Water bath cooking

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Some recipes call for a “water bath” as part of the cooking instructions. A water bath is simply a pan of hot water placed in the oven, and using this method has two benefits when baking. Read More…

Some foods require moisture in the oven, as well as a milder heat source than the direct heat of the oven, such as custards, puddings, and cheesecakes. Read More…

Sous Vide is a cooking process that is intended to maintain the integrity of ingredients by heating them for an extended period of time at relatively low temperatures. Some food is cooked for a long time, sometimes well over 24 hours, and other food is for immediate service. Read More…

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Cooking and lifestyle shows on TV are exposing the home cook to an array of new techniques and cooking methods, not seen since the early days of the microwave. A year ago seen on Michelin-star level Great British Menu, restaurant tricks such as water baths and meat glue, are now seen on shows like Saturday Kitchen with squarely domestic audiences. Read More…

Water bath canning is a great way to learn how to can. Make Fruits, jams, and pickles. Tomatoes are a special case. They can be safely water bath canned only if they are acidified by adding bottled lemon juice. Read More…

We’ve discussed the old soak beans for 24-hours trick to…alleviate excess gas, but if you don’t have a whole day to wait before you start cooking your bean dish, this method from the folks at Bon Appetit magazine can save you a ton of time and waiting. Just put your beans in a pot, cover with water, bring them to a boil and keep them there for two minutes, and set aside.Read More…

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As the proprietor of two award-winning gastro pubs in Bath, chef Charlie Digney certainly has a lot on his plate. An advocate for only the freshest and most sustainably sourced foods, Charlie says with conviction: “The quality of wild meat is better than anything farmed. Local roe venison is amazing.” Read More…

Discussion(s) on How to cook corned beef and cabbage?

I made this over the weekend (used your husband’s recipe, lubby) and it was great. The recipe I’ve used in the past for corned beef and cabbage is one that requires simmering on the stove so with this one, it was nice not to have to watch it. The only change I’d make the next time I cook it is to add mustard, as your recipe suggested. Read More..

First let me say that I love Corned Beef and Cabbage and have always simmered my Corned Beef for hours before preparing the cabbage, onions, carrots, and potatoes. I have never cooked a Corned Beef in the oven so I wasn’t sure what to expect when I chose to smoke my first Corned Beef. Read More…

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