Chefs Review Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 3

Chefs Review Kitchen Gadgets Vol. 3


Hey, welcome to sorted. We’re a bunch of mates in London
looking for exceptional things in the food world that
will help make our and your lives that
little bit better between stitching each other
up from all the innuendos. Now be warned, we have two
chefs that we give them limited air time. And we make sure
all of our ideas start with a
suggestion from you. [MUSIC PLAYING – JADED,
“PANCAKE”] –I’m gooey in the middle,
baby, let me bake. Hello. I’m Jaime, and this is Barry. Today, two chefs
review some absolutely ridiculous, awful,
pointless gadgets. But just wait because
there’s one or two that are going to blow your mind. We’re joking. Love it or hate it? Hate it. Definitely hate it. And everything
that goes into it. Yep. (SINGING) Turn around. Ooh. Pizza, pizza, pizza. Yes. Yes. Really? Yes. Huh? Is it like a mobile pizza oven? This is the G3 Ferrari G10006
Delizia Pizza Oven in red. Where’s my pizza dough? Let’s make pizza. I cannot wait. Let’s give give him
his pizza to make. [SLAMMING SOUND] [JAIME AND BARRY CHUCKLE] What I love about pizza is
how amazing they can be. Thanks. Well, it says it does frozen
pizzas, so we shall see. Oh, do you want these? (IN UNISON) Ah! You know the best thing
about this gadget– Mm-hmm –is whatever happens,
whether he likes it or not, we get pizza. [CLOCK TICKING SOUND] What I’m intrigued
by is whether you can get that really
authentic, crispy base, which I think you’ll almost definitely
could from a raw dough. That is looking somewhat black. He calls himself a chef,
burning frozen pizza. It’s ready. [DING] [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] I mean, how bad is that? I love that as a gadget. I think you need some
more experimenting with to get it right. And I would love to try
it with a homemade dough. All right. How much do you
think it retails for? 65 pounds. 60 quid. It’s 99.99 I was really excited about it. I don’t really want
to blame it yet. If you think we should
put this to the test properly and cook up a
bunch of stuff in it, comment down below,
and James and I will tackle that one properly. But use this or not, you decide. I still feel upset
about the pizza. Doesn’t fit. Ooh. It’s a gratey thing. This is the 10-in-1
King Mandolin Chopper. [INAUDIBLE] What’s it’s called. Oh sorry. It’s actually called
the [SPEAKING GERMAN].. It cuts, slices, dices, and
portions vegetables, fruits, and other food effortlessly
in only one simple move, into even decorative pieces. And Ben would like
you to demonstrate three different techniques. If it’s sharp and dices a tomato
with one plunge, I’m impressed. Oh, use those guns. It worked! [GRATING SOUND] It’s all right. It’s great. It’s got it all there. It’s got the hand guard. So as long as you
use that, you’re not going to cut yourself. Be careful with
your hands, mate. Ow! Oh, I think I just cut myself. All right then. You like it. We get it. How much is it? 20 pou– 30 pounds. 22 pounds. This is 21 pound 50. Uh! Because I really like it. I don’t know if it’s
that useful for me. But it is a really good gadget,
so it is actually up to you. Useless or not, you decide. Turn around. Yes! Fits under the closh. (GASP) What is that? Ooh, hello. Is it supposed to
look like that? Well, obviously no. [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] Oh oh. It’s been used. I’m guessing this
pouch houses a battery. Push the button. [VIBRATING SOUND] It’s vibrating– but are
you just pulling my leg? This isn’t food at all. This is just the op–
this is just a curve ball. And you’re wondering if
James and I recognize it. I’ve never used one before. [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] This is the Latte Art
Pen electric coffee pen. An art pen for
latte and food DIY. The electric coffee pen can be
used by children, teenagers, adults, and LAPs. I’m going to try it first. Oh! I don’t think Ben’s the
most artistic amongst us, and therefore he might struggle
where the gadget might shine. Come on, James. Stop playing. Get on with it. Oh, he’s in love. It’s so good. [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] It’s very accurate. Tada! I like that. [JAIME AND BARRY CHUCKLE] Why is this making
