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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    So a very large tasty loaf that makes great crunchy toast? I'm sold!

    Might need to give this one a go when I get a spare moment (latest estimate is sometime around Spetember 2015)

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    I'd try it before you buy a big sack - I really don't like the taste of spelt, you don't want to be stuck with it if it's not to your taste.

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    A big red KitchenAid and a slow cooker for making shredded beef

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    I love my Bamix.

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Top_gun View Post
    I love my Bamix.
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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Cafetiere
    Steak knives

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    I also have a new toy, I believe it to be called a Julienne slicer. Slices and shreds in one movement, great for shredding carrots for salad etc.

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    I WANT A PATIO PLANT POT IN MY OVEN... NOW!!!!

    I've never seen that G8ina... you are a god

    Favourite Kitchen stuff.. gadgets?
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    Magic Bullet... 100% the best thing when you've got a kid.
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Original-BUL...4419517&sr=8-2
    it's a power base with pastic tubs/pots and a screw on blase base. It blends stuff and you can microwave the pot/tub with a screw on lid. So you can cook in it, blend in it and then pout it out. Great (under statement) for pasta sauces. Great for single portion fresh soup. Great for cocktails (smashes hell out of of ice cubes) and great for melting cheese it, then blending chilli with it and pouring ober nachos. Great for milkshakes (the cup/tub thing comes with screw on colured tops for drinking straight out of it..) great for... blummin' everything. I love it. 7 years old, had to buy new set of cups/tubs things.. power base ALWAYS on my kitchen work surface plugged in. Even use it for blending gravy. I adore it.
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    My dad made me a meat slicing board... it involves having a dad with a router (not a broadband router.. it's a router for cutting into wood) and a large bit of wood that looks like it wants meat carving on it.

    then get the bloke with the router to route deep grooves in it, all aimed to the corner to pour the meat juices back into the gravy. I love it.
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    Next up.. a glass Stock Seperator. It looks like a glass measuring jug but the spout is long, and thin and starts right at the bottom...

    when you pour all the meat juices into it, with the stock and the wine and ...everything... the fat floats.. and when you pour it.. the spout hole is at the bottom.. and all the nice fat free juie comes out.. and the fat stays in the glass jug.



    mine has the pouring spout connected even lower...
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    Next up is the the knife block.. the one that holds ANY knife and is washable.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Stellar-Fibr...4419866&sr=8-4

    buy the knives you WANT (not the ones that fit your current block) and PUT THEM IN SIDEWAYS>> cos iof you put them in blade down you WILL cut yourself at some point pulling one out from below it (experience)
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    next up.. drip stops. Thin foil like circles.. you roll it up, stick in the wine bottle and the wine doesn't drip down the side of the bottle.. ever.
    I got 10 for £1

    yup.. now THAT'S a tool

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    one of these :

    http://www.johnlewis.com/oxo-good-gr...=c&tmcampid=73

    so you can pour liquids at an angle and still measure. can also see the scale when looking down into the jug.

    I also have the fat seperator one
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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Just bought #2 son a potato ricer and i dream of a kitchen aid blender...

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    my new 2nd fav (the kenwood chef still holds 1st place) is the replacement to my Dualit hand blender as the POS broke for the 3rd time and Dualit would only offer to sell me a full new kit for 40% off, for less than that I got a Kenwood HB724 Triblade Hand Blender complete with a dedicated mashing/puréeing attachment..

    no splattering, attachments have geared drives to reduce the speed unlike the Dualit kit that whisked into the next street...

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Moby-Dick View Post
    one of these :

    http://www.johnlewis.com/oxo-good-gr...=c&tmcampid=73

    so you can pour liquids at an angle and still measure. can also see the scale when looking down into the jug.

    I also have the fat seperator one


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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Quote Originally Posted by g8ina View Post
    I also have a new toy, I believe it to be called a Julienne slicer. Slices and shreds in one movement, great for shredding carrots for salad etc.
    Also known (I think) as a mandolin.

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Kenwood mini chopper, I picked one up ages ago for £8

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0000C6WP..._df_B0000C6WPC

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    Re: Favourite kitchen gadgets ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunvsmoon View Post
    Kenwood mini chopper, I picked one up ages ago for £8

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0000C6WP..._df_B0000C6WPC
    That's a new design but it's exactly the same as my small kenwood, we paid 7 pounds for ours.

    Very handy, I especially like the whipped cream making attachment. It has one for juicing oranges as well but I never use that.

    It and my kenwood chef are the two most used gadgets in our kitchen.

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    I installed our first dishwaher last year and I bloody love it.

    Makes my life so much easier since I am on dishes all the time.
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