So Garnet has been cooking with this cool Sous Vide cooker by Anova. If you are unfamiliar with this method of cooking, it is really very simple. You vacuum seal the food and seasonings in a plastic bag. The bags go into the water bath and the device heats the water to the temperature you set. He had his set at 125F. After being seared on the grill and resting, the meats were a perfect medium rare.

Anova Sous Vide

Anova Sous Vide loaded with many different meats.

 

8 (4-ounce) bone-in lamb loin chops, trimmed

4-ounce bone-in lamb loin chops, trimmed

 

 

New York Strips

New York Strips

trimmed tri-tips

A couple of trimmed tri-tips.

mini big green egg

Madman Mike lighting up the mini Big Green Egg.

Namath Rapid Cooker

Roasting some Green Chilies

Big Green Egg warming up the tortillas

Warming up the tortillas

Tri-tip and Chicken Tacos

Tri-tip and Chicken Tacos – These had a little green onion on them with some kind of awesome sauce and squeeze of lime juice. I had four of them.

lamb chops

The lamb chops didn’t even make it on to a plate.

 

Prime Beef Filets

A few beef filets. MOTHER OF GOD these were good. People were just eating them with their hands. We looked and sounded like caveman, stuffing our faces and grunting at each other.

Medium rare prime filet

Here is one of the filets cut in half. The entire thing was just perfectly cooked. The Anova Sous Vide is one of the coolest cooking devices I have ever seen.

 

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