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#21 of 30 OFFLINE   gagoko2001

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Posted July 22 2014 - 07:03 AM

Thanks for all the great suggesstion guys, but we shelved the projector idea for now.

 

He already has his own set of powertools that he got from his old man a few years back.  We were thinking of something he can use in the kitchen since he likes to cook.



#22 of 30 OFFLINE   Sam Posten

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Posted July 22 2014 - 09:33 AM

Very cool. Kitchen stuff I can recommend:All-Clad D5, including a mix of pure stainless and coated pans. They are heavy duty and will last a lifetime.http://www.cutleryan...pan-set-p129412http://www.cutleryan...are-set-p125288Breville convection oven:http://www.amazon.co...convection ovenAnother nice idea is a wheelbarrow full of cheer. Buy an inexpensive wheelbarrow, a couple cases of nice beer, and about 20 bottles of premium alcohol to get a kick ass bar set up. Not to be consumed during the bachelor party!https://www.flickr.c...cors/6038171803https://www.flickr.c...@N03/5173722437

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Posted July 22 2014 - 10:41 AM

Get them a water boiler. Zojirushi. They come in 2, 3 and 4 liter. Worth every penny.

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Posted July 22 2014 - 03:08 PM

Very cool. Kitchen stuff I can recommend:All-Clad D5, including a mix of pure stainless and coated pans. They are heavy duty and will last a lifetime.http://www.cutleryan...pan-set-p129412http://www.cutleryan...are-set-p125288Breville convection oven:http://www.amazon.co...convection oven

Get the normal tri-ply. The D5 is quite heavy and even more overkill for the home cook. And as an owner of All-Clad triply, I'll even suggest trying other brands, because All-Clad handles are uncomfortable. :)I wholly endorse the Breville toaster oven. I've got it. It's awesome.And since we've completely hijacked the 3D Projector thread and turned it into Kitchen Wedding Registry... :DA high quality set of knives. I like Wusthof. Buying equivalent in Henckels is also excellent. I like a small well chosen set over a block kit.http://www.amazon.co...06070231&sr=1-4http://www.amazon.co...d_bxgy_k_text_yhttp://www.amazon.co...HKPBHDZ2CVFKGQ9http://www.amazon.co...06070412&sr=1-2http://www.amazon.co...FSAADD2Y3DCZMH http://www.amazon.co...eywords=kapoosh

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Posted July 22 2014 - 03:10 PM

Get them a water boiler.Zojirushi. They come in 2, 3 and 4 liter. Worth every penny.

I had such a thing in grad school. Made me lots of hot chocolate. Then I gave it to mom, and she made lots of tea in her used book store. But now, for the common joe (such as me), a Keurig is probably a more robust option. :)



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Posted July 22 2014 - 03:13 PM

I had such a thing in grad school. Made me lots of hot chocolate. Then I gave it to mom, and she made lots of tea in her used book store. But now, for the common joe (such as me), a Keurig is probably a more robust option. :)

The Zoji boils water then sets at a predetermined temp for hours. It isn't "once and done".

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Posted July 22 2014 - 03:21 PM

I wholly supper the Breville toaster oven. I've got it. It's awesome.

 

Does the food appear to pop out when it's done. 

 

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Posted July 22 2014 - 05:09 PM

Is this a HT forum or a cooking forum?

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Posted July 22 2014 - 05:54 PM

We're great at spending other people's money.

 

I also fully support Wusthof.  I have a full motley set and will never go back to consumer grade.



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Posted July 22 2014 - 06:49 PM

Is this a HT forum or a cooking forum?

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