Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, the Cookworks retail and online electronics store used to put its moniker on a "Signature Silver" home popcorn machine, a device that popped up to 10 cups of popcorn with the flip of a single switch. The company, in 2010, sells a cuisinart one-switch popper that pops the same amount in about the same amount of time. Both operate under the same conditions.
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Plug your Cookworks popcorn machine into outlet power.
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Remove the clear-plastic dome of the popcorn maker. Pour 1/2 cup of kernels and 1 tbsp of melted butter or vegetable oil onto the popping plate.
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Replace the top dome and place a large bowl under the downpipe.
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Flip the power switch on the side of the Cookworks popper to "On" and wait for your kernels to start popping and falling from the downpipe into the bowl.