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Popcorn temperature? 22 Jun 2001 19:36 #25597

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I've asked before and heck!...I'll ask again: what is the correct temp to hold and serve popcorn at?

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Re: Popcorn temperature? 25 Jun 2001 08:23 #25598

Warm (haha)

I don't know that I have ever measured the temp. I know its tough until it cools a bit.
We just shut the doors on the popper and let the glocoil do its work.
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Re: Popcorn temperature? 25 Jun 2001 19:04 #25599

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That's the problem. There is no glo-coil it's hot air lightly blowing up but our corn is not as hot as when we had the old popper. "Warm" does not qualify as bonifide assist! What kind of rig do you have that it has a glo-coil?

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Re: Popcorn temperature? 26 Jun 2001 21:58 #25600

Its the glocoil in the Cretors Diplomat "Corn-ditioner" (thier term)
It seemed to keep it warm as long as it didn't fall down and short out on the sides.
They have a tendency to burn up thier socket
it is basically hot air blowing up through. Keeping the door shut makes all the difference. The glocoil is basically a coil on ceramic crammed in a light bulb socket.
with a blower blowing across it.
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