Chefs and Normals Review Kitchen Gadgets S2 E2

Chefs and Normals Review Kitchen Gadgets S2 E2 Howto & Style

Anyone in need of a hilarious midweek pick-me-up? Look no further because in today’s episode, we’ve challenged the boys to see who can best pitch their kitchen gadget to the team. Who was the most convincing? Nominate your winner below!

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The Whisk Wiper:

The Morphy Richards Multifunctional Can Opener:

Churros Maker:

Cast Iron Tortilla Press:

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20 thoughts on “Chefs and Normals Review Kitchen Gadgets S2 E2

  1. Dream-tempo says:

    Calling a tortilla press a gadget greatly confuses me. It’s just a commonly used tool with many applications in hispanic/latin cooking. Would be like calling a bamboo steamer a gadget.

  2. SoItsSara says:

    Why would you want a healthy churro ? if you’re gonna go for a treat like that go the whole way!! Just in moderation ?

  3. Victor M says:

    as a mexican.. 33 pound for a tortilla press is way too much… we can get a fancy one for around 5 pounds and some people make some wood ones for less than that.. still a really useful tool to get in the kitchen.. maybe the taxes can get the price a bit high but I don’t think that high.. whoever is selling them is making a killing out of it…

  4. Stephen Thompson says:

    The tortilla press is way too high. Get an import from Mexico for a third the price. Also the tortilla press produces perfect won ton skins, gioza skins, etc., for all the asian stuffed pastries, fried, boiled or steamed.

  5. Hayyaan Anwar says:

    33 years old mate? You look like you are a matured up 26 yearold

  6. Prnkstr says:

    The cast iron “tortilla” press, since it is made of cast iron, I guess you could also use it along with direct heat to make other fun things such as flatbread?

  7. Umar Chaudhari says:

    I’m so concerned that Barry’s head and brain are a screw top, yet it explains so much… XD excellent work lads

  8. littlefantine says:

    This last gadget can also be used for making Indian Chappati. ? My husband brought one from India. works really good.

  9. Asiyah says:

    Mike’s gadget is my winner, I was very impressed with it and excited for all the functions.

  10. THE WOLVERINE says:

    Oohh damn. As a mexican. Seeing them use a tortilla presser to do flour tortillas hurt my soul.??? Those tortilla presses are more only used for mazeca corn tortilla hand made dough

  11. justalittleone says:

    It’s so weird to see them amazed for the tortilla presser, it’s just another normal household utensil in my house.

  12. woolfel says:

    tortilla press is the one I’d get. If my kitchen had room, I’d get one, since I make fresh tortilla at least once a month

  13. Martha Munoz says:

    Tortilla presses can last for generations. My grandma has one she still uses to this day that she brought with her from Mexico and it makes some of the best tortillas ever! ?? They are worth investing in one.

  14. theRbell3000 says:

    I am laughing so hard at the opener being paired with Berry after that corned beef fiasco during the canned food passed it on.

  15. SillyS says:

    1. If Mike comes with the gadget, jar/can opener (like Barry, I probably still can’t open that jar)
    2. Tortilla press
    3. Churros maker
    4. That “whisk wiper” thing

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