SOUS ALL THE VIDES

Will Dages

Self-taught programmer and tinkerer. I love the precision and repeatability of sous vide cooking, so I started this site to share what I've learned.

Beef

Velvet Steak

My local butcher started featuring some lesser-known cuts of meat, and the velvet steak definitely caught my eye. It was a beautiful red oblong cut with almost no marbling. I was excited to experiment with something new, so I went with a really simple preparation. I'm not sure I'd ever

Pork

Pepper & Onion Relish Sirloin Pork Chops

Great when you're in a rush and don't want to mess with making your own fancy pork chop marinade. This was delicious with these two thick, beautiful sirloin chops. Recipe One jar of the pepper & onion relish is plenty for two large pork chops. Ingredients 1 jar of Dickinson's

Beef

Simple Salt & Pepper Sirloin Roast

This roast comes out more on the medium-well side than most of the other beef recipes here, but it's still moist and juicy. It only takes 10–12 hours in the bath, so you can start cooking it in the morning and it'll be ready to take out and finish

Pork

Smoky Baby Back Ribs

I've tried ribs with lots of different marinades and cooking times (24, 36, and 48 hours), but this one is my favorite right now. The meat stays tender and juicy, but hold up to grilling a lot better at 24 hours than after 48 hours. These are great dry, but

Beef

Garlic Mustard Ribeye Steak

This has come to be my go-to way to do steak sous vide — a one-day marinade followed by an hour in the immersion circulator, and a quick sear on the grill or cast iron skillet. This makes for a weeknight meal that always leaves me thinking, "I'd be paying $80

Pork

Peach Pork Chops

I didn't have a delicious pork chop until I was 27 years old. Up to that point every piece of pork I ever had was dry, tough, and kind of miserable to eat. No more! I've really fell in love with pork since starting to cook it sous vide. This