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Popcorn is one of the world's favorite snacks. And guess what? Most of the popcorn in the world is grown right here in the good old U.S.A. In 2001 alone, the U.S. exported 229 million pounds of popcorn!

Popcorn is a source of fiber, also known as roughage. Popcorn is low in calories: 31 - 55 per cup of unbuttered, 133 calories lightly buttered.

Popcorn is sugar free and fat free, yet has energy-producing carbohydrates. It's great for between meal snacks as it does not overfill you or spoil your appetite. And did you know that there are dozens of ways to make popcorn other than just plain popped?

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Caffe Latte
Caffe Mocha
Cafe Royale
Caramel Fudge Latte
Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans
Chocolate Orange
French Kiss
Mexi Mocha
Mikes Mocha Cooler
New Mexico Spice Coffee
Royal Mug
Spanish Queimada
Vanilla Latte or Cappuccino

Caffe Latte
Add steamed milk (150-170 F) to a freshly drawn shot of espresso. Finish with a quarter inch of foamed milk. NOTE: Some like to add the shot of espresso last. Pour slowly into the center of the cup. If desired, sprinkle with chocolate or cinnamon.

Caffe Mocha
Start with a long pour of mocha syrup to thoroughly coat the bottom of the cup. Follow with a shot of espresso and then add steamed milk (150-170 F). Crown with a generous scoop of whipped cream and lightly sprinkle with sweet ground cocoa.

Cafe Royale
Over a cup of hot black coffee, place a lump of sugar cube on a spoon. Pour an ounce of bourbon through the lump (which in turn runs into the coffee). Light the soaked sugar cube and let it burn out. Stir and serve.

Caramel Fudge Latte
Its basically a latte, except its got equal amounts of espresso and caramel fudge latte. Best way to do this is put the caramel into your dosing pitcher when dosing, then stir it up and pour it into either a glass of hot milk (white or chocolate) or a glass of cold milk & ice. For some reason it tastes real good with skim milk. Of course you can also substitute some ice cream for the milk and throw it all in a blender also.

Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans
Place a sheet of wax paper over a cookie sheet. Place espresso beans about 1/2 inch apart. Melt chocolate either in a pan on the stove or in a microwave safe dish in the microwave. Spoon the melted chocolate over the beans and set them in the fridge to harden. Once they're hard, eat 'em up as you like! They taste great as a topping for ice cream, or just as candy. ***Suggestion*** -after the first layer of chocolate dries, put on another coat, this gives you a thicker chocolate layer and tastes even better.

Chocolate Orange
Juice from one half of med. sized orange in large cup. Place several squares of semi- to sweet chocolate in cup. Pour dark roast coffee over top. Stir well to melt chocolate. Can also use two shots of espresso and rest of cup dark roast coffee.

French Kiss
In an Irish coffee type mug, add 1/2 oz of vanilla syrup, 1/2 oz of caramel syrup. Add hot milk so it floats over the syrup, than add 1 shot of espresso so it floats over the milk. Add whip cream and top it off with fine pink sugar.

Mexi Mocha
Brew a shot of espresso, add skim milk, shot of chocolate syrup, whip cream, and sprinkle cinnamon on the top.

Mikes Mocha Cooler
In a 12 oz glass, put 3 or 4 Ice cubes, a shot of 1/2 and 1/2, or low fat milk if you want to cut down on the fat. Two heaping tablespoons of No Sugar Added NesQuick and fill glass with room temp coffee. A splash of Kahlua is nice. Some vodka also, if you like. Stir gently and enjoy.

New Mexico Spice Coffee
Tastes REALLY good as a nightcap. Brew 12 cups at a time and make it strong so your basic stock is up to you. Mix Arabica coffee beans ground to espresso consistency and add 1 heaping teaspoon of ground cinnamon and 3/4 teaspoon vanilla extract into the grinds before brewing. After brewing, serve latte style with a little sugar for those who need it.

Royal Mug
Pour 2/3 cup of coffee into a heated mug. Add 1 tablespoon of white creame de menthe, 1 tablespoon Kahlua, and 1/2 teaspoon Drambuie. Top with whipped cream.

Spanish Queimada
Fill earthenware bowl partly with brandy, zest with lemon lemon peel, set ablaze and stir. After a few seconds, pour strong, heavily sweetened coffee into the bowl. This extinguishes the flames. Dip your coffee cups into the brew and enjoy!

Vanilla Latte or Cappuccino
Proceed in normal making of latte or capp, but before steaming milk, add one to two tbsp (to taste) of powdered Vanilla. Steam milk, make latte or cappuccino (there is a brand named "Gilly's" that makes a good hot vanilla drink powder).

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