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Old 14-01-2011, 11:35   #1
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Kitchen Torch

Topping didn't brown? I use the small blowtorch that Gordon always has in his toolbox but you fancy galley cooks may prefer the little kitchen torches sold for chef use. Chefs use them mostly for melting sugar atop creme brulee but in stovetop baking one doesn't always get a nicely browned top, so a torch finishes the job.
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