Reviewing High(er) End Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 2

DIY 和生活百科

Kitchen gadgets - useful or not? That’s the big question we’ll be asking ourselves in today’s episode! Have a watch to see what Jamie thought when he tested and reviewed a selection of kitchen equipment… including a ‘smart’ indoor garden!
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评论

  • Vagabond Wastrel
    Vagabond Wastrel21 小时 前

    The plant device is using the soil matrix and the cups to control the water.

  • Erin O'Donnell
    Erin O'Donnell天 前

    Honestly, what I want are really good knives and to do research about how to keep them that way. How to sharpen them, wash them, and store them properly.

  • Qimmosabe
    Qimmosabe2 天 前

    I use a vacuum sealer to both preserve food, and prep it for sous vide at the same time. I tend to buy meat in bulk from local butcher shop, which usually includes rib eye steaks (1.25 inch thick there about), few racks of baby back ribs, and may throw in few other items. I season steaks with salt and pepper and add some coffee rub, and ribs with some dry rub. Vacuum seal them, and let them sit in the fridge for about 24 hours for the meat to soak in the seasonings, and then toss it in the freezer. Once thawed out, steaks go straight into sous vide followed by cast iron skillet or grill, and ribs usually end up in a slow cooker. it's like long term meal prep.

  • Joey Leeuwen
    Joey Leeuwen5 天 前

    copper pans do they really work that good

  • Loco Mono
    Loco Mono7 天 前

    my theory for the smart garden is that they are all botanical variation that require the same amounts of water and light, the amount would probably be high so instead of bleak peppers instead getting flush basil. thats why you need the pods since they would all be different from home grown.

  • D R-K
    D R-K10 天 前

    The skillet for the win. Buying cheap pans, wastes energy, your time and increases your frustration. If you pay more at the beginning it cost less over time and not as much time as you think. Buying quality saves money over time.

  • anonymous bosch
    anonymous bosch10 天 前

    So it can grow any three of 50 herbs, plants, trees and spices and what do they choose...? Three basils. Brilliant.

  • Renee Seal
    Renee Seal11 天 前

    We use food savers very differently in my house 😂

  • Steven Pope
    Steven Pope14 天 前

    Going along the lines of pans, how about dutch ovens? Three different price points, and/or quality?

  • Pictavienne
    Pictavienne14 天 前

    A sous-vide machine is amazing! I go to Costco, buy lots of meat/sausage/chicken, seal it all up and put it in the freezer!

  • Elizabeth Major
    Elizabeth Major15 天 前

    My friend uses her vacuum sealer to create boil in bag meals for her camping trips. I have one and you can get devices to keep liquids in check. It didn’t make much difference with the Apple sauce we were sealing to be honest but perhaps with marinades. It does help with portioning large bulk packs of meat into smaller meal portions and freezing them into flatter frozen food. Jamie would probably get good use and money saving from owning one. It probably would pay for its self in the first year of owning it.

  • Auroara
    Auroara15 天 前

    The guy who makes the pan has raised the price since this aired. I have the Smart Garden since their kickstarter campaign and it still works perfectly.

  • Leah C
    Leah C15 天 前

    hahaha "Basil is easy to grow... chili peppers not" ...I'm sensing that you don't live in Florida XD

  • Dougal McTavish
    Dougal McTavish16 天 前

    I think we need some new head to head to head battles, seems like the lads have learned a fair bit since the last ones. As for themes; most pretentious dish? Best cafe lunch? Most hipster recipe? Environmentally sustainable ultimate battle? Most expensive recipe? Exotic food? Modern fine dining? Pack lunch battle? I miss the battles and the banter, and sure I’m not the only one.

  • Cobb
    Cobb17 天 前

    Do a video with the vacuum sealer and see how much better the food stays refrigerator and freezer VS ziploc bags and Tupperware.

  • Cobb

    Cobb

    17 天 前

    Also see if it works with standard ziploc bags instead of the special bags

  • Jaime Nason
    Jaime Nason19 天 前

    I LOVE my vacuum sealer-but for freezing.

  • Bork PomPom
    Bork PomPom20 天 前

    I think that Ben could run a successful home shopping channel. I’d buy whatever he’s selling.

