Weck Rolls Sous Vide (Kummelweck Rolls)

Weck Rolls Sous Vide (Kummelweck Rolls)

A kummelweck roll is a crusty bread of Germanic origin that’s traditionally topped with coarse salt and caraway seeds. Kümmel apparently is the German word for caraway, and weck roughly translates t…
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Fresh Prepared Horseradish

Fresh Prepared Horseradish

Prepared horseradish meaning simply ground root simply seasoned with a bit of salt and vinegar is a culinary icon of the kitchen. Intensely hot, and aromatic it’s even better if you prepare it your…
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Fresh Bites Recipe Videos January

Fresh Bites Recipe Videos January

Without the excitement of the holidays to look forward to, January can have bleak outlook. We look to one of our favorite things for comfort, food! Of course, with all those resolutions, many of us ar…
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Sous Vide, Now at Starbucks

Sous Vide, Now at Starbucks

If you’ve seen the news or been on social media lately you’ve probably seen this story. Starbucks is now offering Sous Vide Egg Bites. Using the sous vide cooking technique, they are quite deli…
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Toasted Quinoa Sous Vide

Toasted Quinoa Sous Vide

My family came to our shores at the end of the 1950’s from South America where quinoa (KEEN-wah) was king. So my introduction to this relatively new comer to our pantry’s came to me as a child. In…
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Sous Vide and Smoked Brisket

Sous Vide and Smoked Brisket

If you're a fan of barbecue, chances are you are no stranger to the brisket. While we typically think of the brisket prepared solely in the smoker, we find the mean best prepared throu…
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Four Ways to Get Poppin

Four Ways to Get Poppin

Without question popcorn is one of the most popular snacks in my house. We love to make up a pot of if to nibble on while we watch movies or play games. We started out keeping our popcorn pretty simpl…
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Maple Hot Toddy Sous Vide

Maple Hot Toddy Sous Vide

For those of you who don’t know me, it’s true, I do love a well-crafted cocktail to soften the edges of a hard day. I’ve often wondered what the drinking culture enjoyed before th…
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