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Current sales, deals, and bargains (Part 2)


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21 hours ago, chefmd said:

I bought LUX60 instant pot.  Can't beat the price.  I never use 1/2 pressure and make yogurt in mason jars in sous vide bath.

 

Can you give me any more info or links on Sous Vide yogurt?

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7 minutes ago, Shelby said:

Apparently, Amazon, within the last half hour or so, has changed their policy and one is now allowed to buy up to 3 of the 7 in one Instant Pots.

 

 

I'm just sayin'.  

 

You are an eeevil woman!

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4 minutes ago, KitchenQueen said:

So pissed. Bought the Duo Instant Pot about 10 days ago as a gift. Paid about $120.00.  I have two, I know how great they are. Today Amazon has it for $68...ARGHH.

 

I wonder if you emailed them if they would honor the new price? 

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Ruhlman's tools are 35% off through Saturday with coupon code "cheer."



I must say, this BlackFriday/CyberMonday has been a bit of a bust (at least for me). I haven't seen any good deals apart from the Anova and Instant Pot (and I already have 2 circulators and an IP). The grass is always greener? Last year, Ruhlman's discount was 40%, and the year before that was 50%. Bah humbug.

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My daughter who lives with me ordered a Black-Friday-priced Multipot. It arrived today. Now I have to store away my larger crock pot (seldom used) to make room on the counter. I told her I would happily make space for it.

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12 hours ago, btbyrd said:

Bah humbug.

 

Humbug aside, I bought a couple sets of the Ruhlman acacia wooden paddles, the meat mallet, 8 of the offset soup soons, and the offset serving spoon. That's a buncho spoons n' paddles. And a mallet.

 

FYI, it can be cheaper to buy the paddles a la carte than buying the bundle of 3. The set of "one small + one medium" plus the single large "spanker" is cheaper than the bundle. 

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9 hours ago, blue_dolphin said:

[...] choked on the $18 shipping.

 

Yeah, I was also tempted but the shipping seems unreasonable.

 

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On 11/28/2016 at 11:11 AM, btbyrd said:

I must say, this BlackFriday/CyberMonday has been a bit of a bust (at least for me).

 

Yeah!

It really sucked this year.

All I bought was two mini dutch ovens.

 

:S

 

 

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~Martin :)

I just don't want to look back and think "I could have eaten that."

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The best thing about a vegetable garden is all the meat you can hunt and trap out of it!

 

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On 11/25/2016 at 2:33 AM, Shelby said:

Got another IP on sale for $68!

And did you see the prices for the smaller 5 qt. version and the larger 8 qt. version? WTF? Very strange that the smaller version should cost so much more.

 

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The Argentine company Darto is offering free worldwide shipping on their excellent carbon steel pans. I have the No. 27 and the No. 23 and love them; I'll probably pick up a couple more thanks to the free shipping. Their DHL international service is FAST, by the way. I think I got mine four days after I placed the order. I love cooking with carbon steel, and I especially love the design of the Dartos; they're made from a single piece of metal,so there are no rivets or welds for gunk to get caught up in. Here's some hot, buttery basting porn featuring the No. 27:

 

 

I first found out about them from the folks at ChefSteps. They rock a Darto in this pan-sauce video:
 

 

 

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On 11/29/2016 at 1:31 AM, blue_dolphin said:

I almost bought the Ruhlman spoon set but choked on the $18 shipping.  

 

On 11/29/2016 at 11:14 AM, DiggingDogFarm said:

 

Yeah, I was also tempted but the shipping seems unreasonable.

 

 

My order arrived and it's spoon city up in my place. I got 8 of the offset soup spoons (and they slipped an extra one in by accident) along with the offset serving spoon. The serving spoon is HUGE. I think I'm going to like the soup soons as well. And I like the meat mallet quite a bit. (It should do the job nicely). The only thing I'm sad about now is that realized I should have ordered another set of the smaller offset spoons. I freaking love those, and having another small, medium, and large one on hand would be quite nice. But now that I'm all Ruhlman-ed up, I don't know that I'll be ordering any time soon. The shipping's too high if you're just ordering a set of the spoons. If you're ordering $100+ of stuff, it doesn't seem so unreasonable. I'd be nice if he shipped some of the smaller items via USPS Priority in flat rate boxes.

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3 minutes ago, btbyrd said:

I'd be nice if he shipped some of the smaller items via USPS Priority in flat rate boxes.

 Yeah!

 

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The best thing about a vegetable garden is all the meat you can hunt and trap out of it!

 

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20 minutes ago, btbyrd said:

The Argentine company Darto is offering free worldwide shipping on their excellent carbon steel pans. I have the No. 27 and the No. 23 and love them; I'll probably pick up a couple more thanks to the free shipping. Their DHL international service is FAST, by the way. I think I got mine four days after I placed the order. I love cooking with carbon steel, and I especially love the design of the Dartos; they're made from a single piece of metal,so there are no rivets or welds for gunk to get caught up in.

 

 

 

I am very intrigued for an omelette pan. Some reviews find them a little heavy, though - how do you find the No. 23? (I think that looks like the best size for me - I'm concerned the No. 27 would be too heavy since I have wrist issues.)

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