  • devil sage
    devil sage20 天 前

    Yeah a chief in the kitchen would be nice

  • Lilly Ess
    Lilly Ess24 天 前

    Every time I eat red meat cooked using the sous vide method, it tastes off.

  • Ekva Alec'sa
    Ekva Alec'sa25 天 前

    Oh my, that PAN tho! Looks amazing.

  • Mary Bell
    Mary Bell26 天 前

    So who gets to keep the pan now?

  • C.k.e egg
    C.k.e egg26 天 前

    I am seeing a lot of commercials for the always pan. Can y'all try that out? I'm curious if it's as good as they say.

  • Nethaufer
    Nethaufer26 天 前

    We got a vacuum sealer for sous vide as well, but recently it's seen much more use for packaging unfrozen meats (beef and chicken primarily) from larger packets to amounts that are more acceptable for use in dishes. Take a five pack of chicken and make five sealed bags that then can go in the freezer sorta deal.

  • Brook Gentry
    Brook Gentry28 天 前

    as a vermonter i am appalled at the herb garden thing. Especially since herbs are some of the easiest things to grow. I don't wanna be that person but seriously, little pots aren't difficult to find

  • Brook Gentry

    Brook Gentry

    28 天 前

    also normal basil in a pot will last forever on your sink counter as long as you're not eating tons and tons of it

  • Mia Lemon
    Mia Lemon个月 前

    I'm surprised the AeroGarden concept isn't more well known. I've had one for a decade. They're lovely and vaguely addicting. How many gardens is too many again?

  • Lola Carter
    Lola Carter个月 前

    Love the skillet and the growing station!

  • DEATH SPADE
    DEATH SPADE个月 前

    I don't know about anova gadgets but the food sealer I own has bags that are recyclable

  • TheAngryDanishViking
    TheAngryDanishViking个月 前

    I'm curious cuz I've never Sou Vide before.... but could you do that to like chicken and then on a hellish hot pan do a quick crispy-ing on both sides? Or does that ruin the Sou Vide use with loss of flavor or ruin the moistness of the chicken?

  • Aqeela Azard
    Aqeela Azard个月 前

    What do you do with all the kitchen gadgets? Do you guys take what you like home or do you leave them at the sorted kitchen?

  • Jessa FaeLynne
    Jessa FaeLynne个月 前

    I'd love to have a GOOD set of pots/pans/skillets, and a GOOD kitchen knife set. I'm currently using ones from yard sales.

  • eltque
    eltque个月 前

    I have 4 sets of click and grow. Absolutely love it .

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Epic - what are you growing?

  • julietneko
    julietneko个月 前

    I want that pan so bad

  • Eric Thom
    Eric Thom个月 前

    Instead of the Alex Pole why not just get a good cast iron one

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Cast iron pans are also great - and probably half the price. But nice to support small artisanal blacksmiths too. It makes it feel all the more special when you use it.

  • Donna Kennedy
    Donna Kennedy个月 前

    I love that yall pronounce the 'h' in herb. I've been in so many stupid arguments because I drop the 'h' out of words. If we aren't supposed to pronounce the 'h' then why is it in there!!!

  • Cap'n Crimson
    Cap'n Crimson个月 前

    Should've called it the Smarten...

  • Michael Craft
    Michael Craft个月 前

    There’s another herb grower called Aero Garden (I think) that we have. We’ve used it to grow dill, basil, and thyme and it’s done wonderfully. It is slightly more complicated than what you showed, but worked wonders.

  • HakuRules1133
    HakuRules1133个月 前

    I am a farmer, I raise and butcher my own meat. The vacuum sealer is wonderful for my home butchered cuts of meat.

  • Aaron Webster
    Aaron Webster个月 前

    that pan is sexy

  • KyleCorbeau
    KyleCorbeau个月 前

    6:57 Are they not at all going to mention the other benefits of having a vacuum sealer? Examples: being able to freeze food (especially meats) for longer without frost burn; more quickly marinating foods (especially Tofu) by vacuum sealing in the sauce with the food overnight; pre-portioning meals as well as storing them more neatly and with less space than normal tupers _without_ the need to cook anything before hand. Just naming a few, there are loads more reasons to vacuum seal food than _just_ sous vide which is honestly the most underwhelming use of it.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Lots of perks! The space saving for all the things you listed still comes top for me!

