It’s rare for a founder to offer to make Chik-fil-A sandwich clones for you, let alone in your own kitchen. But that’s just what Jeff Wu, creator of the Anova sous-vide cooker is doing.
Now running on Kickstarter, the new model adds some amazing features to the already cool Anova cooker including iPhone based programming and a food library that allows you to set and forget your… Read More
Another day, another sous-vide cooker. Anova, a company I’ve covered before, has announced the next generation of their platform, a precision circulator/heater that uses your phone to cook delicious sous-vide meals in a hot water bath. They’ve surpassed their Kickstarter goal of $100,000 and are already at $500,000. The original Anova was a self-contained device with temperature… Read More
Sous-vide is a cooking method that allows you to make amazingly tender vegetables and meats by cooking food in a warm water bath. It’s risen in popularity in the last few years and home machines like Anova have driven down the price of a good machine in the past year. Now there’s the Mellow, a sort of sous-vide smart crockpot that you can program to make your soft boiled eggs at… Read More
Sous vide cooking is probably one of the most high-tech methods of food preparation that home cooks can perform without a degree in chemistry and/or killing themselves and those around them. That’s why I was particularly excited to try the Anova, an automatic sous vide circulator that can turn a lump of cold chicken into a succulent taste sensation in about an hour. Read More