Candace, Author at Loanables

About Candace

Candace is a 3x Start-up Founder and Certified Event Rental Professional (CERP). She geeks out on brainstorming bold ideas and then actually brings some of them to life. She is currently the CEO of Loanables, where her mission is to reduce overconsumption by making it as easy to rent as it is to buy.


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Table Sizes and Seating: How Many People Will Fit?!?

72 round inch table with 12 chairs

72 inch table with 12 chairs. Note: these are not formal place settings with chargers

If you are like me, it is almost impossible to figure out how many people can actually sit at a table comfortably without bringing in the guests and trying it out. Below is a chart to help you with your planning.

Table Sizes and Seating: How Many People Will Fit?!?

Table Size Number of People Layout Average Price
6 Foot Rectangle Table (72″x30″) 6-8 $7.50
8 Foot Rectangle Table (96″x30″) 8-10 $8.00
36 Inch (3 foot) Round Table 4 36in Table with 4 chairs $8.00
48 Inch (4 foot) Round Table 6-8 48 inch table with 6 chairs $8.00
60 Inch (5 foot) Round Table 8-10 60in Table with 8 Chairs $8.00
72″ (6 foot) Round Table 10-12 72 inch table with 10 chairs $12.00

When you are looking at this and other charts online, you will see a range for the number of people that will fit. It irritates me when I’m looking for an answer and find a range; I just want someone to give me the exact answer. Even though I know it’s annoying, I had to do it because it really depends on your preference. There is no right answer.

Here are some rules of thumb:

  • If your guests will be seating for long periods of time (like for a formal dinner), go with the smaller number of people (for example, only put 8 at a 60 inch round). You will need the extra space for the formal table settings. You also want your guests to have some elbow room and servers to have room to deliver plated meals.
  • If you choose bulky chairs or chairs with arms, you have to go with the the smaller number or the chairs won’t fit.
  • If kids will be sitting at the table, you can definitely go with the bigger number of chairs (you may even be able to add more).
  • If your guests will need to turn their chairs to view a stage or something else, go with less chairs or it will be nearly impossible for everyone to move their chair as needed.
  • If you use the higher number on the rectangle tables, you cannot push all of the chairs completely under the table.

 

Other things to consider when you are choosing a table:

  • You want to have 24″ of aisle between tables. To compensate for chairs, round tables should be set 54 inches apart, and rectangle tables should be set 60 inches apart.
  • The 72 inch table has a huge space in the middle so you need a wider centerpiece. (Note on centerpieces: keep centerpieces below eye level or less than 12 inches tall.  If you want to use a tall centerpiece, keep it slim so it doesn’t interfere with the guests’ view of each other.)
  • The 72 inch table is so large that it is hard for people to talk across. (This is fine for louder events where people are really only going to talk to the people on either side of them.)
60 inch round table with 10 chairs

60 inch round table with 10 chairs

  • The 60 inch round is the most commonly used table. You can fit the most people in a space with this table (unless you want to go banquet style with rectangle tables lined up together).

Banquet style with rectangle tables

Non-standard Tables

There are all sorts of tables available for your event (farm tables, picnic tables, vineyard tables etc.). Get the dimensions of the table you are considering and compare it to the chart to figure out how many people will fit. Or, if you want to make it really easy, just email us at info@loanables.com and we will talk it through with you.

I hope this helps you with your party planning. Here are a couple of other relevant blogs I’ve written:

Types of Rental Chairs and Average Prices

What Size Linen Fits My Table?

How much does it cost to rent table place settings?

Let me know what you think or what other topics you’d like me to cover.

Types of Rental Chairs

When I planned a party for my parents, I needed to rent tables and chairs. Until then, I never knew how many different types were available to rent. Today, I respond, every day to requests for chair rentals; and most people don’t have an exact type of chair in mind when they first start the party planning process.  If you’re planning an event, I hope this helps you narrow down your options.

Most Common Types of Chairs Rented for Events

Type Avg. Price
Stackable, light weight, folding chair $1.75
Resin or Wood Chair with Pad $3.00
Chiavari Chair $7.00

 

In the first category, the stackable, light weight folding chairs, you will generally find either poly or alloy chairs at every rental company. These are the least least expensive chairs you can rent:

  1. A poly chair is made from polypropylene, a type of plastic.  
  2. An alloy chair is made by mixing two elements, one of which is a metal. The alloy is a little more sturdy than the poly.

