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  • Ernest
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    I swear by Sous Vide + BBQ combo.

  • Karon Adams
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    Look at it this way: How much will a REALLY great steak cost you in a restaurant. Not the local steak buffet, a REALLY great steak. Now, how much for the whole family to go there (cause you don't want to go alone). How many can you make at home?

    Math can be EASY!

  • Karon Adams
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    the P does don't belong. It is supposed to be HWMO, as in He Who Must Obey. my husband, Denver.

  • Spinaker
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    Okay i have to ask.....what does HWMOP mean? @karenadams

  • Jerod Broussard
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    It looks long, but medium is more sticky. Hence the reason it is so popular in the far east. You can get more with the chopsticks. I prefer long for everything. My parents prefer medium for gravy cause it soaks it up better, and long for gumbo.

  • Karon Adams
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    Meanwhile, here are Tovi and Tangle, trying to convince HWMOP that THEY would very MUCH like to taste some Pork Loin with Confit cooked in the Sous Vide. Especially since we took Tovi's Rice.

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  • Spinaker
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    That looks awesome....oh man I feel like I am getting closer to getting a SV.

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  • Karon Adams
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    Confit:
    BTW, the meat was DIVINE!. Note, the Confit is POWERFUL! I was concerned about the salt levels. the preserving jar is so salt saturated there is undissolved salt in the bottom of the jar and the liquid is almost as this as syrup. that's good but be aware. The taste of the lemon/orange confit is deep, very deep and complex. When you use your confit, be certain to scrape all the pith away (you don't when you put it in) and use less rind than you think you need. it can almost overpower the meat if you let it. but I went a little (but not little enough) light with is. I'll use less, next time. I used three lemon quarters for two largish steaks. I would back off to two or even one and a half.

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  • Karon Adams
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    Sticky Rice. all we had. I don't eat rice much. medically, I can't. not more than a bite or two. I can't eat pasta, either. nothing that swells. so I rarely DO rice. but, HWMO wanted some. and that's OK. I am, mostly, an obligate carnivore with a bite or two of something. the sauce and one or two bites of rice is enough for me. Tovi is 10 and has been unwell for the last several weeks, so her diet has changed to chicken and rice, as I mentioned in another post. the vet specified the sticky rice because it has more protein (or something, I'm not a rice expert for obvious reasons) so that's what we have.

  • Jerod Broussard
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    Well done. Final product, not final internal temp.

    Long grain rice??

  • Karon Adams
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    Well, not to be outdone, here is the Sous Vide Pork Loin. The sauce which includes lemon & orange Confit with cooked & buttered peaches as well as Pineapple juice. all of that cooked IN the bag with the meat. Confit is a very interesting flavor in the meat. The fruit, confit and juices go into the saucier while the meat stays in the water and warm and make a simple pan sauce by cooking juices down to a glaze, deglaze with a couple of tablespoons of Cider Vine Click image for larger version

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ID:	96269 gar, then a little balance with a ouple of tablespoons of Elsinore's honey. let that cook down while searing the meat, everything goes over a bit of white rice. HWMO eats with some cold Carrots and Peppers from breakfast.

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  • Jerod Broussard
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    You da man!!!!!! Even if I don't get my 1,000,000,000,000 bottles of Vanilla Frappuccino.

  • Meathead
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    Chef Ryan and I went to visit the folks at ChefSteps.com in Seattle and we shot some videos with them. Among other things, they did brisket and butt sous vide and they were among the very best I ever tasted. I am waiting for them to send me details such as the temps etc. Hang in there! Full report and film at 11!

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  • Karon Adams
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    SERIOUSLY, Meathead, you CANNOT leave us hanging like that!

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  • mgaretz
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    Details please?

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