Water Displacement Method for Sous Vide Cooking

A common misconception around sous vide cooking is that it’s complicated and requires special equipment after you purchase your Anova. Think again! You have everything you need in your kitchen right now. No vacuum sealer? No problem. Learn how to use water displacement, also known as the water displacement method, using a resealable bag, and cook like a pro.(more…)

#anovafoodnerd Guide to Sous Vide Home Brewing

We all know Anova can crank out wicked juicy steaks, take BBQ to the next level with some ultra-low and slow, and even make vegetables shine. All that makes a meal worth talking about, but how about a bonus beverage, nerds? A nice, tall, frosty glass of freshly brewed beer, straight outta your home kitchen. Read along and learn how easy it is to home brew, aka brew vide, with Anova. Best part? It’s much cheaper than dedicated home brewing supplies.(more…)

Perfect sous vide salmon with #anovafoodnerd Adina Moss

When you go to dinner at Adina Moss’ house in Brooklyn, either her restauranteur and chef husband Juda is cooking dinner, or Adina is whipping it up with her Anova. The best part? Nobody can tell the difference! Since introducing sous vide into her life, Adina is serving up food every bit as delicious as her pro chef of a husband.Get to know Adina and learn her favorite summer time recipe for a sous vide salmon dish, so you too can bring your meals to that next level.(more…)

Need to Cover Your Sous Vide Container? Try Sous Vide Ping Pong Balls

You wake up to a faint beeping noise and groggily fumble around with your phone to press the snooze button on the notification that just popped up. When the beeping persists, you realize the notification is not your alarm, and the beeping is not your usual alarm tone. You roll out of bed and walk into the kitchen to confirm that your water-bath has dropped below the minimum level. Luckily, you make it in time to add some water to the pot and save those ribs you had cooking overnight thanks to the low-water alert from Anova. As you shuffle back to bed, you make a mental note to insulate the pot next time. (more…)

Meet #anovafoodnerd Erika Turk and learn the secret to perfect sous vide lamb chops

Erika Turk was NOT your typical university student during her time at college. Ramen and take out were not her normal meals. Instead? She got an Anova and ate like a queen for her four years. The best news? Now that she’s out of school and living in Dallas, she’s set herself up for sustained deliciousness. Read along and learn how Erika uses Anova to enrich her life, and try your hand at her wicked-delicious sous vide lamb chop recipe.(more…)

#anovafoodnerd Kevin Jeras Nerds Out About Nano

Hey folks! #anovafoodnerd Kevin Jeras is taking over the blog today to give you the rundown on his life with Anova, how he uses sous vide to enhance his families life, and why he’s adding another Anova to the mix with his recent purchase of the Anova Precision Cooker Nano. So, with that said, we’ll hand this over to Kevin to share his sous vide story in his own words…I bought an Anova Precision Cooker for our household when they first came out to try.  My wife initially rolled her eyes at yet another gadget to clutter our kitchen.  But as we started to use it to cook steaks and chicken, and began to experience the convenience and freedom, as well as the quality outcomes you get from sous vide, we were hooked!(more…)

#anovafoodnerd Danny Della Lana’s Sous Vide Banana Bread Recipe

With a love of cooking for friends and family, Danny Della Lana was hooked on sous vide from the moment it was introduced to him. Residing in Minneapolis, Danny has used Anova to elevate his kitchen game to places he never imagined. Whether he’s hosting dinner for his family, or for 20 of his closest friends, he uses Anova to ensure the night is memorable, and the food is perfectly prepared. Danny is here today to share his sous vide infatuation, as well as an age-old family recipe for banana bread that he has modernized and made more delicious than ever.(more…)

Comprehensive Guide to Outdoor Searing

You’ve just cooked your protein perfectly, and it needs a little exterior color to call the meal complete. Where do you turn? The smoke alarm goes off at the slightest hint of a smolder, and the “vent” above your stove might as well be just for looks. Time to head outside where we can really crank up the heat!(more…)