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Lana's picture

chef's torch (post #69186)

which brand of torch does everyone use? i will not be using one very often.,and sometimes quality doesn't mean expensive. to be honest i have never used one before. i want to make this valentine Day's cake with this wonderful frosting. also, i would use it for creme brulee. i hope this is not a repeat question. thank you all. lana

schnitzel's picture

I use a BernzOmatic. (post #69186, reply #1 of 6)

I use a BernzOmatic.

Gretchen's picture

The cheapest plumber's torch (post #69186, reply #2 of 6)

The cheapest plumber's torch that HOme Depot sells, which I think is Schnitzel' Bernzomatic. Should cost about $12.95.

Gretchen
Adele's picture

I can't even remember where I (post #69186, reply #3 of 6)

I can't even remember where I got mine but know it was under $20.00. I will say that I used it only twice. :)

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

thecooktoo's picture

Listen to the folks! The (post #69186, reply #4 of 6)

Listen to the folks! The Bernzomatic from your local hardware store or Home Depot works just fine. I've had mine for at least 10 years and think I paid 4.95 for it then, plus about$3.00 for a can of gas. Now I think the gas is around $5. a can.

Jim

ashleyd's picture

Whatever you do don't buy one (post #69186, reply #5 of 6)

Whatever you do don't buy one of those small pointless devices called a chef's or cook's torch.

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Fledge's picture

I point, It torched, what am (post #69186, reply #6 of 6)

I point, It torched, what am I missing? Only used it a couple of times.

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