Searzall

Aug 25, 2016

Category: Gear

As much as all those armchair chefs out there want to believe it so, their prowess in the kitchen can’t touch those who make a living in the industry. Which is why when it comes to taking professional cooking techniques to the home range, disaster too often strikes with a vengeance. Luckily, at least in the searing world, the Searzall is here to help put those finishing touches on your meal an easy task.

To operate the Searzall, simply attach the unit to the end of a blowtorch. The flame is then evenly diffused through two layers of temperature-resistant mesh that helps create an even flame across whatever food item you’re trying to sear. Use it to attain chef-worthy sears on meats atop the grill, melting cheese on hamburger patties without overcooking the burger, caramelizing the top of creme brûlée, or adding some much-desired color and texture to a sous vide cooked meal. All you need is a Bernzomatic TS8000 torch head and a 16.4-ounce tank of propane to get started. Available now for $75. [Purchase]

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