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Best Home Espresso Machine under 200 $ • A Look at Decent Espresso Brewers That Don’t Cost Thousands

Written by Peter Allen on . Posted in Small Appliances

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How I Started My Search for a Good Brewer with a Reasonable Price Tag

My life might have its ups and down but well-brewed coffee always calms me down. I do not like the idea of waiting in line for more than ten minutes just to get my fix when I can make some for myself in a shorter time frame.

Waiting only adds to my craving; what’s worse? Getting your shot then realizing it’s not as good as they make it sound.

Breville Dual Boiler (BES920XL) 2020 Review | Espresso Machine

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in Coffee & Tea

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2020 Review Breville Dual Boiler Espresso Machine

If you are like us here at On The Gas then coffee is a daily necessity. Without coffee the world would literally stop and then start going backwards.

If you are a coffee lover in search of an espresso machine that can deliver the performance and features of a commercial coffee maker, but doesn’t come at the price tag of commercial machine, then Breville Bes900XL dual boiler makes a perfect choice for you.

Lets checkout some features of this coffee machine, and see what it has in store the coffee connoisseurs amongst us.

Waring Pro Ice Crusher Review – Just Chill Man

Written by The Kitchen Hand on . Posted in Bar Tools & Glasses, Blenders & Juicers

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If you are like us here at On The Gas – then you probably like the odd refreshing beverage or five. One of the greatest summer (or winter) drinks is the caprioska – vodka muddled with fresh lime a bit of brown sugar and then covered in crushed ice.

There are various ways that you can crush ice some people have one of those flimsy hand ice grinders … which can take forever and break more than often – you can wrap it up in a tea- towel and smash it with a rolling pin (but this can get a bit messy especially after a few drink) You can use the food blenders to crush ice, but it wreaks havoc on the blades. Or you can do it properly and use an electric ice crusher.

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