I used my Whirly-Pop (which is great for keeping the kernals moving rapidly), butter-flavor popping oil and about 1/2 tsp. salt in with the sugar. I put the 3 kernals recommended by other users into the oil and when they popped I quickly added the popping corn then the sugar/salt mixture. I found the sugar seems to make it take longer to pop so you have to be very careful that it doesn't scorch. Mine didn't really but it was just "this side" of scorching. It was a little sticky at first but separated and dried quickly. Very tasty - I almost ate the whole batch myself! Can't wait to try this for my kids and husband - he loves kettle corn!
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I used my Whirly-Pop (which is great for keeping the kernals moving rapidly), butter-flavor...