Food nerd fam, put your hands together for Hadassa Lipskar! Hailing from Brooklyn, by way of Miami, Hadassa is no stranger to the kitchen. One year ago, Hadassa made the leap into the world of sous vide cooking and joined the #anovafoodnerd fam. The rest is history! Hadassa is here today to share her recipe for perfect sous vide burgers with the whole food nerd fam.
Bea Mendoza is an #anovafoodnerd from Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2015, she received the gift of pro-level cooking from her boyfriend. She has been sharing her culinary creations with the #anovafoodnerd fam ever since. Get to know Bea, and find out her secret to sous vide pork belly, along with a few more super-delicious dishes she’s created for you.
Note from Anova: We’re celebrating Mother’s Day with the whole food nerd family by letting one of our food nerd mommas take over the Anova blog. Aly was kind enough to tell her super-awesome Anova story for the whole food nerd family to enjoy. Read along and learn about how Aly uses her Anova to take her cooking game to the next level!
What happens when 5 college friends decide to use their newfound cooking skills and throw a two-night pop-up sous vide dinner party for 40 friends and family? A full on food nerd fiesta breaks out! Zachary Cohen, Julian Daly, Tobias Rosen, Ben Rosenberg, and Sam Wasserman are all students at Cal, and close friends, took on this challenge and knocked it out of the park.
Where to even begin with Jen Stone. If there was a queen of sous vide, she would definitely be in the running. Hailing from Toronto, Jen has whipped up countless healthy sous vide recipes since becoming an #anovafoodnerd more than two years ago. Get to know Jen Stone, consummate #anovafoodnerd and learn a few of her healthy sous vide recipes.
Food nerd family, get to know the latest #anovafoodnerd, Andrew Wisnionski and learn his secret to sous vide pork shoulder. An avid home cook turned culinary student, Andrew has shown his love for food, and for Anova. What a beautiful combo that is, and he’s using it to his full advantage.
Mother’s Day is a day we should shower Mom with gifts and let her kick back and relax while we cook her an amazing meal.For some, you might be lucky enough to enjoy her company while she provides you with an epic meal (because she just loves cooking with her Anova, of course!).
Nothing says love like good food. A few members of the #anovafoodnerd family shared their plans for the upcoming Mother’s Day weekend and how they’re celebrating with Mom. Check out how these food nerds and food nerd mommas are using Anova to make the day extra memorable.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Carnitas are the the undisputed king of the taco cart.
The Mexican answer to American pulled pork, at their best they should be moist, juicy, and ultra-porky with the rich, tender texture of a French confit, and riddled with plenty of well-browned crisp edges. Traditionally, they’re made by simmering chunks of juicy pork in rendered large inside a large copper vat (a cazo) until tender and crisp.
At home, I’ve been making them for years using my oven-based recipe. It’s a fantastic and easy method, but it’s not as easy as using your Anova. For one thing, you don’t have to heat up the oven or worry about leaving it on all afternoon.
What’s better than a perfectly cooked filet of sous vide salmon? A super simple sous vide hollandaise recipe to go with it. These wicked good recipes were dreamed up by Derek Gaughan, an #anovafoodnerd and sous vide legend from Pennsylvania.
Derek’s always sharing his favorite recipes with the food nerd fam, and he makes sure each recipe is easy to follow along with and, of course, delicious. He’s even shared the full details for two of his favorites–sous vide salmon with a sous vide hollandaise sauce–for a double dose of sous vide perfection that the whole #anovafoodnerd family can enjoy.
Get to know Derek, and learn to cook his favorite sous vide recipes with ease.
Here’s what happened with user accounts . . .
We recently released a new version of our app. To use this new version, you must set up a user account by entering and verifying your email address and a password.
Why the change? Voice control. You can use your Anova with Google Voice and in the near future, Anova will be a skill within the Amazon Echo skill ecosystem. Users can only use Amazon Echo and Google Voice integration if they have a user account, so we implemented user accounts for all app users.
Our mistake – we made user accounts mandatory. After rolling out our latest app update, it became apparent that this mandatory requirement is unfair. We’re sorry. We just dumped a requirement on our community without giving you a choice.