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By Shizuyo the 29/09/2013
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By Dani the 28/09/2013
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By Johnny the 28/09/2013
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By Parameshwar the 27/09/2013
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By Yadav the 27/09/2013
I love burgers but there is no much varteiy proposed in restaurants ... Therefore I like from time to time to do them at home. Changing the meat can be veal instead of beef. Changing the cheese it can be blue, raclette, mozarella ... At the end of the day it is clearly a burger but a special one jsut for us :-)
By chrisn the 08/06/2013
I can't get excited by this glass. Its what it is - nice basic shape, suitable for cafe use, but at home I want more class. Standing next to the cut glass its rather drab-I want to enjoy not just the drink but the quality of the glassware as well, so I probably don't use this as much as I intended.
The dripper works by allowing a slow, steady stream of water, rather than actually dripping, which rather reduces the sense of anticipation. The supplied 'spoon' is just a flat piece of stamped out metal.
Yes it all works, but is disappointing in the end
By mikl the 07/06/2013
Loved to watch the Louche appear as if by magic..just like watching a photoprint develop but much tastier.
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