The Best Roast Potatoes Ever Recipe | Serious Eats

The Best Roast Potatoes Ever Recipe | Serious Eats

A spicy, cheesy, well-risen square pizza with crispy chalices of pepperoni.

A spicy, cheesy, well-risen square pizza with crispy chalices of pepperoni.

Chicken-Fried Chicken With Cream Gravy - this is serious comfort food at its finest! ❊

Chicken-Fried Chicken With Cream Gravy - this is serious comfort food at its finest! ❊

I was skeptical of the idea of sous vide bacon. I generally prefer my bacon cooked completely crisp, rather than trying to get bacon that's crisp and moist at the same time. But bacon cooked sous vide overnight is the first I've ever tasted that delivers on that moist-and-crisp promise. It's crispy on the exterior as you bite into it, but it quite literally melts in your mouth, like the finest confit pork belly, as you chew. Here's how to make it.

I was skeptical of the idea of sous vide bacon. I generally prefer my bacon cooked completely crisp, rather than trying to get bacon that's crisp and moist at the same time. But bacon cooked sous vide overnight is the first I've ever tasted that delivers on that moist-and-crisp promise. It's crispy on the exterior as you bite into it, but it quite literally melts in your mouth, like the finest confit pork belly, as you chew. Here's how to make it.

Asian Slaw with Ginger Peanut Dressing | Serious Eats : Recipes

Asian Slaw with Ginger Peanut Dressing | Serious Eats : Recipes

The burger that has become a legend, the In-N-Out Double Double - Animal Style, with a homemade fry sauce, caramelized onions and mustard grilled patty. The perfect GOOD fast food burger as decoded by Kenji from Serious Eats.

The burger that has become a legend, the In-N-Out Double Double - Animal Style, with a homemade fry sauce, caramelized onions and mustard grilled patty. The perfect GOOD fast food burger as decoded by Kenji from Serious Eats.

Traditional techniques for caramelizing onions can take hours to deliver extra-sweet, complex flavor. The pressure cooker reduces that time down to about 30 minutes of hands-off cooking. Finishing off those onions with sherry, stock, and some aromatics transforms them into a soul-satisfying classic French onion soup.

Traditional techniques for caramelizing onions can take hours to deliver extra-sweet, complex flavor. The pressure cooker reduces that time down to about 30 minutes of hands-off cooking. Finishing off those onions with sherry, stock, and some aromatics transforms them into a soul-satisfying classic French onion soup.

Halibut aren't terribly fun to fish (think: reeling up a 200-pound bath mat through hundreds of feet of icy-cold water), but man, are they delicious! Firm yet flaky, with a heartier texture and flavor than other widely available white fish on the market. Halibut cooks more like a thick steak—well-browned and -crusted on the outside, with a juicy, tender center. And, just like with a steak, cooking sous vide can help you nail that medium-rare center every time. Here's how to do it.

Halibut aren't terribly fun to fish (think: reeling up a 200-pound bath mat through hundreds of feet of icy-cold water), but man, are they delicious! Firm yet flaky, with a heartier texture and flavor than other widely available white fish on the market. Halibut cooks more like a thick steak—well-browned and -crusted on the outside, with a juicy, tender center. And, just like with a steak, cooking sous vide can help you nail that medium-rare center every time. Here's how to do it.

Miso paste is high in glutamates and will add a deep savory backbone to a dish without overwhelming it. We use a touch of miso paste in both our squash risotto and our mushroom risotto. In those recipes, the miso is a flavor enhancer. In this recipe, the miso is the star.

Miso paste is high in glutamates and will add a deep savory backbone to a dish without overwhelming it. We use a touch of miso paste in both our squash risotto and our mushroom risotto. In those recipes, the miso is a flavor enhancer. In this recipe, the miso is the star.

Sous vide is also a great way to prepare tuna to be served nearly raw, sashimi-style, or to be used in recipes where you'd typically use canned tuna, giving you better texture and flavor than any canned option.

Sous vide is also a great way to prepare tuna to be served nearly raw, sashimi-style, or to be used in recipes where you'd typically use canned tuna, giving you better texture and flavor than any canned option.

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