You will also hear these chairs called Samsonite chairs, but that is just a brand name (same company that makes the luggage). It’s confusing because Samsonite makes plastic and metal chairs.

These stackable, light weight folding chairs range from $1 each to $2 each and generally come in black, charcoal or white. When you find some for $1, make sure to ask about the condition of the chair. If you are looking for a white chair, it is also important to ask about any discoloration.

The second category is the Resin or Wood chair. These are more sturdy than the poly or alloy chairs, and they usually come with a cushion so they are more comfortable as well. You will also hear these referred to as garden or wedding chairs. Most rental companies offer these in white, black, and a wood color and they run about $3/chair.

The Chiavari chair is also known as a Chiavarina; it was created by an Italian cabinet maker in 1807. Most rental companies carry these in several different colors including white, black, gold, silver and wood. These are the most expensive, about $7/chair but they make an elegant addition to your event décor.

Other options

Some people will use chair covers with the options above or with a conference chair.These chairs have thick padding because they are made for people sitting long periods of time. The average price to rent these is $4.

Chair covers range from about $3 – $6. I usually recommend going with the elegant chiavari chair over spending so much on chair covers, but it does depend upon the theme and style of the event.

I’ve gone over the most common chairs that are rented, but there are many other chairs available as well including barstools, ghost chairs, king and queen chairs, antique chairs, kids chairs, high chairs, etc. If it’s available to rent in Austin, Loanables has access to it. We work with over 200 rental companies in the Austin area so we can find the best options and pricing for your event. The best part is you pay the same price that you would if you went directly to the rental company, because rental companies pay us a commission for bringing them so much business.

Here are a couple of other relevant blogs I’ve written:

Table Sizes – How Many People will Fit?

What Size Linen Fits My Table?

How much does it cost to rent table place settings?

Let me know what you think or what other topics you’d like me to cover.

 

Email info@loanables.com if you need help finding chairs for your event or just want general advice on event rentals.  We are always happy to help.

 

 

How much does it cost to rent table place settings?

I have 3 friends either building a home or completely remodeling a home right now. Listening to all of the decisions that have to be made on a daily basis is overwhelming. There are hundreds of options with every choice you have to make (Do you want tile or hardwood floors? Seems simple enough until you answer that question only to find there are hundreds of choice either way you go).  It can be overwhelming and make the whole process of building a house draining. The similarities to planning a large event are staggering.

People call me and they have a simple question like, “how much does it cost to rent dinnerware?” I want to give a straight, simple answer, but the answer is dependent upon so many different things. What you choose to rent is probably different than what the next person I talk to will choose. With that said, there are some general guidelines you can use for budgeting purposes. Please keep in mind this is an over-simplification just to get you started with budgeting. I chose a common range of prices – there are ALWAYS more expensive options when you start customizing.

Per Person Cost for Formal Place Setting

Item Good Better Best
Charger $1.10 $4.50 $6.95
Dinner Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Salad Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Bread Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Dessert Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Beverage Glass $0.50 $0.95 $2.25
Red Wine Glass $0.55 $0.95 $2.25
White Wine Glass $0.55 $0.95 $2.25
Coffee Cup $0.50 $0.70 $0.95
Coffee Cup Saucer $0.50 $0.60 $0.95
Salad Fork $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Dinner Fork $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Dinner Knife $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Dessert Fork $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Teaspoon $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Butter Knife $0.40 $0.55 $0.75

Total Per Person

$8.30 $15.75 $28.10

Per Person Cost for Casual Place Setting

Item Good Better Best
Dinner Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Salad Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Bread Plate $0.55 $0.95 $2.00
Beverage Glass $0.50 $0.95 $2.25
Dinner Fork $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Dinner Knife $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Teaspoon $0.40 $0.55 $0.75
Butter Knife $0.40 $0.55 $0.75

Total Per Person

$3.75 $6.00 $11.25

I’ve worked with several people who have chosen to just get the Dinner Plate, Beverage Glass, Wine Glass, Dinner Fork, Dinner Knife, Spoon. (I actually prefer this approach unless it is a very formal event). So…on the low end, you can expect to pay about $3 per person for plain white china or glass with stainless still flatware. On the very high-end, you are looking at about $28 per person for gold or silver-rimmed china with silver-plated flatware and crystal stemware.

