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Cooking with Vesta Precision’s Imersa Pro (Recipe)

With the popularity of sous vide cooking for the home cook on the rise, so is the demand for quality devices. The market is no longer dominated by the big name brands such as Anova, Polyscience, Joule, and Sous Vide Supreme. Many other companies are now in the business of sous vide, and with all of the competition sous vide devices have become much more affordable. Read the rest of this entry

Sous Vide Summit 2019

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The International Sous Vide Association (ISVA) held its inaugural Sous Vide Summit this past July at the Hilton Wilmington/Christiana in Delaware. It was a very successful event full of education, entertainment and, as you can imagine, plenty of food! Many of the top experts in the sous vide world were at this event providing insightful information and yummy sous vide dishes. February of this year I was named the Executive Chef of this organization by co-founders Mike LaCharite & Jason Logsdon, so as you can imagine my hands were pretty full that entire weekend. Read the rest of this entry

Interview with Fire & Water Cooking (Podcast)

 

Happy 4th of July! I hope you all are enjoying the Summer thus far. Last week I had the opportunity to chat with ISVA committee member and founder of Fire & Water Cooking Podcast, Darrin Wilson. He is a sous vide enthusiast that loves to fuse the method with smoking and cooking BBQ. Read the rest of this entry

Grilled Rosemary Leg of Lamb (Sous Vide)

 

Easter is once again upon us and leg of lamb is usually a go to dinner for my family. Preparing leg of lamb via the sous vide method takes the guesswork out of cooking it properly. This leg of lamb is marinated with fresh and dry herbs and placed in the water bath for 24 hours then finished on the grill. What you end up with is the most succulent tender and flavorful lamb you have ever tasted. Read the rest of this entry

Balsamic Glazed Salmon

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This glazed salmon recipe is big on flavor and easy to prepare. Fish lovers will rejoice in the combination of sweetness, spice, and the right amount of acidity to balance this meal out. Read the rest of this entry

The SteakAger: Is It Worth It?

I must admit that I have a love affair with steak, especially when it’s dry aged. I have been to some of the best steakhouses in NYC and I know that dinner in a quality steakhouse here can easily cost in excess of $200+ for two people. So I usually reserve a trip to this type of restaurant for special occasions only. The reason why these places are so expensive: dry aged steak. (plus, this is NYC)

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Interview with Hungry Squared Podcast

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Pan-Seared Duck Breast with Pomegranate Dressing

 

Take some of the uncertainty out of cooking perfect duck breasts with the sous vide method. Then dress your field salad up in pomegranate seeds and let the duck be the star of this simple plate. The tartness of the pomegranate dressing complements the rich flavor of the duck and crispy texture of the skin. Read the rest of this entry

Madras Curry-Spiced Lamb Chops (Sous Vide)

Lamb is one of those meats that you either love it, or you hate it. Folks that don’t like it usually suggest that the meat is too gamey for their taste. This can be true in some cases, but not all. Read the rest of this entry

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