I've purchased recently a Twirlo Coating Machine with both SS & Copper kettles 7 Litter each (I have also and Sprayer head connected via heated hose from my Savage tank). I would like to coat Nuts and Coffee beans and possibly at a later stage dried fruits, caramels, marzipans, and Jordan Almonds. Any advice where to start (I need a jumpstart on techniques), do you know any supplier(s) in the US where I can buy quality ingredients?
Many thanks and looking forward to hearing from you!
Panning techniques and products
here's a link to a TheChocolateLife discussion with a wealth of technique information.
You've probably already seen it, but I wanted to share it anyway.
In this discussion Jim Greenberg suggested using centerchem.com to acquire polishes etc. I just requested samples from them and am looking foward to playing. I just picked up a Kitchen Aid panning drum and while it is itty bity, it will be good enough to learn on.
Jean-Marie Auboine runs good panning workshops (depending on your budget)