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Sale will be until May 15 or until we reach 15.000 units sold.
 
Best,
 
Nicolas Grosny ""
 
I hope to order today   

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.... don’t they usually do a Christmas/NY 50% sale, anyway? 

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Was on the fence but remembered that I have a VISA gift card that can only be used on line.  Like @kayb, I won’t add up all my enabled purchases.  CSO, Instant Pot, Anova and way too many Kindle books.  Got the 25.

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Posted (edited)
21 hours ago, adey73 said:

.... don’t they usually do a Christmas/NY 50% sale, anyway? 

 

In 2017, they did a 50% off special in the summer and a free-shipping special (no discount) in December.

I have the 20 and 25 paella pans in my cart and am dithering on adding a 25 sauté pan.  I already have old style 20 and 23 pans and a 10.5 inch cast iron pan so I'm not sure....

 

Edited to add that I stopped dithering and added the 25 pan to my order. Done.:D


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@DiggingDogFarm

 

why not email them and ask about the older style pan ?

 

they are very polite , and their English is excellent 

 

they may not reveal their long term plans ..

 

but they won't yank  you around !

 

mention eG

 

they possible follow this thread

 

Ive talked to them on the phone a couple of times

 

had there were issues w my CC and maybe Safari or what ever.

 

real gentlemen.

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10 minutes ago, rotuts said:

@JoNorvelleWalker

 

Nice

 

No CSO ?

 

These are most certainly intended for the CSO.

 

(Though I had a dream last night that the anova steam oven was finally released!)

 

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Sorry

 

paella pans ?

 

I think the Anova Team is still in BoraBora or there abouts

 

enjoying their Windfall

 

and still Skiny-dippi8ng.

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21 minutes ago, rotuts said:

Sorry

 

paella pans ?

 

I think the Anova Team is still in BoraBora or there abouts

 

enjoying their Windfall

 

and still Skiny-dippi8ng.

 

Yes, paella pans, sorry.

 

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Posted (edited)

@oNorvelleWalker

 

that a P-20 looks interesting

 

6.2 " internal diameter 

 

2 eggs poached on of some tomato sauce ?

 

that's what Im thinking.

 

a slice or two of chorizo somewhere ?

 

a little cooked rice on the bottom. ?


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I have the 

 

S - 25 and S-27

 

w a P - 27

 

with my name on them.

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I already have the old-style S-27. Just ordered S-20,25, and 27. Thanks to my egullet peeps for enabling.

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Stupid question, but since they're not shipping until the fall, and I see they offer payment in installments, how exactly do I choose to do that?

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email them

 

or call.

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Well turns out that option is just for people in Argentina with Argentine credit cards. I went a bit wild buying rum at Astor Wine last week so I might have to buy just two pans...


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On 5/8/2018 at 3:31 PM, Hassouni said:

Stupid question, but since they're not shipping until the fall, and I see they offer payment in installments, how exactly do I choose to do that?

Be careful.  The Argentine peso and the entire economy is in real trouble at present.

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Pulled the trigger in the nick of time on a 25 and 27. Hoping the 25 becomes my perfect spanish tortilla pan! I was debating the 20 pan and the 34 paella but I think I'll use them less - seems that Darto often offers discounts so maybe later!

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4 hours ago, Hassouni said:

Pulled the trigger in the nick of time on a 25 and 27. Hoping the 25 becomes my perfect spanish tortilla pan! I was debating the 20 pan and the 34 paella but I think I'll use them less - seems that Darto often offers discounts so maybe later!

 

What's the difference between a Spanish tortilla and other tortillas?

 

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5 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

What's the difference between a Spanish tortilla and other tortillas?

 

 A spanish tortilla is more like a fritata. Layered potatoes and egg mostly. Jose Andres famously makes one with hydrated potato chips.

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potatoes , onions , eggs , olive oil, salt , maybe black pepper

 

nothing else

 

debate here on the type of potato.

 

excellent cold, the next day

 

make two

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I may be a heretic for this, but I love to add some sausage (chorizo, andouille, etc.) and some cheese. Preferably Manchego or Idiazabal. Yum.

 

Oh, and green onions. No bell peppers, though. :P

 


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nothing wrong w adding stuff you like.

 

its just not aTortilla Española anymore.

 

tasty as it is w more stuff.

 

BTW :  in Spain , at least Back Then 

 

a picnic in the Country was a national pastime :

 

any field would do outside of the City or Town

 

and the T.E.  was a staple  almost everywhere.

 

I don't think anyone ever made one.

 

not going on a picnic anytime soon ?

 

a major constituent RoomTemp for those who took their lunch with them or a snack in the afternoon 


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The old models are back in stock right now except for the small paella. 

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