Ok, so here are the speeds sorted by that useful metric – SPEED.
Why they aren’t just in speed order and labelled 1 through 13 is anybody’s guess.
So I wrote an article on the actual speeds (RPM) you get at each setting, but what do they DO?
Super article over at the Cook, Cook, Eat! blog on what those speeds do to peanuts Sounds funny, but very useful. Check it out HERE.
You know those dried chillies that they sell in the supermarkets?
Small, inoffensive-looking brown things.
Putting five grams of them into a Chilli Con Carne, along with the usual 10g of chilli powder and paprika, gives it a bit of a kick…
I really dislike email subject lines that don’t tell you the full story, and Everten do it frequently. With this one, they’ve conveniently left out the “on orders over $50” bit, despite having plenty of room for it.
It’s hardly the first time, either. And when you combine it with their frequent grammatical errors – the Fathers Day email was like a case study in how not to write – it’s time for them to go.
(Have I emailed them about this in the past? Yes I have. Have I received a reply? No I have not.)
PS – do you like the way the red covering my email address is shaped like an East-West knife? (It’s easily my favourite knife, and it looks as though it is Gordon Ramsay’s as well, given how often he uses one in this cooking series.) So cool.