  • herkyandjosi
    herkyandjosi个月 前

    I would love to see an episode about air fryers, especially about the use for home made food and not frozen convenience.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    A few people mentioning air fryers - any in particular?

  • Mary Boucher
    Mary Boucher个月 前

    That pan will last for generations. We have cast iron skillets older than most family members. Easily the best value.

  • Robin
    Robin个月 前

    OK just a idea that I do. I put all ready made meals in vacuum sealed bags. Even biscuits, I freeze the biscuits first. Then you just have to heat up in boiling water while camping. Or you can make ready meal kits for camping.

  • Majime
    Majime个月 前

    I couldn’t afford this stuff, so I found alternatives: such as reusable sealing bags that the air is vacuumed out by hand. Perfect for sous vis, not so much for storing things long-term (since the purpose is to use and reuse often). For the garden, I have a gallon tub from the dollar store with a lid and baskets for an impromptu hydroponic system (air stone not included) and purchased a $15 hanging LED grow light. So I spent a total of $20 on the soil, light, container and spent another $20 for an air stone + air pump. I have delicious basil and strawberries now! These products are meant to take the DIY out of gardening, which is very much a part of the hobby/lifestyle.

  • RockstarRaverBoy

    RockstarRaverBoy

    7 天 前

    Indeed, I dont have an sous vide machine, but I have several times done the "beer cooler sous vide" hack (just search on youtube for instructions) and made some amazing steaks that way! It was like 5 mins more work...but I didnt have to spend a dime! I'm fascinated by your DIY hydroponics system. Do you have a video detailing that...or might you direct me to a tutorial, as I would like to try that!

  • Cody .Ramer

    Cody .Ramer

    8 天 前

    Because nothing is quite as good as cooking your food in plastic.

  • Curious Hoodie
    Curious Hoodie个月 前

    Speaking of good pans and seasoning it, I would love a video on how to season a pan like cast iron and how to maintain it! I keep reading that cast iron is a must-have for the kitchen but maintenance and seasoning has always intimidated me.

  • John Vittie
    John Vittie个月 前

    Favorites: 1) Pan, 2) Sealer, 3) Garden. Sealers are great if you buy family packages of meat or etc. and split up for later use, saves $.

  • Robert P
    Robert P个月 前

    From watching SousvideEverything adding oils to protein reduces the flavor of the food since flavour is fat soluable. The protein lost flavour while the oil gained it.

  • Chris Thomson
    Chris Thomson个月 前

    the smart gardens are so ridiculous and pointless

  • Selina Snowdon
    Selina Snowdon个月 前

    I’ll be honest with the skillet I would rather it had a long handle so if you need to tip the food out it’s easier with one hand

  • FireSBurnsmuP
    FireSBurnsmuP个月 前

    They definitely focus a bit too much on sous vide when talking about a vacuum sealer, when they were originally designed for freezing and food storage, for which a vacuum sealer basically makes freezing food without freezer burn basically indefinitely.

  • Donovan Golfetto
    Donovan Golfetto个月 前

    Looks like someone doesnt know anything about souls vide....

  • Sam Wagner
    Sam Wagner个月 前

    jesus that vacuum sealer was expensive... wtf. I got mine for $30AU and it's been a champ for over 4 years.... not a great way to sell sous vide lol

  • Sexy Girl
    Sexy Girl个月 前

    *SORTEDfood* Love it !!

  • Becca
    Becca个月 前

    Yooooo where all my stoner ass peeps who thought they were gonna grow some of that devils lettuce 😅

  • nicknmm09
    nicknmm09个月 前

    Also if you buy a sous vide checm Amazon warehouse there's crazy good deals like sub 50 immersion circulators for weaker ones or higher end ones like the one I got for 130 as opposed to the 400 new asking price, vacumn sealer was 100 new 20 bucks on Amazon warehouse

  • nicknmm09
    nicknmm09个月 前

    Heads up for anyone starting to sous vide put your vacumn sealer a little bit above your food item by putting it on a brick or small box and it helps keep liquids down if you cook with liquids and don't want to ruin a vac sealer. That way you don't have to turn off the vacumn sealer super quicklybefore it hits the sealer when ur sealing ur bags with liquids in it

  • Tina Giles
    Tina Giles个月 前

    Vacuum sealers are nice when you freeze items they don't get freezer burnt and they keep in your freezer a long time. That makes them well worth the money

  • TheMrVengeance
    TheMrVengeance个月 前

    So if the thing that's _really_ make or break for the Click and Grow is if it grows tomatoes, flowers, chilli etc like you said... why didn't you try that!?