I really think planning a party should be fun.

“The pleasure isn’t in doing the thing, the pleasure is in planning it.”
― John GreenPaper Towns

I’m on a mission to make this quote true 😉

Here are a couple of other relevant blogs I’ve written:

Types of Rental Chairs and Average Prices

What Size Linen Fits My Table?

Table Sizes – How Many People will Fit?

Let me know what you think or what other topics you’d like me to cover.

Event Tents: Types, Sizes and Prices

Pole tent

Pole tent – has elegant peaks

I went to Target yesterday to get mascara and sat on the make-up aisle just staring at all of the choices. I didn’t want to choose between long, curly, luscious, or thick. I wanted all of those things. There were so many choices, I ended up leaving without mascara. I went home and ordered the last one I had purchased off Amazon. It’s not even one that I love, but it was easier than choosing a new one.

Did you know there is an actual psychological effect dubbed The Paradox of Choice? Barry Schwartz wrote a best-selling book about it. The gist is: we all want choices, but in today’s consumer-driven marketplace, there are too many choices, which is often paralyzing.

I see this paralyzation frequently when someone planning a party needs to rent a tent. There are different types, sizes, structures. It’s overwhelming. Trying to figure out the size tent you need is akin to sitting in high school algebra class – it’s definitely not the most fun part of planning your event.

I’ve put together a chart and some general guidelines to get you started with your planning. And if math isn’t your thing, email info@loanables.com. We are happy to do the drudgery for you.

Frame tent

Frame tent – can be set up on any surface

What size tent to I need and how much will it cost?

Tent
Size
Square
Feet
# of Guests
Ceremony/Theatre Style
# of Guests at
Round Tables
Approximate
Cost to Rent
10×10 100 15 10 people at 1 tables $50 – $150
20×20 400 68 40 people at 4 tables $280 – $350
20×30 600 90 60 people at 6 tables $400 – $550
20×40 800 100 80 people at 8 tables $520 – $650
30×30 900 125 90 people at 9 tables $600 – $700
30×60 1800 245 180 people at 18 tables $900 – $1400
40×60 2400 342 240 people at 24 tables $1600 – $1850
40×80 3200 450 320 people at 32 tables $2100 – $2500
Frame tent

Frame tent doesn’t have poles on the inside

Sq. Ft. Needed for Rented Items

Item Square
Feet Needed Each
48″ Round Table (seats 6-8) 80
60″ Round Table (seats 10) 100
72″ Round Table (seats 12) 120
6′ Rectangle Banquet Table (seats 8) 80
8′ Rectangle Banquet Table (seats 10) 90
Buffet Table 100
Bar 100
Dance Floor 2-4 per guest
DJ Area 100
Marquee Tent

Marquee Tent – has the peaks but no poles on the inside

And if figuring out the size wasn’t enough, you also need to figure out the style of tent you want…

Types of Tents for Parties and Events

Type Description
Pole Secured with stakes – can’t be used on concrete or asphalt. Poles create peaks and dips which makes it look very elegant
Frame Free standing so can be set up on any surface. There are no poles inside so you don’t have to worry about planning or decorating around those
Marquee Hybrid of the pole and frame tent. They give you the elegant peaks of the pole tent but are free standing like the frame tent
Frame Structure Has wider openings and taller ceilings than the standard frame tent. Can support more weight than other types of tents, and has tighter fitting sections and walls, making it the best option for heating and air-conditioning
Frame Structure Tent

Frame Structure Tent – this is the best option for heating and air conditioning.

Check out this blog for inspiration.  It shows pictures of several different types of tents – all gorgeous!

I recently helped plan a 150 person wedding.

We had to make room for guests tables, buffet table, bar and dance floor.  To stay within budget, we selected to go with the pole tent (usually the most economical). Here’s how the math worked out:

  • 1000 square feet for the guest tables
  • 100 square feet for the buffet table
  • 100 square feet for the bar
  • 300 square feet for the dance floor
  • 100 square feet for the DJ

We needed a total of 1600 square feet so we went with a 30 x 60 tent.  The cost for the tent was $750.  A frame tent would have cost about $1,100.

