For this post, I will attempt to connect everything I write to something I have mentioned in a previous post. That’s right: this post is all about ME, ME, ME. Don’t believe I can do it? Read on, my skeptic friend.
First of all, thanks to everyone who offered suggestions as to what we should cook sous-vide with Peter’s new creation. I’m excited to try some of them in the near future and I’ll let you all know how they turn out! In the meantime, Peter hauled his new sous-vide machine to our favorite restaurant: Forbidden City in Middletown, CT, so that he could
show off his mad skillz demonstrate the sous-vide machine to our owner-friend, Eric. (As a side note, I previously wrote about the greatness that is Forbidden City here and here.)
Eric was so excited about the sous-vide machine, he immediately set it up in the restaurant’s kitchen to make a batch of “perfect” eggs. Here’s Peter watching protectively over his creation while Eric drops a whole carton’s worth of eggs in the hot water bath:
How did they turn out? With a little Asian-inspired sauce (created by Eric), this perfect egg was a creamy treat for our tastebuds.
Stay tuned for more exciting sous-vide adventures! 😀
Clockwise from upper-left: regular PB, chocolate almond butter (just for you, LeQuan!), peach preserves, and chocolate hazelnut butter. The peach preserves are the same preserves I alluded to in this post. I think they turned out well, don’t you?
Last of all, Peter and I will be participating in an … event this weekend. This cryptic statement is a reference to a previous post, but I’m not going to name which one it is – bwah ha. For you longtime readers, you may recognize this picture from the aforementioned secret post. A hint, if you will:
Q: What is it, precious? Can you guess?
P.S. I’ve also updated some of THIH’s pages (Happy Jessie (slightly), Healthy Eats, Educate!). I can’t think of a way to connect that statement with a previous post. I am an imperfect being, after all.
P.P.S. Have a great weekend! 🙂