Sous Vide Limoncello Recipe

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It’s peak citrus season, folks! If you can get your hands on a healthy bundle of lemons, we have the perfect project for you: Homemade Limoncello!

Limoncello might just be the liqueur of the moment. Its history dates back to the early 1900s, but it’s been having its American renaissance over the past few years. Limoncello is a quintessentially Italian product, as it uses just a few quality ingredients to perfection, and it’s the ideal digestif to usher in springtime. Read more



Descend into March Madness with Nomiku

March Madness with Nomiku

 

This post is for all our basketball enthusiasts out there. The true fans who “need a change of scenery” from their desks today. The ones searching for an unoccupied cozy corner in their offices so that they can “avoid distraction” and pretend to work while they furrow their brows at the latest March Madness shocker streaming from the corners of their computer screens. Did you get that email we sent you? No, we didn’t think so.

As thrilling as … Read more



Our CEO is Speaking at SXSW!

Lisa Fetterman at SXSW

 

SXSW 2017 is fast approaching, and our CEO, Lisa Fetterman, is thrilled to be joining the action this year. So if you’re going to be in Austin for the festivities, be sure to check out Lisa’s panel, The Smart Kitchen: Cooking Better with Technology.

The panel will be held from 3:30pm to 4:30pm CST on Saturday, March 11th at The Driskill Ballroom, where Lisa will be joined by Vivian Barad of IDEO and Michael Wolf of NextMarket Insights. … Read more



Introduction to the Science of Sous Vide

 

Nomiku brings the power of sous vide to every kitchen.

Cooking has always been an act of innovation. If we’d never learned to cook over fire, we’d still be spending most of the day scavenging for digestible raw food. Sure, there are certain foods best eaten raw because certain nutrients, like Vitamin C for example, are unstable under heat. But when we started cooking carbohydrates, proteins, and fats, we unlocked the proverbial Pandora’s Box of nutrition. And as a result, we grew healthier, stronger, and smarter; we became who Read more



Sous Vide Eggs Won the Valentine’s Day Recipe Contest

Sous vide eggs with caviar and heart-shaped cookies win big on Valentine's Day.

Romantic Sous Vide Eggs Win Big

Thank you to everyone who entered our recent Valentine’s Day Recipe Contest! We received so many excellent submissions, and it was very tough choosing the winner.

But in the end, Slo-Simmered Symbols of Seduction won our hearts (and our tastebuds)! It was submitted by Nomiku community member, Thierry Castro, and includes sous vide eggs, caviar, and heart-shaped cookies. This recipe is perfect for any romantic occasion, such as Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, and special date … Read more



Sous Vide Tom Collins Cocktail Recipe with Meyer Lemon

Meyer Lemon Tom Collins

From Silly Libel to Serious Libation

What began as a super lame joke in 1874 is now a classic cocktail of great notoriety. A Tom Collins is a gin cocktail made with lemon juice, sugar, and soda water. When the joke was all the rage in New York and Philadelphia, it went something like this:

Prankster (P): Dude, do you know a Tom Collins?

Butt of the joke (B): Can’t say that I do.

P: Well, you should. This guy Read more



Delectable Date Night Sous Vide Lamb

Sous vide lamb with chocolate chili glaze and mint garnish.

One, Lean Flavorful Rack of Lamb

Chocolate and lamb, while an unlikely pair, make for a truly delectable Valentine’s dish. Inspired by authentic Mexican mole, our recipe for sous vide rack of lamb features a chocolate chili glaze. The sweet, savory glaze offsets the lamb’s traditional ‘gamey’ flavor, and the unique chemical properties of the chocolate help build a veritable bridge between the lamb and the mint garnish.

Prep time: 15 minutes
Sous vide time: 2 hours (or up to … Read more



Sous Vide Artichokes for Valentine’s Day

Feast your eyes on the finished sous vide artichokes.

Winning their Heartichokes

The height of artichoke season is upon us! Mid-February in California, where nearly all of America’s ‘chokes’ flourish, is prime time for these fussy, unopened flowers. When their leaves eventually open, they are a beautiful, bright lavender color. The only edible part of the artichoke, however, is its heart.  

“The tender-hearted / upright / artichoke / girded itself as / a warrior…” wrote the poet Pablo Neruda in his famous Ode to the Artichoke. To get Read more



Teriyaki Sous Vide Chicken Wings Recipe

Teriyaki sous vide chicken wings.

Wing It On Weekdays

This easy recipe for teriyaki chicken wings features a savory sauce produced by the sous vide process itself. When the sauce is reduced, it makes for a gelatin-rich, glossy, lip-smacking glaze. Consider pairing these wings with BBQ pork ribs for the ultimate appetizer array. If you have any recipes you think would be great crowd-pleasers, feel free to leave us a comment on this post. 

Prep time: 20-30 minutes
Sous vide time: 2 hours (or up Read more



Sous Vide Pork Ribs for the Win

Try some succulent sous vide pork ribs.

Down…Set…Pork!

Sous vide pork ribs, the food of champions. To prepare for the big game in Houston this weekend, we put on our chef hats and pondered the most amazing rub and BBQ sauce worthy of this cut of meat. Our Executive Chef, Scott Peabody, busted out one of his very favorite pantry ingredients, canned chipotle peppers in adobo, just for the occasion. They’re packed with unbelievable smoky, spicy flavor. If you’re not a fan of too much heat, you … Read more