  • Jamie Owns
    Jamie Owns个月 前

    Just buy a grow tent. Cheaper and easier.

  • khuang96
    khuang96个月 前

    16:11 Mike doing great on the voice over as always 😄

  • Orwellian Slave
    Orwellian Slave个月 前

    vacuum sealer is amazing i saved thousands since getting my foodsaver which is better then the one tested there as it has an attachment that lets you vac seal mason jars and its own line of vacuum seal reusable tuppaware. so i am can spend 1 day every month making every meal i will eat for the next month and stuff them in the fridge/freezer, then just pop the bag(s) in hot water and reheat good to go.

  • Laura C
    Laura C个月 前

    you can grow one plant in the middle if you use distilled water the growing device should last awhile.

  • BlueMasteress2012
    BlueMasteress2012个月 前

    I feel Ben is being very generous allowing James to explain to Jamie how you don't need a vacuum sealer as you can use zip-lock bags instead, when Ben told James this in the Sous Vide episode. ;)

  • mintteaco
    mintteaco个月 前

    Home vacuum sealers are more or less the same, we can get a decent branded one that works perfectly here around 10 quids, and vacuum bags around 5p each, less if they were smaller bags. We freeze roasted coffee beans in small portions to keep them fresh!

  • Ellemiek Wintjes
    Ellemiek Wintjes个月 前

    Did you ever find a nut butter stirring gadget? Can you please review one of those? Stirring nut butter and pure peanut butter with a spoon always turns into a mess.

  • Brenda Krieger
    Brenda Krieger个月 前

    Love seeing gadget reviews

  • Shelly Carpenter
    Shelly Carpenter个月 前

    I want that pan!!! On my wish list!

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    A pan to aspire to!

  • soiung toiue
    soiung toiue个月 前

    I'd love to see a video where Ben and/or James show us how they sharpen their knives, season their pans, etc... Cheffy kitchen skills!

  • Bret Williams
    Bret Williams个月 前

    I can barely stand watching you guys use sous vide wrong every single time. You have to sear the protein after sous vide! Gahhh!

  • Bret Williams

    Bret Williams

    个月 前

    @SORTEDfood have you tried putting it in a preheated cast iron (skin side down) under the broiler for a minute? Perfection 😍

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    The reverse sear... absolutely. But not necessarily, esp with salmon cooked to this temp.

  • Brian Casey
    Brian Casey个月 前

    Regarding the pan... considering the need to season the pan over time, wouldn't a far more reasonably priced cast-iron pan give you the same benefits for less money? Can be used stove-top, in the oven, and over hot coals/fire... gives well distributed (and sustained) heat for even searing. Some preliminary research seems to indicate the cost is highly influenced by the 'hand made' nature of the product. Cast Iron pans of similar size can vary widely in price from about 20 US dollars to almost 200! I think the latter is insane. The price of the pan in your vid was 100 quid, or a bit less than 80 US dollars.... I think a cast iron skillet in the 40-50 US dollar range would do just as good a job and would last just as long with proper and diligent maintenance. I'd say, the 'hand crafted' nature of the product isn't worth a 40% markup. Go with cast iron.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Yep... a very valid point. You could pick up a decent cast iron pan (still needs looking after) for at least half. We guess this pan is as much a statement piece.

  • Brian Casey

    Brian Casey

    个月 前

    Sorry, screwed up my conversion. 100 pounds is about $130 US dollars. And maybe I'm not much versed in the quality of cast iron cookware, but at least here in the US, there are plenty of options for a 12" cast iron pan for under $50 US dollars. I think it would make sense to spend that kind of money and do your due diligence to care for it and see how that goes before blowing nearly three times that on something pretty much only because it is 'hand crafted'. Heck, if you are particularly industrious, you might browse craig's list or something like that or go to yard sales to find an old cast iron pan that just needs some TLC to bring it back to life. There are loads of vids on CNboth on how to restore old, rusted, cast iron cookware at a minimum of cost (although the time investment in that case is large).

