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Popcorn kebab

Skewered and sweet (or salty)
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As suggested in the title except maybe decorated in such ways as with mini marshmallows for example (not that I am biased)
nessiehunter, Sep 02 2019

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       Popped before or after skewering? I ask because the 1/32 hole required to string the unpopped kernels on the thinnest skewer would seriously impact their ability to pop. Like, no pop at all. We know this due to the widely-reported experimental outcomes in the notes from the 1986 Science Fair top winner 'Why Does Popcorn Pop?'.
Sgt Teacup, Sep 02 2019
  

       Why stop 1/32 one might rightly demand??
nessiehunter, Sep 04 2019
  

       "Recipe" ? [m-f-d] ?
8th of 7, Sep 04 2019
  

       [+] toastedmarshmallowkabob.
FlyingToaster, Sep 04 2019
  

       Satay popcorn for the market where that skewered comestible originated
nessiehunter, Sep 05 2019
  

       ...or with a toffee apple flavoured crust
nessiehunter, Sep 05 2019
  

       Nothing wrong with popcorn, but we've been stringing it up for centuries. I don't see the advantage of using a skewer instead. [+/-]
Voice, Sep 05 2019
  

       I'm starting a recycling centre for unpopped microwave kernels
halfshilling, Sep 05 2019
  

       Welcome aboard the HB, [halfshilling]. Looks like you've got the hang of it already.
Sgt Teacup, Sep 06 2019
  

       ... but mind the break in the handrail just over ... oh.
pertinax, Sep 06 2019
  


 

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