Old Fashioned Popcorn Popper
Top of the pops.
You can do a lot with 2 quarts of popcorn (which is how much this old-fashioned-style popper makes): Turn it into caramel corn, butter it and settle down for a movie, or string it and hang it on a Christmas tree—and speaking of Christmas, you can roast chestnuts in this popper as well. When you’re done popping over the fire, hang the popper by its leather strap hearthside so it’ll be ready for your you the next time you need a snack.
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Steel (body), wood (handle)
27” L (including handle) x 9” diameter x 3.5” H
Care & Notes
Hand wash with warm, soapy water. Not for use on stovetop; designed for hearth or campfires and firepits. Not dishwasher safe.
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