Chefs vs Normals: Reviewing Kitchen Gadgets Vol.17

In the world of food, gadgets seem to be popping up every day to make our lives in the kitchen that little bit easier… but the real question is, are they necessary and do they actually work?

In this episode, we test and review a bunch of gadgets to find out if they’re worth the cupboard space. Get ready to be amazed, amused and confused… all at once!

If you want to find out more about the gadgets we looked at, here are all the links you’ll need – we haven’t been paid/sponsored to talk about any of them so they are our honest reviews… But these links are affiliate links, which means if you click on them we may receive a very small amount or percentage if you go on to purchase – this adds no extra cost to you.

Golden Egg Maker:
Kitchen Scale Spoon:
Rotary Cheese Grater:
Sage Smart Waffle Maker:

Want our Fried Chicken and Waffles recipe and MORE? Nab your copy of CBA2 here! ​

Ready to live the ultimate food lifestyle?

Come and join the Sorted Club to make use of the smart tools that connect millions of foodies around the world and help you create your ultimate food lifestyle.
– Simplify midweek cooking with smart meal packs and audio guides
– Visit locally recommended restaurants & experiences in major cities around the world
– Listen to weekly podcasts that debate trending food topics
– Enjoy the full collection of Sorted Club Books and build your own cookbook.

Check it out here:


Chefs vs Normals: Reviewing Kitchen Gadgets Vol.17 – Video published on YouTube by SORTEDfood:

20 thoughts on “Chefs vs Normals: Reviewing Kitchen Gadgets Vol.17

  1. questionablejam says:

    You should do the Mitsubishi bread oven in one of these videos ? can just imagine James getting furious about a £400 toaster

  2. Alan Hope says:

    There is no Belgian waffle. There’s a Brussels waffle, which is what they produced. And there’s a Liege waffle, made with a yeast dough so it’s heavier and also cooked with sugar on the outside. that caramelises. It looks like this:

  3. Mykasan says:

    i have a waffle iron (30$) I used it for 5 times now and I love it. It’s not my favorite appliance in the kitchen but i’ve kept the box it came in and it’s really easier to put away in the pantry

  4. John G says:

    FYI, Sage in the UK is the same as Breville in the US. They usually have outstanding quality gear.

  5. prizegotti says:

    Spinning an egg like that won’t do anything because of inertia, in the same way that if you rotate a glass of water, the water in the glass doesn’t rotate with it.

  6. C Silkenat says:

    With that grater, if it came with a plunger I would love it, because it is way safer than the knucklebuster box grater.

  7. ghughesarch says:

    F—- me sideway, that egg thing is ridiculous.
    Not only does it not work, but it claims to solve a problem that has never existed – children (rightly) do not like boiled egg /white/, icky gummy gloppy stuff that it is.

  8. Sandra Paukstaityte says:

    Watched Inception for the first time ever last night ? That blooper is on point and terrifying

Comments are closed.

en English