Those guys at ChefSteps are at it again. Not content with building an indoor meat roasting pit, or introducing us, controversially, to the joys of sous vide bacon, they’ve now come up with a way to cook smoky sous vide ribs at home, with no need for a smoker.
They love to sous vide over at ChefSteps and we hope it’s not entirely down to their desire to push their own water bath product.
Apparently, in order to produce smoky sous vide ribs at home it’s all about the marinades and rubs, as with any BBQ, while also timing the water bath cooking just right, before finishing the ribs in the oven to get the perfect crust.
While many BBQ chefs and fans would, in no uncertain terms, tell you where to stick your ribs sous vide, we have to admit, these sous vide ribs look damn tasty and succulent.
Dal is one of those recipes that goes all the way back to the Indus Valley Civilisation. Unlike dishes such as biryani, brought to India by the Moghuls, it is one of those foods that has always been there. It is therefore a building block of Indian culture.
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In the North Atlantic, near Canada's eaternmost point, Fair Island is haunted by the the struggles past, but finding a new future. Kaja Sajovic visited the people that still fish, hunt, cook and live on the island.