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We left this off with a new Kenwood mixer. I was trying to post to the thread - on my phone - and inadvertently deleted the entire thread. Angie has assured me it cannot be recovered and has revoked my phone privileges.

So with my apologies I'll start it over.

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Pity about the entire thread disappearing :( No way to get back from a backup?

BTW, there is a Kenwood Cooking Chef now. For men without wives, I assume… :)
 
Are you serious? I was going through that thread buying each item one by one as I could afford it...
 
Bummer about the old thread, here is my contribution:
I recently got a custom figured walnut handle for my Hario TCA-5 Coffee Syphon to replace the plastic one
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I made a time lapse video as the real-time video is too long to watch, it’s on my Instagram and YouTube (not sure if I can get the syntax code to link video on the kkf app?)

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx0bJhqnFxU/?igshid=74sv0jho38k2
 
I saw this on your Instagram yesterday and my jaw hit the floor. I've done similar stuff customizing the woodwork on my espresso machines. Beautiful look!
 
In the old thread, I had a large number of posts during the first few months of this year where I was basically turning my home kitchen into pro-equipped. I had spent several grand on things I felt we were "missing" and my wife was basically like "blah". Today, as she is in the kitchen preparing for a large party she comes to me holding this folding stainless pizza shovel and had this huge smile on her face.

"This thing is excellent for transferring a cake from it's container to a serving platter", she exclaimed. "Tools are great!", she further exclaimed.
 
Bummer about the old thread, here is my contribution:
I recently got a custom figured walnut handle for my Hario TCA-5 Coffee Syphon to replace the plastic one
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I made a time lapse video as the real-time video is too long to watch, it’s on my Instagram and YouTube (not sure if I can get the syntax code to link video on the kkf app?)

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bx0bJhqnFxU/?igshid=74sv0jho38k2


Can you post photos of the knives in the background of the first photo?
 
I use my meat grinder mostly for pork mince. I don't like the quality of any supermarket mince, so I buy pork shoulder and mince it myself.
 
I use my meat grinder mostly for pork mince. I don't like the quality of any supermarket mince, so I buy pork shoulder and mince it myself.
Nice idea. Should be cheaper than the supermarket mince too unless you choose the really good stuff.
Anyway, I nicked your idea and defrosted a piece of pork shoulder I had in the freezer and ran it through the grinder this morning and now i have a batch of Frikadelle fars in the fridge.
 
Bought a recipe manager for my iPhone. Five bucks.

http://www.paprikaapp.com

It's kind of great. It automatically downloads recipes you choose and saves/categorizes and formats them without all the extraneous info. Sort of a dedicated bookmark manager for recipes.

Read the help and figured out how to use the share button in safari to automatically send a recipe to the app, that's pretty great and is, in and of itself, a testament to the joy of reading the damn manual.
 
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Bought a recipe manager for my iPhone. Five bucks.

http://www.paprikaapp.com

It's kind of great. It automatically downloads recipes you choose and saves/categorizes and formats them without all the extraneous info. Sort of a dedicated bookmark manager for recipes.

Read the help and figured out how to use the share button in safari to automatically send a recipe to the app, that's pretty great and is, in and of itself, a testament to the joy of reading the damn manual.

That’s an expensive one!!
 
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