Sous Vide & Barbecue Resources
Check out these highly recommended websites for information to help you get the most out of Sous Vide and Barbecue!
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Sous Vide Resources
Check out the "Sous Vide Made Easy" Video course put together by Jason Logsdon, a well accomplished author on several books on Sous Vide and Modernist cooking! Get 50% off the regular price by using the code "FIREWATER" at checkout!
Douglas Baldwin literally wrote the book on sous vide low temperature cooking and how it works with pasteurization to be totally safe and how it works to break down proteins like no other cooking method.
Amazing Food Made Easy offers a free basic email course on how to use sous vide at home. Lots of other resources and guides to help you get the hang of it.
A very easy and helpful Time and Temperature guide with a drop down menu to pick the type of meat and cut to see the best time and temp for the doneness you want.
The makers of the very popular Sous Vide Circulator "Joule". Their website has a lot of information on using sous vide to make wonderful chef quality food at home!
Join Kenji Lopez-Alt and other top chef's from around the country as they show you how sous vide can work magic in your kitchen.
Meathead Goldwyn has run the Amazing Ribs website for decades and it is by far the largest and best Barbecue website on the planet! Check out the Sous Vide Que Section here!
Make sure to join our Fire & Water Cooking Facebook Group for a truly helpful and interactive bunch of people who are all teaching and learning about both sous vide and barbecue!
The largest and best Barbecue Website in the world! Lots of science based facts and methods, not that tradition doesn't have a place in BBQ, but it should actually make sense and be proven.
Malcolm Reed is a YouTube star that has turned him himself into a master of bbq and selling products. Lots of good information and cooks on Barbecue can be found here.
If you have never heard of Steve Raichlen you haven't been paying attention. He is a world famous BBQ author of over 31 books and a TV show host for many BBQ shows.
Believe it or not, a lot of the grill makers have some good "How To" content on their websites, Weber is one of them. They are kind of basic, but good for the beginner.
Aaron Franklin is the only James Beard Award winner that does strictly Barbecue. Check out these videos that show how he does his style of World Famous Texas BBQ that is simple and delicious.
If you are a fan of the old Forum type websites, there are still a few really large ones around dedicated to Barbecue. The BBQ Brethren forum is one the the largest and best.