I keep running across fantastic cooking videos. Here are five that I have to share:
Rick Bayless - Beer Brined Chickens on the Kalamazoo Grill Rotisserie
Rick Bayless AND rotisserie chicken on the grill?
Sous Vide Comparison - Water Baths vs Immersion Circulators
I get asked this question a lot - what’s the difference between a SousVide Supreme (a water bath) and the immersion circulators that are coming to market? Here’s a comparison video from Sous Vide Supreme. They obviously prefer their own product, but they give a surprisingly balanced explanation of the pros and cons of both types of sous vide units.
Sous Vide Comparison - Water Baths vs Immersion Circulators from SousVide Supreme on Vimeo.
Go Behind the Scenes of Weber’s New Commercial
My blog buddy Mike Lang at Another Pint Please (Ohio griller shout out!) is now officially blogging for Weber. He even got to be part of Weber’s “Unserious Times” commercial. Here’s a behind the scenes video Mike shot by wearing a GoPro the whole day while he helped grill food for the commercial. My favorite part? About two minutes in, when you hear the sizzle of a whole beef tenderloin hitting the grill.
Alton Brown - Champagne Saber Time
Alton is releasing a new series of videos! If you love Good Eats, you need to subscribe to his YouTube channel. (I love Good Eats with the white hot passion of a thousand suns. I think Alton made the "Misery" episode about a crazed fan after he taught a cooking class I was in...) Sabering champagne is a trick I’ve always wanted to try; now I just need to find a cavalry saber.
America’s Test Kitchen - Science: The Best Way to Use a Whisk
I’ve been whisking wrong. I’m so ashamed.
What do you think?
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Mike V @ DadCooksDinner says
185? For steak, yes. Not for chuck roast. It is impossible to overcook chuck roast.