Hopefully this gives you a good starting point. If you have questions, email us at info@loanables.com.

Pole tent

A pole tent will have poles in the center that you will have to plan around.

 

 

 

 

80s Party Ideas

I recently helped a client find rentals for a 40th birthday party; the theme was 80s.  I also turned 40 within the last year; so, I, too, am a child of the 80s.  I loved everything about this party.

Here’s how they did it:

1. Rented a Rubik’s Cube bar.

The thing about this bar, is that it makes such a big impact.  It sets the tone for the party from the minute the guests arrive.  It comes with LED lights so if you’re venue is dark, it really pops out.

Rubik's Cube Bar

2. Rented Vintage Arcade Games

Nothing screams 80s more than PacMan and Space Invaders!  Added bonus: the guests have a great time taking turns playing.  I envision a high stakes tournament.

Pac Man Vintage Arcade Game

3. Rented Retro Furniture and Rugs

You want your guests to be comfortable and styled lounges can do the trick while keeping in line with the overall theme.  Imagine how much different the vibe of the party would be if they just had a bunch of folding chairs.  Lucky for them, they already had some furniture in storage so they just needed to rent a few more things.

Vintage Green Couch

4. Rented a Shuffleboard

You could also go with a pool table.  The idea here was to give the guests more to do while keeping the 80s vibe.

Shuffleboard Table

I always love before and after pictures.  Check these out:

Warehouse – BEFORE

Warehouse – AFTER

This party had a DJ and dance floor as well.  You could also go with a karaoke machine. Either way, an 80s playlist is the finishing touch for the ultimate 80s party.

Here are some additional 80s party ideas on Pinterest.

The most impressive thing about this party is that it was all planned in less than 2 weeks!  The total cost for the rentals with delivery and tax was $2838 (delivery was higher than normal because they were located out of town a bit).  We got quotes from 8 different rental companies and narrowed it down to 3 companies: one for the arcade games, one for the styled lounges, and one for everything else.  Here’s exactly what was rented:

  • Rubik’s Bar
  • 2 Orange Retro Side Tables
  • 16 Red Velvet Curtain Panels
  • 2 Chairs
  • 4 Pillows
  • 1 Sofa
  • 1 Rug
  • 2 Arcade Games: Pac Man and Space Invaders
  • 1 Pinball Machine
  • 1 Shuffleboard Table

Reach out if you are planning a party or event, I would love to help!  I can also put you in touch with the party planners that planned this 80s event, Julia and Amberlin in Austin, TX.

What Size Linen Fits My Table?

It is maddening to search for linens online.  I find a fabric I like, but then I have to figure out whether or not any of the available sizes are the sizes I need.  Here’s a chart I put together to help Loanables’ users that are planning events:

If you want a 60″ round to be mid-length, you can use a 90″ or 108″ round tablecloth. (You can also use 72×72 square tablecloth).  If you want it to touch the floor, get a 120″ round.

90 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

90 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

72x72 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

72×72 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

120 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

120 inch tablecloth on 60 inch round table

 

And, as always, if you have any questions, email info@loanables.com – we are happy to help!

Should You Rent or Buy Linens for Your Event?

The answer: IT DEPENDS

When I first starting looking at linen rental prices, I thought, “This is crazy.  I can buy for less than that!.”  Sometimes, that is in fact true, but there are other things to consider.   So, why do people rent if it is cheaper to buy?!?!

Here are 3 things to think about before you decide between renting and buying linens for your event:

1. CONVENIENCE

If you choose to purchase, you need to plan on ironing or steaming the linens the day of the event. When you purchase linens, they come folded, and there are deep creases in them.  Sometimes, they also have a factory smell to them.  Many people prefer cleaning before using them the first time to get rid of that smell.  If you buy, plan on cleaning twice: before and after your event.

If you choose to rent, the linens will be delivered to you clean and steamed.  They are ready to use.  And, when the event it over, all you have to do is give them back to the rental company.

