Searzall, a simple contraption invented by NY-based designer Dave Arnold, lets you skip the Betty Crocker routine and unleash your inner pyromanaic in the kitchen. It’s basically a fixture that fits onto the end of any standard-sized blowtorch and makes it better for cooking food. It works by forcing the flame through two layers of heatproof alloy mesh, thereby diffusing the heat of the flame and making it radiate out in a less direct way. The benefits of this process are twofold. First, the diffused heat helps cook food more evenly, and second, it eliminates that gassy taste that torches often impart into the foods they sear.
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