Reviewing High(er) End Kitchen Gadgets Vol.3 | SORTEDfood

31 Mär 2021
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Get ready because you’re in for a treat! Our Chef, Ebbers has loosened the purse strings and splashed the cash on a selection of higher-end kitchen gadgets, including the MUCH-REQUESTED Bartesian Machine! Have a watch to see how Jamie and Barry got on with testing them.
Sage by Heston, Smoking Gun:
Beech Wood 3 Blade Cabbage Slicer:
Bartesian Machine:
#SORTEDfood #Gadget #Chef #Sauerkraut #Cooking

  • James?

    William MacDonaldWilliam MacDonaldVor Tag
  • I'd love the beechwood slicer, not just for sauerkraut but also cabbage kimchi and for the cabbagy bit of okonomiyaki

    Rosanne DerrettRosanne DerrettVor Tag
  • That is not a "Bratwurst" it is a sausage which resembles a Bratwurst. The sausage looks way to dry, plus it´s a fine cut sausage. The meat of a real Bratwurst is supposed to be minced more coarse. Bis zum nächsten Video. Tschüss Jungs.

    H BH BVor Tag
  • Have you guys ever reviewed a rice cooker?

    Jeki13Jeki13Vor 3 Tage
  • I very much like this newer intro. A lot more stylish and less annoying when binging.

    RhewinRhewinVor 3 Tage
  • Soooo could you put herb in the smoking gun ?

    jammernocjammernocVor 3 Tage
  • Kinda miss the puns, unexpectedly haha

    khuang96khuang96Vor 4 Tage
  • "im not sure if its in the cream or on the cream" perhaps mixing it before going full cat and sticking your face in the bowl would have been a thought

    snakehulk21220snakehulk21220Vor 5 Tage
  • I may be just overly negative here and influenced by the fact that I usually prefer the base ingredients straight up, but I find the cocktail mixer extremely stupid, mostly for the fact that you have to use the capsules. That's terrible from both the perspective of the consumer as well as the environment. Syrups are several times cheaper than the capsules so it's still better to buy those if you just want to try out a bunch of cocktails at home. The biggest pain in the ass (where some convenience would actually be useful) generally tend to be mojito variations where you just impulsively decide to have a whole bunch but have to go buy mint because your plant died again and you end up buying ice cream as well as potato chips and other junk food, thinking you're going to watch a movie. You remember ice cream goes well with Malibu so you get that but you also get some cream just in case and then you go back to the alcohol section to get more white rum because the mint box is way too large for what you have at home. Later you find yourself watching youtube at 4AM with most of the alcohol gone and the movie unwatched. The point is, this machine won't mojito, let alone any variations of it. Anything with milk or cream is also a no go. The machine makes some of the most simple cocktails that can be mixed in less than two minutes no matter how drunk you are at the moment.

    I lick the insides of microwave popcorn packagesI lick the insides of microwave popcorn packagesVor 6 Tage
  • Have a look at the anova oven. Steam combi oven for the home. First units arrive in the uk this week (including mine :-D) after months of waiting

    Pete's Shredder.Pete's Shredder.Vor 6 Tage
  • "Smoke 'anything'"? OK!!!

    Adin SilajdzijaAdin SilajdzijaVor 7 Tage
  • i think for pod alcohol machines the one by drinkworks is so much better because the one in the video you still have to get your own alcohol so what is the point? What i would want out of such a machine is the convenience and that means everything in the pod and just have a water reservoir so that I don't have to have an alcohol cabinet (

    SolanariSolanariVor 7 Tage
  • Have that exact whiskey! It's spectacular!

    Gibby HartGibby HartVor 8 Tage
    • It's so good!

