Tag: sous vide

Son of Steak Masterclass Nottingham
Trinity Square is home to some superb bars and restaurants in central Nottingham. One of which is Son of Steak. A steakhouse with an affordable menu featuring a good variety of different cuts of beef. Our evening masterclass would unlock all the secrets of what makes a...
Japanese Wagyu A5
This week, I thought about raising the stakes, or should that be ‘raising the STEAKS’? I completely lost my mind for a second and began a search through Google for the best beef on the planet. The result? Japanese Wagyu A5. 
Sous-Vide Pork Buns
I’m a huge fan of David Chang’s wonderful Momofuku cookbook. The combinations and twists on Asian flavours are inspiring, especially the take on Peking duck in the shape of roast pork buns. I thought i’d do a riff on Chang’s famous dish by cooking the pork sous-vide instead of...
Sous Vide Pork Cheeks
Cheeks?! From a pig?! Yep, these are actually on sale now in british supermarkets. Not only that, they are insanely good value. This cheap cut of pig gob set me back only £1.24 for four pieces, outstanding value. So what on earth do you do with these? Well the...
Sous-Vide Venison
More sous-vide action for you lovely lot to read about. This time I went for a Burn’s Night inspired feast of Venison Shoulder with Savoy Cabbage, Bacon, Butternut Squash Puree and finished with a Port Sauce. Of course not all of this was going in the water bath -...
Sous Vide Creme Brûlée
I’m going a little bit sous-vide crazy at the moment. Since the arrival of my brand new vacuum sealer the fun just doesn’t stop with temperature controlled cooking. So far i’ve done meat in the water bath but how does a dessert grab you? Yes it’s entirely possible. Using...
12 Hour Smoky Barbecue Rib
So, it’s January in the UK, Storm Eleanor is in full swing and you fancy a barbecue - what do you do about that? Well, I had exactly this problem. After some thought about fancy tricks with my oven or maybe splashing out on an indoor barbecue set up...