water content that is the big culprit for soggy popcorn butter.
True, but I think misting it over the corn will be a pretty big improvement over pouring.

I just won a scratch & dent Great Northern Lincoln Popper on eBay last night for $130, so I guess I'm joining the club!
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