Freeze Your Summer Vegetables

Freeze Your Summer Vegetables

When you have a garden or are part of a CSA you tend to get a lot of vegetables in at once.  If you can't use them all right away, it is a good idea to save them for later in the year when fresh vegetables aren't as easy to come by. If you have the freezer space, freezing your veggies is a fast and easy way to save some of those summer flavors for the colder months. Some vegetables get mushy or soft after they are frozen and thawed,…

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Sous Vide Asparagus

Sous Vide Asparagus

Asparagus is so easy to make in the oven, so why should you make it in a sous vide circulator? More intense asparagus taste. Easier clean up. Same length of prep and cooking time. Sold? Here's what you need and what to do with it: Just looking for time and temp suggestions?  175F (79.44C) for 15 minutes will give you asparagus that is still firm with a bit of bite left in it. Ingredients 1 lb of fresh asparagus 3 tbsp olive oil Zest from one small lemon (or half a large…

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Sous Vide Corn On The Cob

Sous Vide Corn on the Cob

Do you want incredibly easy, delicious, self-buttering, minimal clean-up corn on the cob? If you have a sous vide circulator, look no further. Take 2-4 shucked cobs of sweet corn and seal them in a bag with a few tablespoons of butter. Or, if you don’t have a vacuum sealer, put them in a ziplock bag and use the water displacement method to remove the air before sealing it. Cook them in your sous vide water bath for 30 minutes at 182F (83.3C). Take the bag out, cut it open, and serve!

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