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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!!

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! This thing is huge (That's what she said)

    #2
    It looks super cool, but at the risk of appearing ignorant, what the fudge is it?

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      #3
      HAPPY BIRTHDAY Ernest! Steak tonight?

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        #4
        Ah cool. I think that's his Sous Vide machine.

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          #5
          Didn't know you could cook clarified butter Sous Vide style.

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          • Ernest
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            HAHAHAHAHAHA! Don't quit your day job.

          #6
          Jealous!!!! Enjoy and post your adventures!

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            #7
            Thats neat. We used to have these in my lab along with cold fingers which make cold water baths.

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              #8
              Is there a circulator that moves the liquid around too?

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              • Ernest
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                Yes and maintains a precise cooking temperature

              • Dewesq55
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                Let us know how it out. I am seriously interested in getting one.

              #9
              Originally posted by Jon Solberg View Post
              HAPPY BIRTHDAY Ernest! Steak tonight?

              Steak Monday night I think with that thing.

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                #10
                Originally posted by John View Post


                Steak Monday night I think with that thing.


                I lol'ed on that! Awesome!

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                  #11
                  Originally posted by John View Post


                  Steak Monday night I think with that thing.

                  LOL!! I'll have to name it "That thing"

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                  #12
                  Happy Birthday Ernest!

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                    #13
                    LOL - I thought it was a new amped-up propane weed burner.

                    Sous Vide is something totally foreign to me, but from what I have read, isn't that like similar to boiling meat?

                    Hot water baths are good for me, but cooking meat in them? Hmmmmm.....

                    More research needs to be done on my part I suppose...
                    Last edited by HC in SC; January 4, 2015, 06:35 AM.

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                    • HC in SC
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                      Interesting.

                      I have seen cold cuts (bologna, salami, etc) made cooking them in a hot bath in the casing - I assume this is the same principle at work here.

                    • Ernest
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                      Food never comes into direct contact with water.
                      Think of it as low and slow on steroids, water is the heat transporter and The Thing is charcoal/wood.

                    • Spinaker
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                      HC,
                      Here's a video of it in action.
                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsvls0M8AZw

                    #14
                    Maybe AR can do a Sous Vide test.

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                      #15
                      Very cool Ernest. I had no idea what this thing was. I found a video of a guy making some steaks with the Anova. Happy Birthday!!
                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsvls0M8AZw

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