A perfect, hearty, classic Italian dish. A slow sous vide "braised" Veal Shank is cooked in a rich wine sauce with tomatoes, sweet peppers, lots of garlic and a hint of lemon zest and rosemary. Don't forget about the hidden delicacy in the centre of the osso buco...the prize in the bone; the smooth as silk marrow. Wonderful served over a bed of our Roasted Garlic Smashed Potatoes, ourPortobello Smashed Potatoes or Pappardelle pasta.
The unofficial ‘national dish of Britain’, due to its overwhelming popularity there! Pieces of our Artisan Farms' boneless, skinless chicken breasts and thighs are simmered in a fragrant sauce of yoghurt, tomato, ginger, garlic and spices….the chicken becomes infused with all these flavours. Pairs perfectly with Coconut Rice (sold separately).
Pieces of our Fenwood Farm's boneless, skinless, chicken breasts and thighs are marinated in a fragrant combination of fresh lime juice, honey, turmeric, Madras curry powder, garlic and cilantro. They are then skewered on bamboo and grilled quickly to impart a bit of smoke, before being cooked sous vide. Great paired with our Coconut Rice! (Sold separately)
It’s as if this chicken breast had been kissed by the Tuscan Sun! Marinated first with Balsamic vinegar, extra virgin olive oil and garlic, then filled with a stuffing of mushrooms, artichokes, spinach and Asiago cheese. The chicken is grilled, vacuum packed and cooked sous vide to lock in all those Tuscan flavours. Pairs beautifully with our Wild Rice Pilaf or Mediterranean Rice (sold separately) Buon Appetito!
We call them “Naked Ribs” because we only season them with sea salt and black pepper. We then grill these incredibly meaty Berkshire ribs to impart that smoky barbecue flavour before we cook them sous vide, low and slow, until they are sooooo tender! You get to slather them with one of our BBQ sauces or your favourite, then finish them on your barbecue or under your broiler. These pair perfectly with our Smashed Sweet Potato Russet Blend.
*Rack sizes are based on average raw weight and do vary.
Heat the ribs following the Heating Instructions link above. Once they have been heated, remove them from the pouch.
Place them on a baking sheet, slather with barbecue sauce and place under the broiler for 2-4 minutes to crisp up, being careful not to burn the sauce. Or, slather them with barbecue sauce and place them on your preheated barbecue.
Cut the rack between the bones and pile on a platter. Serve with additional sauce if desired.
“Best ribs I’ve ever had!” —overheard at the OK Friday Market, Burl’s Creek
Lobster Lollipops…Yes, they’re a thing! The ultimate food-on-a-stick. We de-shell a Nova Scotia lobster tail, skewer it with a bamboo stick, vacuum pack it in our Lemon-Garlic-Herb Butter and cook it sous vide. The result? One very tender and tasty lobster tail!
The classic French Bistro menu item. Delicious, melt-in-your-mouth duck, with crazy crispy skin! We season our King Cole duck leg with sea salt and black pepper, then vacuum pack it and cook it sous vide... slowly... very slowly…