      SORTEDfoodSORTEDfoodVor 7 Tage
  • what does the last gadget even do? it's seems so fucking useless 💀

    ShuHaoShuHaoVor 8 Tage
  • So now you have this cabbage slicer you should definitely try cooking traditional Ukrainian borsch! :)

    Maria TykhonovaMaria TykhonovaVor 8 Tage
  • wouldnt pay more than 120 quid for that cocktail maker

    Benjamin HannaBenjamin HannaVor 8 Tage
  • The last one looks good, but these damn auto drink makers cost so much and end up tasting "passable" at best. Kuerig makes one that actually has the alcohol included, but Instill can't get over the $8 per glass price when it's would be the same or cheaper at the bar and I would not have to pay for the machine to make it to being with.

    djdsfdjdsfVor 8 Tage
  • The smoke gun seems great and I'd definitely use it. But the drinks machine is a big no-thank-you from me. Making a wide variety of drinks is really not that hard. Not even counting alcohol (as the 300pounds quoted in the video doesn't either), all of my tools, syrups, juices and garnishes were a fraction of that cost. Plus once the company stops making the pods you are SOL.

    exonwarriorexonwarriorVor 9 Tage
  • Only the smoking gun caught my eye, though I just got my new pampered chef mandolin - OMG! I love this thing so much - its not a traditional design because you move the blade rather than the food and its SO much safer! It has a chute you put the food in, and I guess a plunger is the best word for it (?) that you unlock and extend to push back down and that moves the blade to cut the food in the chute, of course there is a guard/pusher for the chute so everything gets cut even.

    Nova FernandezNova FernandezVor 9 Tage
  • $300 quid would buy you a lot of alcohol to make those cocktails and more

    Denise HoDenise HoVor 9 Tage
  • The smoking gun is really good. I find it better if you smoke it twice but leave overnight (if applicable) on the second smoking.

    WalkIntoMyFaceWalkIntoMyFaceVor 9 Tage
  • I have a grand idea for the smoker machine.

    tanzeen ahmedtanzeen ahmedVor 9 Tage
  • Hope anyone seeing this has a good day and thanks to the team for the vid.

    khaxjc1khaxjc1Vor 10 Tage
  • That drinks Keurig offends my sensibilities .... same as a coffee Keurig. Seems quite wasteful.

    oropher777oropher777Vor 10 Tage
  • Watching this video is like window shopping for my future kitchen.

    Carlos DrawsCarlos DrawsVor 10 Tage
  • Please tweak brightness or remove the pink light from behind Mike and Ben.

    KevinthemindfulKevinthemindfulVor 10 Tage
  • The trouble with fancy mandolins is that none of them do the job BETTER than a benny, and if you're not confident enough to use a benny then you probably shouldn't be using a mandoline.

    z3r0t0l3r4nsz3r0t0l3r4nsVor 10 Tage
  • "gift for a 21st birthday" wait, is that the legal drinking age there? I thought it was 16

    SymbroSymbroVor 10 Tage
    • 18 i believe

      Amelia T.Amelia T.Vor 8 Tage
  • I can't see myself getting any of these lot of items.

    Mary Joy SpohrerMary Joy SpohrerVor 10 Tage
  • The Bartesian Machine: The Keurig/Tassimo for alcoholics

    vampjoseph11vampjoseph11Vor 10 Tage
  • Way too many puns in one video, love it.

    FloorBankFloorBankVor 10 Tage
  • Ben seemed - sad ?

    Gerbrand SteynGerbrand SteynVor 10 Tage
  • Can you guys review the Almond Cow, please?

    Virgínia LijarcioVirgínia LijarcioVor 10 Tage
  • This is great for smoking pot !

    Irudium1Irudium1Vor 10 Tage
  • That coctail machine is definitely something that belongs in an Archer episode.

    Kriste IsopahkalaKriste IsopahkalaVor 11 Tage
  • Honestly, I want to like that cocktail thingy, but my gut is telling me it's garbage.

    tapeshafttapeshaftVor 11 Tage
  • What if the cheese is what you make the smoke with, not what you flavor with the smoke?

    Hannu Ala-OllaHannu Ala-OllaVor 11 Tage
  • "you can pretty much Smoke anything.." Jamie smirks. Same!

    Ray y GRay y GVor 11 Tage
  • I've considered the smoke gun for cocktails

    Bald ZeusBald ZeusVor 11 Tage
  • Wondering why they didn't try other things with the mandolin? It can be used for so much more than sauerkraut

    Aisha ZebenAisha ZebenVor 11 Tage
  • The last product i didn't like. If you want expensive cocktails - go to a bar (i know,i know, pandemic at the moment). If you like quality cocktails - learn how to make them at home. Also,for 300$ , you can stack up on so much decent bottles of alcohol and you will be way better off.

