sous vide

  1. 50 Hour Sous Vide Al Pastor

    Let's take a look at one of the most popular Mexican food trends right now: Al Pastor. Literally, "in the style of the shepherd" (sounds authentic, no?) Al Pastor refers to a certain style of roasted meat, that is most commonly eaten as street food in Mexico - think Mexican Gyros. That is, a large amalgamated hunk of meat, typically pork, roasting on a vertical rotisserie that is just sliced off the spit and right into a warm tortilla, garnished with onion cilantro and pineapple.
  2. Sous Vide Pastrami Recipe

    Originally created as a way to preserve meat before refrigeration, pastrami is now a deli staple. Here's how you can make this classic sandwich meat with your immersion circulator.
  3. Home Cured & Sous Vide Bacon Recipe

    Maybe just one - homemade bacon. It may sound like an intimidating proposal at first, but don't worry, we'll help walk you through the process with today's recipe.
  4. Sous Vide BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe

    BBQ pulled pork is a classic meal, but it's unlikely you've ever had it quite like this. If you'd rather not drag out your big smoker grill, check out this great BBQ pork recipe using an immersion circulator.
  5. What is Sous Vide Cooking?

    Sous Vide (pronounced sue - veed) is a modern cooking technique that utilizes the advanced temperature control of an immersion circulator to keep a water bath at a consistent temperature to achieve very specific results, time and time again. For years, restaurants have been taking advantage of this technique to ensure their products reach precise results and now that technology is available to everyone. Our helpful video here is designed to provide all of the basic information you need to know about Sous Vide and the following guide offers a bit more insight into the unique process.
  6. PolyScience's Three Best Immersion Circulators for Sous Vide Cooking

    If you're looking to get into sous vide cooking, or you've just checked out our intro to sous vide cooking and you're not sure which circulator would be best to get you going - this is the place to be. PolyScience has been at the forefront of sous vide cooking, providing high quality circulators to restaurant and home kitchens alike.

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