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"Simply Ming" does sous vide, and MC ish

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Ming Tsai, the owner of Blue Ginger in Wellesley MA has a PBS show called 'Simpy Ming'

its in its 11th 'Season' and today on ep 1102 he does some SV and some MC-ish stuff w guest Chef Grant Achatz.

its a show I regularly follow as Im a Student Addict of PBS Cooking shows, the better ones at least, and others, esp. those from the BBC.

he does SV salmon, using a SVS and a sealer system I do not recognize

fresh ( probably Ultra Fresh ) salmon and fresh herbs and olive oil : 125 F / 20 min.

take it or leave it. its the first time ive seen SV " sur la Plate " on a PBS cooking show. Great British Menu does it all the time.

the guest and Ming do some MC ish stuff later.

although the Test kitchen did show the SVS a while back, they have chosen not to make anything on their show ( yet )

Weenies. :raz:

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"although the Test kitchen did show the SVS a while back, they have chosen not to make anything on their show ( yet )"

I'm not at all surprised at that. After all, what meager percentage of their viewers actually own and use a SV system?

I do agree, however, that it would make an interesting segment; but then I am a foodie after all.

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Ming Tsai also has a really good website. He has lots of video linked to recipes and ingredients.

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