    SvMaverick91SvMaverick91Vor 11 Tage
  • i feel like ben would just be a great dad

    WollowaWollowaVor 11 Tage
  • I wonder what could be done by bubbling smoke through a liquid (cream or melted butter before sautéing mushrooms and onions). Smoky ghee sounds worth trying.

    bloemundudebloemundudeVor 11 Tage
  • .... as a bartender. Just learn the recipe. Of all the complicated 6 ingredient cocktails I could choose. U chose old fashioned and cosmopolitan. They are literally the cocktails You can make so show off ur balance of ingredients. That’s what makes them good. 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏻‍♂️

    Jay BJay BVor 12 Tage
  • Can we see a thermomix review please!

  • The cocktail maker is tops, but I cannot justify the price point. Perhaps 1/3 less than its current would be easier to swallow

    Thomas SchmidtThomas SchmidtVor 12 Tage
  • Sage gun is now 45 quid onAmazon.

    Alexandra M.Alexandra M.Vor 12 Tage
  • You guys are killing it!

    Edward HodgeEdward HodgeVor 12 Tage
  • Papa Joshua would be really happy with the first one ☝️

    AbeyAbeyVor 12 Tage
  • Ohh, get that smoker and up grade cheap smoked salmon into fancy smoked salmon.

    StarlightthedarkStarlightthedarkVor 12 Tage
  • Am I the only one to think of a second kind of use for the smoke machine ?

    Alvino veritasAlvino veritasVor 12 Tage
  • Jamie : here, have a jug of cream Barry: *_scallpoie dü'mon pepeaux_*

    vilmos1584vilmos1584Vor 12 Tage
  • How valuable is the pound to the british? Because 300 pounds sounds cheap to me for that type of gadget

    STC SuntzucreedSTC SuntzucreedVor 12 Tage
  • You can buy a passable espresso machine for the price of that cocktail making piece of crap.

    ZoeZoeVor 12 Tage
  • I am totally buying the cocktail maker!

    Alethea LenningAlethea LenningVor 12 Tage
  • The cabbage cutter really made me think how deferent cultures are, in the Balkan area that thing is a common house item and good wooden one would cost less than 10e. Also you could make fresh cabbage salad with it as well as slice anything you need not just cabbage.

    nadim obeidnadim obeidVor 12 Tage
  • What if you did a pass it on, but in addition to the regular video, you released footage of the whole thing in real time. Like an hour long video!

    GobsnachazGobsnachazVor 12 Tage
  • I have a real problem with that cocktail thing. It's huge and takes up counter space but also doesn't actually do anything. I suppose it measures out a pour of your main spirit, but it's just taking a cocktail mix in a pod, shooting into a mixing vessel or glass. You could get the exact same result with an auto-stop pouring tip and a knife to cut open the pod for hundreds of pounds less. It's not mixing, diluting, stirring, chilling or any of the actual challenging or time consuming things that come with making a drink.

    David PevetoDavid PevetoVor 12 Tage
  • The cocktail machine is far and away not worth the money. Most of the cocktails people would be making at home are simple enough to not need a machine for their creation; for example, a Cosmo is 4 ingredients: vodka, lime juice, triple sec, and cranberry juice. That cosmo was so heavy on the cran when it should be more of a light pink because it's already gonna be tart thanks to the combo of cran and lime juice, so to go that heavy on the cran is just too much. Simple cocktails don't take too long to make nor are they worth losing the personal touch of how the consumer enjoys them.

    Marcus BakerMarcus BakerVor 13 Tage
  • We bartenders have been using smoking guns for literally years

    blackmanpacmanblackmanpacmanVor 13 Tage
  • Jamies reaction to you can pretty much smoke anything 😳 but it's gonna be cold smoke😆.

    Lisa HoeppnerLisa HoeppnerVor 13 Tage
  • It's common in Japan to serve shredded lettus with deep fried foods so they should sell that cabbage shredder there.

    makido1234makido1234Vor 13 Tage
  • Would love to see the chefs play around with the Sage, Smoking Gun on different food using different ‘burnables’. Like what type of dried teas are good, and what they’d be used for. Barry said you could use hay and I am supper excited to find out what smoked hay goes well with. The use of hay for flavor is something I’ve never hear of before.

