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Month: January 2019

the Mayo Sear

the Mayo Sear

#waterbathwednesday I assume by now most sous-vide fans have at least heard of the Mayo sear. I don’t expect that everyone has tried it but most have likely heard of it. The idea is pretty simple- after the waterbath and your food is cooked, lather […]

Salmon, straightforward.

Salmon, straightforward.

#waterbathwednesday Salmon, like most fish, is often overcooked at home. Not anymore though. When you’re spending $10 a pound or even going through the rigors of catching wild salmon on your own you should also be investing effort to cook it properly. Fortunately as we […]

Pork Loin

Pork Loin

#sousvidesunday Pork loin isn’t necessarily the toughest opponent in the kitchen. I’ve got no problem admitting that. While sous-vide is a great tool for the more ‘complicated’ dishes and proteins, it also helps you really tee-up the easy shots. Pork loin is readily available, affordable, […]

Skin-on Chicken Wings and Drumsticks

Skin-on Chicken Wings and Drumsticks

The plan here is to cook something new once a week. For social media purposes, I’m going with #waterbathwednesday to keep track of each weeks new protein or dish. As you probably guessed, this week it’s chicken, sous-vide. Step 1 is easy. Remove from packaging […]

..So you just got a sous-vide cooker! Now what?!

..So you just got a sous-vide cooker! Now what?!

It’s that time of the year- right at the beginning of a new one, when we start thinking about what improvements we might want to make for ourselves in the year to come. For many folks, it’s to start eating healthier or maybe learn a […]