Featured Video: Chef Jason Wilson

Gourmet Cooking Made Countertop Easy!
Elite chefs have known for decades that sous vide cooking offers the most reliable method for producing perfectly cooked foods with ease, but the cost was prohibitive.  The SousVide Supreme has made the process available and affordable for both the gourmet home cook and the restaurant chef.

Take a look, as Chef Jason Wilson owner and executive chef of the acclaimed restaurant, Crush, in Seattle, Washington describes the difference having the SousVide Supreme has made in his restaurant.

Featured Sous Vide Recipe
For a gourmet twist on sous vide vegetables, Chef Jason Wilson treats us all to a recipe from his fantastic menu at Crush: Sous Vide Garden Vegetable Salad – See Recipe Here

Featured Video: Chef Jason Wilson

4 Responses to Featured Video: Chef Jason Wilson

  1. patricia Gadsby says:

    Hi again,
    I have 2 bag questions. What kinds of plastic are used for the bags? And what is their fate once they’re used–into the landfill? Are they compatible with a sustainable cuisine?
    It would be wonderful if the bags could be heat-resistant, food-safe, and compostable.
    Patricia
    In response: Please check the Product FAQ pages for these answers. We, too, wish there were a food-safe, heat-stable, biodegradable bag available, but to our knowledge there is not yet. We continue to look for one that meets these requirements.

  2. Lisa says:

    Can’t wait to get to Seattle and try Crush. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Rickie Landacre says:

    I used to spend long hours with my grandmother outdoors. She had a beautiful flower garden along with her very large vegetable garden. Though she was a farmer’s wife and had to spend a lot of time helping out with the family business, she made time to tend to both of her gardens. Her vegetable garden was not only a labor of love; it was something that helped them through the winter. The more they could can, the more money they saved when milk production was low and the money was not as good as it should have been.:^

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