There is more to flavored popcorn than Cracker Jack apparently. This book begins with a brief history of popcorn and explains the popcorn types and methods of popping. The author asserts that popcorn, like wine, “picks up some of its characteristics from the terroir – a mix of the soil and climate where it is grown” and advises sampling many varieties. Many of the recipes in this book are for simple, flavored popcorn, both sweet and savory, that result in high fiber, low calorie treats. Evans-Hylton’s recipes mix popcorn with ingredient such as lemon juice, black pepper, paprika, and rosemary. There are also some intriguing, slightly more complicated recipes such as Popcorn and Pine Nut Brittle and Hawaiian Luau Bars. As of this posting, this book was only available as an ebook but a paperback copy was on order.