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Old 03-26-2011, 05:28 PM  
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New cooking methods ... sous vide

So I took the plunge (pun not intended) and purchased a personal sous vide machine.

I've made a wonderful roasted garlic and herb compound butter and I'm about to put a couple of thick cut KC strips in the bath, set it for 134 degrees and in a couple hours I should have perfectly medium rare steak to throw in a screaming hot skillet to sear. Then it's eatin' time.

Will post pics.

Anyone worked with sous vide before? Any tips, tasty things to try?
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:13 PM   #106
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:15 PM   #107
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How's the juice content?
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:18 PM   #108
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Looks delicious. Your pictures are making me want to put my butcher block countertop in.
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Old 03-26-2011, 10:26 PM   #109
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Old 03-27-2011, 12:01 AM   #110
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Looks delicious. Your pictures are making me want to put my butcher block countertop in.
I've got some I'd sell you... I'd like to update my kitchen from the late 70's!
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Old 03-27-2011, 12:14 AM   #111
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So this takes 2-3 hours plus finish time? I think it would be easier to throw it on the grill for 8 minutes and be done.

Just me though

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These are good steaks, and it's been a while since I had a KC strip, but these seem tenderer than normal. And med rare is significantly rarer than Mrs. FMB! normally likes, but she's wolfing it down, and says it's got got good flavor and not under-done.

The texture seems denser. It's good, but it's slightly different than you'd expect from a steak, I think.

The color in the pics is a little off - yellow kitchen plus fluorescent lighting means bad colors. The color in the last pic is close, but still looks like it's more done than the steak actually is.
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Old 03-27-2011, 12:19 AM   #112
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I've got some I'd sell you... I'd like to update my kitchen from the late 70's!
You have actual maple butcher-block or some laminate crap? I have a nice slab but I'd actually prefer to repurpose something for my kitchen and sell the new slab for some cash.
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Old 03-27-2011, 06:36 AM   #113
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How's the juice content?
It's very juicy. Very, very juicy. Gonna try chicken soon. I've also read that salmon is unique in sous vide, in that the final texture is very similar to sushi.

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So this takes 2-3 hours plus finish time? I think it would be easier to throw it on the grill for 8 minutes and be done.

Just me though
It actually only takes about 1.5 hours for these steaks (cut 1.5 inch thick), but because you're cooking at exactly the temperature you at which you want to serve, you can actually hold the steaks in the sous vide for a long time. According to research, that's not indefinitely, but enzymes in the steak don't start breaking down the protein for 8-10 hours. So I just left these in the bath until Mrs. FMB! got home.

The taste and flavor is different than you'd get from "throwing it on the grill for 8 minutes."

And you can do a lot more in sous vide than steak, that's just what I wanted to do first.
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Old 03-27-2011, 06:40 AM   #114
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Looks delicious. Your pictures are making me want to put my butcher block countertop in.
Thanks. It was quite tasty. I bought that walnut (I think, it's been a while) end grain cutting board - it's 3 inches thick and 18 inches in diameter - off eBay. I love that thing. It went basically unused for several years because I never had a place in my kitchen to keep it. Now that we bought this house here in AL, I have more room and it found a permanent place on the counter.
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Old 03-27-2011, 08:31 AM   #115
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Looks great and definitely something I'd like to try....now to convince the wife to let me drop $300 on another kitchen appliance! Just bought a nice electric pressure cooker recently (only about $90 though).
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Old 03-27-2011, 11:01 AM   #116
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FMB, did the sous vide approach soften the band of grissle on the edge of the strip, well enough? I usually trim it off.

Poor man's sous vide:

Buy the strips in bulk, trim off the grissle and most the fat, throw 2 strips in a food storage bag, pour 1 oz. of teriyaki sauce in each bag, squeeze out the air, throw them in the freezer.

Take out the steaks you want the next day, put them in the fridge section. Noon, the next day, put the steaks in lukewarm tap water, for cooking that night.

For pan searing, Maker's Mark during the cook is good. Makes for a good au jus, with some water after the steak has cooked, that's good in boiled tater chunks or rice.

To each his own.
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Interesting FMB! I'm glad it worked out for you. It looks really good.

I'd love to try one. But I think the probability me giving up fire is pretty low .

Thanks for sharing dude.
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Old 03-27-2011, 12:23 PM   #119
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These are good steaks, and it's been a while since I had a KC strip, but these seem tenderer than normal. And med rare is significantly rarer than Mrs. FMB! normally likes, but she's wolfing it down, and says it's got got good flavor and not under-done.

The texture seems denser. It's good, but it's slightly different than you'd expect from a steak, I think.

The color in the pics is a little off - yellow kitchen plus fluorescent lighting means bad colors. The color in the last pic is close, but still looks like it's more done than the steak actually is.

That's a damn fine looking steak. Did you season it before it went in the bag or when you seared it?
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FMB, did the sous vide approach soften the band of grissle on the edge of the strip, well enough? I usually trim it off.

Poor man's sous vide:

Buy the strips in bulk, trim off the grissle and most the fat, throw 2 strips in a food storage bag, pour 1 oz. of teriyaki sauce in each bag, squeeze out the air, throw them in the freezer.

Take out the steaks you want the next day, put them in the fridge section. Noon, the next day, put the steaks in lukewarm tap water, for cooking that night.

For pan searing, Maker's Mark during the cook is good. Makes for a good au jus, with some water after the steak has cooked, that's good in boiled tater chunks or rice.

To each his own.

So you de-glaze the pan with bourbon and water?
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