  • Peter McLaughlin
    Peter McLaughlin个月 前

    Review grill pans!

  • soiung toiue

    soiung toiue

    个月 前

    I owen nothing but cast iorn and I treat it better than I treat myself

  • Calvin Taft
    Calvin Taft个月 前

    Also, you can trim up the bags at the seal line, and clean them out really well and you can use it for as many times as you can reseal

  • Calvin Taft
    Calvin Taft个月 前

    Vacuum Sealers are really good for saving food in the freezer too. Big chest freezers full of vacuum sealed steaks are a beautiful sight

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Yeah - not just for cooking but for neatness AND shelf-life of stored food. Frozen and chilled.

  • yayie2
    yayie2个月 前

    New series idea: long term testing kitchen gadgets, accessories, and pots'n pans.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Yeah - needs some planning - but makes a lot of sense!

  • Carlotta Bartoccini
    Carlotta Bartoccini个月 前

    My husband got me the plant thingy and for me it has been amazing! I do not like watering/caring for plants so this is perfect!!

  • Carlotta Bartoccini

    Carlotta Bartoccini

    个月 前

    @SORTEDfood I had all the fresh herbs, but what grew best was basil!! I tried tabasco chillis but they took a long time to grow and they weren't spicy at all 😶

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    What are you growing?

  • Leo Smith
    Leo Smith个月 前

    Well that pan's going on my Christmas list...

  • Jordan Shore
    Jordan Shore个月 前

    I aspire to own a high quality knife. I've used a 20$ knife for the past year and it's fine, but won't last forever.

  • Linsey Dutcher
    Linsey Dutcher个月 前

    you can buy grow lights to put into lamps that work very well, the prob with the grow system the cost for 3 plants when its easy to make your own at home.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    That's a smart tip... then just the remembering to water them and never going away for more than a few days!

  • footballgirl1406
    footballgirl1406个月 前

    I received a vacuum sealer as a wedding gift and one of my favorite things about it, is that I can portion out meats when I buy them and freeze the individual portions and they will keep longer without a fear of freezer burn.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Yeah, awesome for storage as well as cooking!

  • Doc Dewrill
    Doc Dewrill个月 前

    with october closing in more and more, id like you guys to try yourself at a North German Speciality so people stop ascociating Germany weith nothing but Bavaria. the Dish in my mind is "Grünkohl mit Pinkel" which is Kale,Potatos, a Pork cut called "Kassler", and a very gritty Juicy sausage called "Pinkel". non-northern germans will claim "mettwurst" is ok too as chocie of sausage, but those people dont know what "Pinkel" is. (also dont get confused by the Sausage name, sinc eits very close to a german word for "having a wee" the "pinkel" is a seasonal Sausage ussualy only avalible in the north western areas of Germany (east Frisia, Bremen, Oldenburg etc) during late September through October. so if you want to give it a go, you have to make preperations now. alternatively, i'd like to see you guys having a go at "Labskaus" which is a northern germanic (not german, Germanic, so northern germany, denmark, sweden etc) comonly served by and for Sailors since it covers everything the body needs in harsh cold days on the Sea. its Red Beet, Cornedbeef, Potatos, a special picklled Herring called "ollmops" which you can make during/before the video yourself. sunny side up Egg, Pickles and MUST be served with a Beer (sailor habit, dont know about landlubbers) Both dishes that are easy to do but hard to get right.

  • jammernoc
    jammernoc个月 前

    I started my cannabis business in an aero garden they work great just keep it clean 🧽

  • slitor
    slitor个月 前

    4:40 *cough cough* Hemp! *cough*

  • TheMorbidHobo
    TheMorbidHobo个月 前

    What is the difference between the steel pan and a regular cast iron pan?

  • bocoy noiu
    bocoy noiu个月 前

    food gagdets or cooking meals with it. Love the show and thanks.