me laugh so much? [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] It was like a “J” and
then a little kissy thing and then, I don’t know. What I like about it is
that it’s not pretending to be anything that it’s not. You see what you
get on the package. And you get what you see. I can imagine lots of people
spending far too much time with this, possibly
myself included. So how much do you reckon it is? I’m going to go with 7 pound 50. I would pay a solid
12 quid for that and put it in a
stocking or something because I think other
people would have as much fun as I did with that. It actually is 6 pound 60. I actually love it. I love it. Who knew that would be
one that you like so much? It’s so great. [TAPPING SOUND] Use this or not, you decide. This is [BLEEP] There’s not a
chance this is going to work. Ben? Yeah. Please, turn around. James, this way cooey. It’s on a mat. Oh, it is a mat. [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH] Well, something that
reached I imagine might be for like shaping
pasta or shaping gnocchi. Hooks, but maybe that’s just so
you can hang it in your kitchen once you’ve finished using
it because you’ll probably never use it again. I don’t know. I actually have no idea. This is a miracle
defroster tray. It thaws frozen food in minutes. Wow! No power, no chemicals,
no microwave. You can defrost chicken breast
in 12 minutes or a whole steak in 30. So gathering heat from light– what? It also says the safest way
to defrost meat or frozen food quickly and naturally. That I don’t agree with. The safest way is
always in the fridge so it never goes into the danger
zone about your four or five degrees. Talk us through the steps. [JAIME AND BARRY CHUCKLE] [SLAM] We’ll come back to
that in 30 minutes. I’ll tell you what– What? No– no. Come on. Are you egging us on? I’m not saying a lot
because I’m racking my brain to try and justify and
explain the science there. But that has defrosted
an inch-thick steak. Of course, it doesn’t
look very defrosted. It’s not very defrosted. But I get what it’s doing
because the whole sheet is really cold. So it’s interesting that one’s
worked and one hasn’t worked. And that’s the only difference
is that I can think is– Contact points. Yeah, contact points. Yeah. I’d like to put something
on a plate next to it and see the difference
between the two. So that’s what we did. We got the frozen
chicken breasts that weighed exactly the same and put
one of the miracle defrosting tray and one on a standard
plate and started a timer. After 35 minutes, the
defroster tray chicken had completely defrosted
whilst the center of the chicken breast on
the plate was still frozen. I mean it’s– so
yeah, right now, so it’s like you’ve
taken it out the fridge. And I would never cook a
steak from fridge cold either. But right now, this
is no longer frozen. This is chilled. How much you think he’s worth? I would never pay money
for that because I wouldn’t believe it would work. But it does work, and
therefore, 19 pounds 95. I mean mate, go get your cell
phone because it’s 13 pounds 98. I’m impressed. [GASP] Use this or not, you decide. Coming up on Wednesday,
something amazingly exciting– we’re doing it a collab
with the React channel. About flippin’ time. When I first met the farmer,
I was about eight years ago. (IN A WHINY VOICE) Mm, I
was an internet celebrity before everybody else was. Shut up. This is not a thing. But you know what is a thing– Dad Joke of the Week! No! Yeah, you’re going
to love this one. Go on. Yeah. What’s the difference
between you and eggs? I would say I’m slightly
more intelligent, but. Eggs get laid and you don’t. Brilliant. We will see on you Wednesday. Have a great week. Goodbye. As we mentioned, sorted is
just run by a group of friends. So if you like what
we’re doing, then there are loads of ways you
can support us and get more involved everything. You need to know
is linked below. Thanks and hope to
see you in a few days. And you guess is? While you’re waiting
for something to cook, keep yourself entertained. [JAIME AND BARRY LAUGH]

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