It's what's for dinner tonight.

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Re: It's what's for dinner tonight.

Postby N00b13 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 12:48 pm

JediSoth wrote:Last night I cooked a citrus-marinated pork loin sous vide. OMG it was awesome. Perfectly cooked all the way through with no shrinkage or drying out on the edges. Best part is that it can sit in the water for a couple of hours while you finish the rest of the meal prep and not be overcooked (though there is a time-limit; the meat will start to break down even at low temps if you keep it there long enough).

Next time, I'm going to do a small rib roast I have.

I love my immersion circulatory. A few weeks ago I made a roast for the GF. She had the rarest roast beef sandwiches all week long.
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Re: It's what's for dinner tonight.

Postby Leoff » Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:32 pm

Tonight I'm doing a simple favourite from school days: tomato bisque, made by heating up a can of tomatoes, mashing them, adding a teaspoon of baking soda to make it fizz up and be less acidic, and then adding a can of evaporated milk and bringing back to a hot simmer.
We didn't call it tomato bisque, we just called it Lyle Style tomato soup, after the uncle who taught us to make it.

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Re: It's what's for dinner tonight.

Postby Leoff » Sun Apr 19, 2020 1:44 pm

Roast duck breast with orange ginger sauce, red rice, ginger carrots.


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