Yet again the ‘marketing’ (I use the term loosely in relation to the fuckwits responsible) people produce a video that entirely misses the point. Shows us how to assemble it, switch it on and heat it up, but omit to actually show us the purpose of this crapgadget - to COOK AN EFFING STEAK!!
It’s only missing a message in the end credits: No steaks were harmed in the making of this video.
While a regular BBQ grills meat at temperatures around 750°F, the ceramic burner inside the SteakMaster fires up like the heart of the sun, radiating up to 1,500°F of intense heat.
So I need to buy non-metric steaks for this to work?
So, it’s … a … broiler? Novel!
(I should probably have posted this on the food thread.)
But can it make corn balls as well as the corn baller?
Given that the core of the sun is 27 million degrees I’d think it would be considerably faster than that.
Plus, you’d think being fusion powered would get more mention in the ad copy since that’s a pretty impressive feature.
…You know, I don’t really have a problem, waiting 3-6 or so minutes a side, using any bog-standard charcoal or gas grill.
I want to see this thing make a decent creamed spinach.
If they equip with a refractary stone could be used to make, pizza.
I think I’ll just skip the preliminaries and eat a charcoal briquette.
If it’s not cooked over wood, it’s not a good steak. What I cook is far, far better than what you will get at any “steakhouse”.
So… a low-end salamander. That gives a basis for comparison, anyway
Yes, temperatures in Kelvin only, please.
As one who usually skips red meat, I wonder how long it takes to incinerate salmon steaks? Chicken breasts? Tofu burgers?
Gotta try this, thanks!
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