2.  CLEANING COSTS

It costs $10-15 to dry clean a tablecloth.  That is often higher than the purchase price.  Now, if you purchase a polyester tablecloth, you can launder those yourself, but you will need to iron or press them after they are clean. When deciding whether to rent or buy, make sure you factor this in unless you plan to just throw them away afterwards.  (I’d be remiss if I did not add…please don’t throw them away.  We don’t need more stuff in the landfill – at least donate them.)

3.  RESALE VALUE

You can typically resell your linens for about 1/2 the price you paid.  But, keep in mind, most people purchasing will require them to be clean and stain free.  Also, it is likely that at least one of the tablecloths will get ruined or stained (especially if you are serving red wine).

Here’s an Example:

I’m doing this calculation today for an event we are currently planning at my kids’ school:

The co-chairs have picked out beautiful, silver, satin tablecloths.  These tablecloths are $24.95 to rent, and they need 50 .  That is $1247.50 just for tablecloths (I gulp every time I see that price)!  So, of course, my gut reaction was “let’s just buy these.”  We found similar tablecloths on Amazon for $16.78 including shipping (they are not Prime eligible). So, they will cost us $839 to purchase.

For simplicity sake, let’s say they arrive from the factory and don’t have a bad smell.  Also, since it’s a school event, we can probably find a volunteer willing to iron or steam them before the event.  (I am, however, nervous about being able to transport them without them getting wrinkled.  I’m not sure we will want this extra stress with everything else going on the day of the event).

After the event, though, we will have to clean them before we can sell them.  My local cleaner quoted me $11.50.  That will be an additional $575 so my total costs is $1414.

I believe I could resell them for $8 each.   Of the 50, I’m going to assume 2 of them (about 5%) came back with stains that the cleaners could not remove.  I’ve got 48 for resell at  $8 each, which equals $384.

So, here’s the breakdown:

$839 (to purchase) + $575 (to clean) = $1414 – $384 (resell value) = $1030 total cost to purchase vs. $1247.50 total cost to rent.

The difference is $217.50.   Is it worth my time to iron them beforehand, take them to the cleaners afterwards, and find a buyer plus probably ship them to the buyer?  I could easily argue both sides, and I think it comes down to a personal choice and deciding where you want to spend your budget and your time.

Also, don’t forget I’m taking a risk – if the tablecloths arrive with a factory smell, I have to clean them before the event.   The total purchase expense in that case would be more than renting ($1605 to buy vs $1247.50 to rent).  I have to decide if I’m willing to take that risk and do the extra work.

Couple of other things to consider:

  • If budget is your biggest concern and you are crafty, the most economical thing to do is buy fabric in bulk and make your own tablecloths.
  • If you have a recurring event, it will definitely make more sense to purchase linens and use them over and over again.
  • If you are on the fence, just rent to reduce overconsumption. It’s a big problem that you can read more about here.

Bottom Line:

If the rental price is less than the purchase price, it is always better to rent than to buy (even if only by a small amount).

It isn’t so black and white when the rental price is more than the purchase price.  The main thing you need to consider is what your time is worth.  I’m not a professional party planner so my personal rule is:

Never plan an event that you don’t have time to enjoy.

How Many Glasses Do I Need?

If you are planning a wedding or other event that has a bar, you need to figure out how many glasses you will need for the entire night.  Below is the calculation we use at Loanables to help our customers.

First calculate how many drinks will be served.

You should assume that each guest will have one drink per hour.  Yes, I know some will have more, but some will also have less.  Unless your party is mostly college students, this formula works:

Total number of guests X the length (in hours of the party) = the total number of drinks

So, if you are expecting 500 guests for 4 hours, you should plan on 2000 drinks being served.

Next, calculate how much beer will be served.

Forty percent of all drinks are beer.

In our example above, 2000 drinks x 40% = 800.

I recommend serving beer in the bottles so you don’t have to rent and/or clean all of these glasses. But, if you are getting a keg, plan for 800 pilsner glasses or beer mugs.

Third, calculate how much wine will be served?

Sixty percent of the remaining drinks will be wine.

We will serve a total of 2000 drinks, but 800 of those will be beer.  That leaves 1200 drinks, of which 60% will be wine.  (1200 x 60% = 720). In this example, we need 720 wine glasses.

Last, calculate how many all purpose glasses you need.