  • LittleKerr
    LittleKerr个月 前

    Just sitting here giggling cause of all the science behind all the plants stuff. I have so much I would like to say. Otherwise, absolutely love these videos!! Keep up the wonderful smiles you give everyone.

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    We're all ears - usually when you guys comment we learn something!

  • Austin Sturgeon
    Austin Sturgeon个月 前

    I owen nothing but cast iorn and I treat it better than I treat myself

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    *although personal hygiene is also key! haha

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    It's necessary to do so! We respect this comment a LOT

  • Chris Lloyd
    Chris Lloyd个月 前

    I've only ever used Ziplock bags to Sous Vide and then you can reuse them , better all round

  • bocoy noiu

    bocoy noiu

    个月 前

    Why couldn't the Basil be named Nigel, Uncle Twinkletoes and Mama Mashed Potatoes.

  • David Owen
    David Owen个月 前

    Good show again why dont u do 20min tv spots seams like I would all do well

  • Samantha Lanphar
    Samantha Lanphar个月 前

    I love the pan!

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Kinda dreamy right?

  • Bernard Rejterada
    Bernard Rejterada个月 前

    It is carp... you ponces

  • yasio bolo
    yasio bolo个月 前

    Yes more gadgets!!!! What if we have a gadget-only battle? 🤔

  • emo11247
    emo11247个月 前

    could you reuse the bags by cutting them near the first vacuum seal and then cleaning and reusing?

  • evilnarc927
    evilnarc927个月 前

    i dunno why i keep replaying 12:13 - 12:16, im mesmerized by its perfect landing XD

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Kinda trippy right?

  • beedsj roiue
    beedsj roiue个月 前

    freezer, pop them in the water bath, and then by dinner time you have perfectly cooked steaks that only need a sear.

  • CrystalRose
    CrystalRose个月 前

    For the vacuum sealer, a company in the UK called ecopouch makes supposedly biodegradable vacuum seal bags.

  • yasio bolo

    yasio bolo

    个月 前

    a problem just expensive!! p.s. i'd also advise using something fire proof like a cast iron plate or stone to use it on ;)

  • aznelf13
    aznelf13个月 前

    bruhh thats a wok with a flat bottom

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    Ha - pretty much!

  • sierraseven
    sierraseven个月 前

    If you want a self-contained small growing kit, good for herbs or cherry tomatoes, you really should be looking at an Aerogarden instead of this little undersized, overpriced toy. For the same price you can get a larger, more automated system, plus pods. Or for the same price, if you don't mind watering and don't need the automated system, you can get a good 2X2 foot LED grow light and fix up a countertop herb garden or a small veggie container garden with four or five times the capacity of that thing. I have about six feet along one wall of my garage fixed up with lights and benches, and I have basil, oregano, rosemary, cherry tomatoes, small peppers, for winter, then I use the set-up to start seedlings for the outdoor garden in the spring.

  • sierraseven

    sierraseven

    个月 前

    @beedsj roiue I'm not saying that it doesn't work. I'm saying that you can get more for your money with another brand.

  • beedsj roiue

    beedsj roiue

    个月 前

    That Click n Grow seems legit, America's Test Kitchen named it their winner in a test of 4 models. Some competitors didn't work, some didn't grow nearly as fast. But the

  • lessoriginal
    lessoriginal个月 前

    James: I don't know when he finds the time to learn all these facts Ben: *embarrassed, boyish grin* I read the same thing you did! Marry me, Ben. You're too damn adorable.

  • Lady Typhon
    Lady Typhon个月 前

    That’s a nice 11 inch Pole you have there 😉

  • Lady Typhon
    Lady Typhon个月 前

    Double Ribbed for Ebber’s Pleasure.

  • Lady Typhon

    Lady Typhon

    个月 前

    SORTEDfood but can Ebbers handle the pressure? 😉🤣

  • SORTEDfood

    SORTEDfood

    个月 前

    When 'under pressure' - for sure!

  • Janine McGuire
    Janine McGuire个月 前

    Love the skillet how about testing some woks from the cheap to a good quality what features are going to work the best. What about basic kitchen kit like flippers whisks peelers and what you want from them What about breakfast ideas like the folded egg sandwich and other fresh breakfast ideas and lunch box ideas etc. Love you guys keep up the good work.

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