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Thursday, December 09, 2010

TigerChef review

Lately I've been experimenting with some simple cooking, and of course for cooking you need cooking equipment. TigerChef is one of the many sources of cooking equipment you can get, although they are oriented more at restaurants than individual needs.

Anyway, I'm quite happy with the initial experiments and with the help of my dear wife who endures them and gives feedback on it I hope to start making more and more complex dishes. It seems incredible how simple it is to put together a dish following a recipe (but it is also hard work). And you get a (hopefully) delicious reward at the end.

The two things I cooked so fare are potatoes cooked in their "skin" and "turosgomboc" (Google translate is no help to me finding the translations of these terms). The potatoes were the simpler of the two (you just had to cook them in the oven for 40 minutes and eat it with butter or cheese) while the "turosgomboc" was quite an involvement. Fortunately I found this recipe and it worked out great.

Full disclosure: this is a paid review from ReviewMe. Under the terms of the understanding I was not obligated to skew my viewpoint in any way (ie. only post positive facts).


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