The remaining glasses will be all purposes glasses. In our example, we needed a total of 1200 glasses. We got 720 wine glasses so we need 480 all purposes glasses.

I recommend rocks glasses.  These can be used for non-alcoholic and specialty drinks.  This is the most economical way to go as almost all rental companies have this glass.

Do you have staff cleaning glasses during the event?

If so reduce all counts by 25%.

Here are our totals for our 500 person party:

Beer Glasses (unless serving in bottles): 800

Wine Glasses: 720

All Purpose Glasses: 480

If you need help figuring out your specific needs or have questions, email us at info@loanables.com.

Next: check out this blog to find out how much alcohol you should buy.

Meet Lux Limo ❤️

We teamed up with local, Austin company Lux Limo for a giveaway of a 3 hour rental in their Mercedes Sprinter Limo that seats 14 passengers.  Last Friday, we met two of the owners (Shawn and Andrea McAdams) at the Pennybacker Bridge to announce the giveaway on Facebook live.  I love entrepreneurs; so, afterwards, we sat down with them inside the limo and I asked them how they got started and why they do what they do.

When you hear the owners of Lux Limo talk about what they do, you can feel their passion.  Tears came to their eyes (and mine) when they told a recent story of facilitating a magical engagement.  You can see the joy in their smiles when they talk about driving wedding parties.  And, their pride is evident when they discuss quality control and keeping clients safe.  I asked them if they ever escorted any local celebrities. They do. I tried to get some juicy stories, but wouldn’t you know it, they abide by strict confidentiality policies for all of their clientele.

Here is a clip of my favorite story they told. I’ve never heard a more romantic engagement proposal:

This clip tells how Shawn and Andrea teamed up with Blair and Julie Drenner to start Lux Limo:

Here is a clip explaining why you should only used a licensed transportation service (don’t use a “gypsy limo”):


You can learn more about their company by following them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Lux Limo is an independent, locally owned business. Here’s why I ❤️ local businesses:

  1.  Local businesses spend more of the money they make in the local economy, making communities stronger. (See study here).
  2. These studies show that local businesses are linked to higher income growth and lower levels of poverty.
  3. Using local companies reduces the environmental impact.

#KeepAustinLocal

Sous Vide Cooking – What’s all the rage about?

 

Starbucks introduced sous vide egg bites in January, and they sell out nearly every day.  Up until a few months ago, I hadn’t ordered them because I didn’t even know what sous vide meant.  I finally tried them since I’m trying to eat less carbs, and now I understand all the hype.   They are delicious and relatively healthy.

That innocent breakfast order sucked me down a rabbit hole. There is an entire sous vide cult!  Seriously, there are sous vide message boards, sous vide magazines, entire cook books of sous vide recipes, sous vide groups, etc. Who knew?!?

So what is it?

Sous Vide RentalSous Vide is French for “Under Vacuum”. Food is put in a vacuum-sealed bag and cooked in a water bath.  It is often referred to as “precision” cooking because it comes out perfectly every time. 

My Experience

My husband and I love to cook; so, of course we wanted to try it out.  We couldn’t find one to rent and didn’t know anyone that had one; so, we ended up buying one.  (I posted it for rent on Loanables if you’re interested.)

We cooked a pork tenderloin (see recipe we followed here).  It is so easy:  seal the ingredients; set the temperature and timer; sear; enjoy!  While it was cooking, we visited with our company instead of slaving over a hot stove!  It turned out great.  What we found is that you need to season more than you would for a grill to get the same flavor, but the meat is definitely more juicy and tender.

My favorite part…

It was so easy to clean up.  Throw away the bag, dump out the water, and Voila – you’re done!

Sous Vide Pork

Here are some other recipes that we’ve tried and enjoyed:

Sous Vide Filet Mignon Recipe (You can get great quality cuts at Costco for $22.99 per pound.)

Sous Vide Egg Recipe (If you love Eggs Benedict, you will love these!)

Sous Vide Thin Cut French Fry Recipe (These are amazing.)

I love this list of 17 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Cook Sous Vide.

Here are 2 Secret Ingredients we Love:

Adam’s Reserve House Rub for Ribs, Roast and Steaks
Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey BBQ Sauce for chicken

Have fun on your journey down the rabbit hole – we did 😉

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