    Monique AstlMonique AstlVor 13 Tage
  • I just want more of the plug song. "Pluggy plug plug plug plug plug-plug WOW!"

    Lazy-ish ViolaCookLazy-ish ViolaCookVor 13 Tage
  • Forget a specialized cabbage shredder, you can get wafer thin shreds with a food processor’s slicer attachment and also get all the useful benefits of a food processor too.

    Justikki SmithJustikki SmithVor 13 Tage
  • The drink dispenser thingy is useless. like i dont want to spend 300quid on a machine that makes me drinks that i can simply make on my own with simple recipes that i can find all over the internet.

    nichtLachennichtLachenVor 13 Tage
  • You normally also put carrots (diced or sliced) in the Sauerkraut and some people also put smoked ham in it. it's freaking delicious

    nichtLachennichtLachenVor 13 Tage
  • I haven't watched anything on this channel in a long time, but I can see that Ben is noticeably thinner, not like he was ever overweight fat. However, good on you Ben. Loved the episode.

    William SaykaoWilliam SaykaoVor 13 Tage
  • I quite like the cabbage mandolin.

    NagelfarNagelfarVor 13 Tage
  • Is it just me or does it look like Ebbers has lost weight? 🤔

    Micky PMicky PVor 13 Tage
  • The bar machine would have been great at the beginning of COVID if we knew it would last over a year. It replaces going to a bar.

    Rach HedgeRach HedgeVor 13 Tage
  • For £300 you can solve the problem by buying all your favourite cocktail ingredients, a place to store them, and a simple set of bar tools

    Sam WSam WVor 13 Tage
  • Love these. Check out the Levo Infusion Machine for your next round of gadge.

    Willow DavidsonWillow DavidsonVor 13 Tage
  • That yellow light on the left keep making think there's a random pineapple slice

    bustednebsbustednebsVor 13 Tage
  • I have a smoking gun.. pretty fun to use. I’ve made smoked salted Carmel ice cream.

    Aaron StroudAaron StroudVor 13 Tage
  • The bar machine is so ridiculously stupid. And what's with "cool" gadgets that make so much plastic waste. Like a middle finger to the planet. But it's cool right. Would be nice if you guys had some gadgets or a series of gadgets that's environmentally friendly.

    Franscois 77Franscois 77Vor 13 Tage
  • Now one is useful.

    Martin JacobssonMartin JacobssonVor 14 Tage
  • smoke weed

    01 Achmad Rifan Hidayat01 Achmad Rifan HidayatVor 14 Tage
  • These were some fun gadgets...with the exception of the specialty mandolin. (Too Ben specific...although cheers to Ben for slicing his own cabbage!) The cocktail machine was really neat, but anything coming out of a flavor pod is already a handicap in terms of flavor.

    Kathy EricksonKathy EricksonVor 14 Tage
  • I use a plastic version of the cabbage cutter for pretty much all slicing i do.

    Ragmatical RachelRagmatical RachelVor 14 Tage
  • I bet they all violate Alton's rules... must be multi-functional or else they ain't shit... well, who cares what the rich use? I don't, long as it poisons them slowly :)

    janedaggerjanedaggerVor 14 Tage
  • Seeing someone make sauerkraut is always interesting. I have only made it by the barrel full. Tight Layers of kraut and salt with a cloth over the top then a wood press with a big rock and ring it close with a sheet of plastic and wash the top of the kraut every week to remove the white yeast with a clean cloth and water and just wait and it ferments and becomes sauerkraut. Now fermented coleslaw is faster and I think might be what some folks are making in a week.

