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Anova Precision Kickstarter

In case my last post didn’t convince you to get one, Anova is coming out with a new cooker with many more features including control via iPhone. All for a lower price, how do they do it?!?! (more…)

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My experiences with cooking via sous vide

The method of putting ingredients in a bag, sealing them in a vacuum and cooking it all in a water bath held at a specific temperature has been around for decades. The benefit is that you can truly cook things all the way through at exactly the right temperature with hardly any risk of overcooking. […]

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Things We Think Are Cool: The Lamy Safari

It’s the gateway drug to finer writing. The Battlemouth office has three of them floating around for daily use. We think the Lamy Safari is cool.  

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Cheese! Go for a nice raw milk blue cheese. Taste a few, find the one you like best. This is a fun step in ingredient hunting.

My Swing at the #baconsmackdown

Bacon. I’m pretty sure I could write a post that is just that word and people would be interested in it. Cured pork belly is just one of those magical foods that people love. It can be used so many different ways and it’s salty savory flavor gives it a real punch in any recipe. […]

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My Mixtura breakfast of scrambled eggs, sliced avocado, chorizo, and sweet potatoes.

Mixtura – An Instant Favorite

I love going out for breakfast on the weekends. The meal can be drawn out for as long as you want over endless refills of coffee from a heavy ceramic mug. You don’t have to worry about where you need to be, you can just enjoy the meal and the company you’re sharing it with. […]

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The Health Benefits of Sriracha

The folks at CookingSchools pointed me to this infographic about the benefits of Sriracha hot sauce. How could I pass up an opportunity to ¬†post a giant image about my favorite hot sauce on my site? For those of you that have been reading Battlemouth for awhile you may remember I made my very own […]

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