Alain Karyo, an architect, is the founder of Catamount Glass. The 31-year-old company first made beakers for schools and laboratories, but switched to designing cookware when Alain saw the need for a sturdy alternative to existing glass cookware, reports The Daily Grommet.
Catamount’s popcorn popper is made of borosilicate glass that can withstand high temperatures without shattering, works with any type of popcorn kernels, and doesn’t require oil.
Real butter is optional, and melts in the included silicone tray as the kernels are popped. The larger container comes with a handle, and the smaller size is ideal for space-saver microwaves.
Photo by Catamount Glass.
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