What's for supper - Second Course

APoc184

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Just fooling around with new camera high ISO settings and this was the first subject that came up.

Steak, caulirice and pumpkin.

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I.am.Sam

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Went to Durban the weekend

Business class food was salad and a lentil curry with cous cous



Landed at 830 and went to daruma umhlanga
Platter for 2 with fried rice



Also had a cucumber salad there and damn was good IMG_20181123_190743.jpeg IMG_20181123_191733.jpeg IMG_20181123_221100.jpeg IMG_20181123_221119.jpeg
 
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I guess I am doing a bit of Thread Hijacking but where can one get a Sous Vide in south africa? Preferably the stick types? I know you get the Severin from yuppiechef, but that is really on the pricy side IMO.
And I am kind of looking for it by the end of the week. I also tried amazon but they only have 120v and not 220v.
 

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Made a bacon, onion, bell pepper, mushroom, feta, egg mixture poured into a shallow disk and baked it in the oven,. nom nom nom
 

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I guess I am doing a bit of Thread Hijacking but where can one get a Sous Vide in south africa? Preferably the stick types? I know you get the Severin from yuppiechef, but that is really on the pricy side IMO.
And I am kind of looking for it by the end of the week. I also tried amazon but they only have 120v and not 220v.
Checkers.

I haven’t tried it but it’s a clone of the Severin and I can’t see why it wouldn’t work.
 
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