    Windy HawthornWindy HawthornVor 14 Tage
  • Jamie’s smokers cough was too natural 👀😂😂

    Ashley MarieAshley MarieVor 14 Tage
  • I mean this lovingly bc I 💜 Ebbers either way but he's for sure lost some lbs so looking good Ebbers! Congrats :)

    Eva OEva OVor 14 Tage
  • Re: Smoking Gun, I’ve found that almost always, it’s more the smoke that billows out that I’m tasting vs smoke penetrating the food itself. 🤷‍♀️ idk that it’s worth it for me hahah

    Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!Claire Campbell - Hey Blondie!Vor 14 Tage
  • making sauerkraut Every japanese in the chat, NAY mate okonomiyaki is the way to go

    darknessbladedarknessbladeVor 14 Tage
  • Out of my 7 rums bottles I use 4 for drinks. Don't even start me on tequilas. With 520$ CAD ( ~ 300£ ) you can get the materials to build a bar in your house, get second hand mini-fridge + ice machine, all the basic barware+glassware and STILL afford more than 4 damn bottles of basic alcohol. This is ridiculous.

    Charlie DonaldsonCharlie DonaldsonVor 14 Tage
  • I feel like a fun battle idea would be where both the J's (James and Jamie) and both the B's (Ben and Barry) have to team up together to try and beat the other team, with Mike getting to be the judge because he's the only one who doesn't share the starting letter of his name with any of the others.

    SkeletronPrime655SkeletronPrime655Vor 14 Tage
  • I've had my eye on that bartesian for a hot minute. The fact that you guys reviewed it, makes me want it even more.

    Sage MoonchildSage MoonchildVor 14 Tage
  • nope to the smoky thing nope nope I think the sauerkraut mandolin would make Amazing vegetable crisps

    kalefarmerfulkalefarmerfulVor 14 Tage
  • How would the long island iced tea one work though? That's typically at least 4(?) liquors, unless they ask you to add 1 and have the rest within the capsule although that sounds counter-intuitive?

    Littlekelt95Littlekelt95Vor 14 Tage
  • If I were willing to miss it for a few weeks, I'd lend you guys my new 'seventeen different functions and a light show' rice cooker (Sorry, the Reishunger 1.5 liter digital PREMIUM rice cooker) and see what happens. Mostly because I have managed to make exactly three functions work, and one of them is the 'keep warm' that springs on automatically. Partially because I want to see James get really really upset over how much space can be taken up by a thing that is mostly there to do rice. Also, several of the normals might be into the space-shippiness of it all.

    WantedVisualsWantedVisualsVor 14 Tage
  • Enjoyed the Vid. I've had several mandolines, and I used a plastic Famous V , which is good ( and safe) and flexable. Don't need one just for cabbage. Cocktail maker - bleurgg . only 4 spirits ? plus you have to put ina good slug in each container, and then clean em out , How often do i have cocktails - not very often. and then i make a couple fo different ones, not just 4 spirits. Have you done the all in one coffee makers ? Bean to cup

    Peter GillonPeter GillonVor 14 Tage
  • im sorry but who is the blonde on the cook book yall dont have a blonde in the group if its mike then i would like a petition to eactly dye his hair blonde

    coldfrostcoldfrostVor 14 Tage
  • You can buy a premixed cocktail in a tin for between £1-£3 and it includes the actual alcohol, plus the tins are recyclable. Ok, @Sortedfood taste test tinned cocktails!

    elariel01elariel01Vor 14 Tage
  • Mike at 4:08 looks so awkward it’s cute! Really, he looks awkward the whole video 😂

    Courtney HillCourtney HillVor 14 Tage
  • It probably would help you sell a lot more books if you mention that the recepies in them are in normal metric system, with grams and liters not cups and ounces like usual british cook books. I was hesitant to try your app, because of it.

    Mihhail GotovtsevMihhail GotovtsevVor 14 Tage
  • This seems to have changed a bit, seems more like advertising than giving real honest reviews. Used to make me laugh this part of the show.

    James LJames LVor 14 Tage
  • The smoker seems so good to have!

    eastercateastercatVor 14 Tage
  • Just to let you know, there is nothing new about the cabbage grater. In our family, we have a similar one which might be almost 100 years old. As a child, every autumn I helped my father to grate 50 kg of cabbage to make sauerkraut for the family. We usually sat in front of each other with the grater in between. And the cabbage was falling into a big bucket on the floor. My mother would add carraway and mustard seeds, salt and grated onions. Then the cabbage was pressed and stored in huge ceramic pots.

    Petra SumováPetra SumováVor 14 Tage