How To Make Piña Colada Limbers

  • Published on:  7/27/2017
  • How To Make Piña Colada Limbers

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    Kitchen equipment:
    1. Wufthof Pro 8-Inch Chef's Knife.
    I absolutely love this knife, a work horse that rivals knifes costing many times more. I own this knife and the one listed on #3 which I also love but the price gap is huge and both knifes are great

    2. Wufthof Pro 10-Inch Bread Knife.
    My favorite bread knife and good for so much more. I was a bartender for years and this was my go to knife for fruit and garnish cutting

    3. Shun Premier 7-Inch Santoku Knife.
    I absolutely love this knife, it does need to be cared for very delicately. I recommend keeping it in a dedicated wood block and not inside a drawer among other utensils

    4. Shun 7-Inch Sora Santoku Knife.
    This is a less expensive option to The knife listed above but one that we use a lot at home, very versatile; probably my wife's favorite knife at home.

    5. Cleanblend 3HP 1800-Watt Commercial Blender.
    An economical alternative to a Vitamix blender and seeing on some of our videos

    6. Vitamix Professional Series 200 Blender.
    If you have the means this is the blender I recommend

    7. KitchenAid Classic Plus Series 4.5qt Stand Mixer.
    Same Stand Mixer we use on our videos but in White

    8. KitchenAid 2 Speed Immersion Blender.
    Hand blenders always come in handy. This one has the detachable metal blade assembly which is more durable than plastic blade assemblies.

    9. A few times I've been ask where did I get the small clear prep bowls we use on our videos. Here I leave you two different sizes that are very convenient for making recipes with lots of ingredients
    Duralex 6 cm(2 3/8 in.) Set of 4.
    Duralex 12 cm (4 3-4 in) Set Of 6.

    10. Pyrex Prepware 3-Piece Glass Mixing Bowl Set.
    Similar clear mixing bowls to the ones we use in the show

    11. Casa Maria Natural Stone Mortar and Pestle - 8.5 inch.
    Similar stone mortar (molcajete) to the one we use in the show

    12. HIC Tortilla Press For 6-Inch Tortillas.
    Classic tortilla press just like the one we use at home

    13. Hardwood Tortilla Press (Oak and Walnut).
    A high end tortilla press and one that will allow you to make larger tortillas. Notice that they offer 3 different sizes of this press.

    Video filming equipment we use:
    1. Neewer 3000W 5500K Five Socket Softbox Compact Fluorescent Photo Video Studio Lighting Kit with Carrying Case.
    These are the lights I use to improve the quality of my videos. They are entry level but have served me very well since I don't move them around much. Not suitable for a professional on the road but certainly a good buy for a beginner or amateur video maker

    2. Rode VideoMic Pro Compact Shotgun Microphone.
    This is a nice shotgun microphone I recommend for DSLR cameras and the one I currently use but below I leave a more economical version

    3. Rode VMGO Video Mic GO Lightweight On-Camera Microphone Super-Cardioid.
    A less expensive option to the microphone listed above

    4. Canon 80D DSLR Camera.
    I use a Canon 70D but they have come up with the new 80D version. This camera can handle good pictures and is great for video making.

    5. Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM Lens.
    This is a good lens option for video making on the Canon 70D or 80D.

    6. YONGNUO YN50mm F1.8 Standard Prime Lens.
    This is an inexpensive alternative to a 50mm branded name lens and the one I currently use for most of my portraits pictures that I use to create my video thumnails

    7. Yongnuo YN-568EX II, YN568EX II Flash, High speed, Ultra powerful GN master control, Off camera speedlite for Canon.
    This is the flashlight “speedlight” I use with my Canon 70D DSLR camera

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