Sous vide jar quiche

Custardy Sous Vide Crustless Jar Quiches

Whoa nelly, that is a mouthful.  It has been hot in the Seattle area.  Hotter than most of us are equipped to deal with. With many stretches of days in the 90s, the idea of…

Sous vide orange curd

Simple Orange Curd Sous Vide

I learned last minute that we would be celebrating a coworker’s birthday the next day.  I just started at a new company a month and a half ago, so I am still in the phase…

Sous vide yogurt

Sous vide yogurt or crème fraîche

I know, this sounds ridiculous.  But I love my immersion circulator more than I can adequately describe in words (an interpretive dance would really be more fitting).  I don’t use it as often as I…

Duck confit salad

The “Work” Salad

I assume that we must all do something similar to this, but in the off chance that I am incorrect, here’s my rundown on the “work” salad.  The salad that consists of leftovers, stuff you…

I just want to show you how awesome my apple pie was for Thanksgiving.

In case you were wondering, I am a sucker for slightly fussy things.  Not fussy like little paper wrappers on the ends of bones, but more fussy like process-intensive ways of cooking things for the…

Sous Vide Grassfed Sirloin Steak w/ Loaded Baked Sweet Potato

This was delicious.  But first, let’s talk a little about grass fed beef, and how it differs from conventional beef. Conventionally fed cows are born and live on/in fields until they are weaned and old…

Processing a deer

There was that one time that we processed an entire deer for the first time.

Craig and his friend Ian decided last year to try deer hunting.  They spent 3 days in the freezing cold, and came home empty handed.  It was disappointing for all involved. I only mention this…