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Five Easy Ways To Crisp Up Your Sous-Vide Steak's Crust

Cooking your steak sous-vide style will give you the most tender steak you’ve ever had. That tenderness, however, means less crispy, flavorful bits on the outside. Here are five simple ways to crisp up your sous-vide steaks crust before serving.


10 Simple Ways To Eat Healthier Without Thinking

Your environment has an incredible ability to shape your behaviour. If you design your environment to be conducive to healthy habits, then you’ll find yourself improving your diet without even thinking about it.


The Easiest, Tastiest Way To Use A Bunch Of Zucchini 

Zucchini is a pretty versatile vegetable. It grills great on a kebab, fries up into crunchy little coins and can even be used as a substitute for noodles, but all of those iterations pale when compared to the spreadable delight that is zucchini butter.


Will It Sous Vide? Ornery Onion Edition

Hello everyone, and welcome to the very first instalment of Will it Sous Vide?, a weekly column where I sous vide whatever the heck people want me to. This week’s most popular suggestion was onions, specifically caramelised onions.


Make Your Own Restaurant-Worthy Sushi Ginger, Right Down To The Colour

My love for sushi ginger borders on obsessive, and have been known to go out to sushi just to satisfy my pickled ginger craving. This is unnecessary though, because you can make delicious, perfect gari in the comfort of your own kitchen.


Napkin Talks You Through Recipes So You Can Focus On Cooking

iOS: There are plenty of useful recipe apps out there, the only problem is, it can be mildly annoying to cook and check your phone after each step. Napkin eliminates this annoyance with voice-guided recipes.


Make Super Delicious Fried Eggs With The Last Bit Of Tomato Paste

Tomato paste adds a super concentrated boost of flavour to everything it graces, and a teaspoon is all it takes to turn your morning egg into something truly savoury and special.


Bake Better Chicken Breasts With The Dry-Poaching Technique

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts don’t have a lot of fat in them, so they’re a challenge to cook (unless you like dry or tasteless chicken). With a piece of parchment paper, however, this problem is solved.


Make This Tangy Citrus Dessert With A Simple Ratio

Bright, tangy fruits are necessary for getting through the cold winter months, and citrus curd has a way of bringing sunshine to the darkest of days. Lemon is classic, but this ratio lets you make delicious curd out of limes, oranges, or any citrus fruit.


DIY Bread Cones: A Perfect Edible Container For Your Favourite Fillings

Why eat out of a bowl when you can eat out of an edible, fluffy bread cone? Great for on the go or for game day gatherings, bread cones can be filled with anything you want.


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