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Joule Sous Vide

Sous vide cooking sounds like something only culinary geeks would do, well now you can easily do it yourself with Joule, the simplest way to cook sous vide at home. It maintains the temperature precisely, so your food cooks exactly how you want it, every time, resulting in perfectly cooked meats. Simply place the device in a pot with some water, and use the app to preheat it to the perfect temperature. Then put your food and some seasoning in a plastic bag and cook it all gently in the water. The result? The juiciest, most tender steak in the history of ever.  



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COOKING WITH BEER

Beer is no longer used merely as a last minute ingredient to make a meal sound a little more impressive, a new cooking book by beer aficionado Mark Dredge, shows just how versatile this already admired beverage can be. Cooking with Beer presents 75 delicious recipes using beer as a key ingredient, proving it can have a profound influence in shaping the overall flavor of a dish. Beautifully illustrated with pictures of each mouth watering, beer infused dishes, youŽll...
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GIN WHEEL

Internationally acclaimed design firm AvroKO collaborated with Bombay Sapphire Gin for this limited edition Gin Wheel. The beautiful design piece is hand-crafted from exotic walnut wood and features a brushed stainless steel plate allowing for the unit to spin. The wheel opens to reveal hidden alcoves that house everything one needs to serve the perfect Gin, from botanicals and garnishes to coasters and glassware. It also features removable cutting boards, a chiller...
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HUTTEN PALAST | CARAVAN HOTEL BERLIN

Crazy project by a group of friends from Berlin, Germany, urban camping under a roof! To achieve this, they recovered an old factory in Neukolln, having  renovated the hangar, they set out to transform it into a hotel by installing old caravans and mobile homes. Called Hutten Palast, which can translate to  "Caravan Palace", you will sleep in the privacy of your caravan, while sharing common areas under a roof. The furniture and decor were also hunted by t...
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