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    Anybody get a searzall yet?

    I've seen that people have started receiving their searzalls from the kick starter campaign, anybody here recieve one yet? I'm really interested to hear how they perform.
    Huw
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    Senior Member wellminded1's Avatar
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    I am still waiting for mine, it was suppose to be released in June past, will let you know when it comes and how it performs.

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    Nope, but those are some happy looking new yorkers

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    What about the golden egg thing? Did anybody get one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndoorOutdoorCook View Post
    Nope, but those are some happy looking new yorkers
    I'm certain this is what the developers had in mind when they designed the product haha
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    There's a discussion on egullet where a couple people have received them. I'm open but this toy has not made my list yet.
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    I'm not a fan of blowtorching food period. I e found it to be largely gimmicky cooking wise but it can make your finished product prettier. The problem I have is that I can't get beyond the gas aftertaste.

    I've got the itwanabe and had high Modernist cooking expectations of cooking this without turning the stove on but so far other than tweaking chicken skin from a Ballottine, Im not impressed with blowtorched foods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    I'm not a fan of blowtorching food period. I e found it to be largely gimmicky cooking wise but it can make your finished product prettier. The problem I have is that I can't get beyond the gas aftertaste.

    I've got the itwanabe and had high Modernist cooking expectations of cooking this without turning the stove on but so far other than tweaking chicken skin from a Ballottine, Im not impressed with blowtorched foods.

    This product apparently gets rid of the "torch taste", we will see. We will see.

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    Yeah, I had high hopes of being able to brown meat from the sous vide without the hot cast iron and the resultant smoke. (Our hood fan is really a cruel joke.)

    My biggest complaint is the flame incinerates any rub, spices, pepper, etc. and makes them taste bitter. Besides, the torch frightens my dog.

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