This cookbook features 60 recipes for popcorn both sweet and savory. It contains facts, nutritional detail and the history of popcorn. Fun facts include losing weight by eating popcorn, popcorn as a source of energy, its connection with "old maids", what it is made from, consumption of popcorn today, and how popcorn was first "popped".;Suggestions for kids treats and party ideas feature salt, Marmite, chilli, tuna, butter, Edam cheese, tomato, peanut butter, bacon, chicken, hickory, beef, prawn, sour cream and mayonnaise. Recipes include Dutch surprise, tuna treat and crunchie-brunch time. The second chapter deals with "sophisticated savories". Toppings suggested are salsa, fiery Mexican (chilli and avocado topping), Italian, (basil and tomato) Spanish, (chorizo and sweet peppers) Chinese, (sweet 'n' sour) Indian, (curry flavour) and Caribbean (coconut and papaya). Recipes include pesto surprise, Madras style popcorn and cool salsa. The nest section suggests sweet ideas for children using chocolate, marshmallow, pistachio and almonds, pecan and syrup, toffee, mocha, shoofly bannofy cream, chocolate and rum and creme de menthe. Recipes include nutty bites, toffee pops and mocha magic.