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Modernist Potluck: Winter Soups, Booze, and Steaks

In this installment of Modernist Potluck, I take a look at steaks, soups, sous vide machines, and booze! Got some great content you'd like to share? Then let me know on Facebook or Twitter!

I really enjoyed this article by kevinEats talking about a taste test he did with several different types of steak that are readily available.

If you like to drink, there are two great articles I came across. The first is a review of the Tales of the Cocktail event held in New Orleans every year. The second is a look at beer pairings with different modernist foods by Brew Dogs, it's worth a look for the liquid nitrogen marshmallow alone!

For those of you in the market for a sous vide machine, Series Eats has a detailed look at 3 of the low cost options available. And a thread on Reddit looks at what containers are best to use.

Ginger carrot soup side

It's been a cold winter so far, so that means it's time for some soups! Series Eats looks at how to make a variety of creamy vegetable soups. I take a run at a caramelized ginger-carrot soup and Brendan Lee posts a nice recipe for a caramelized celeriac soup.

For a nice look at various cooking oils in an easy to read format, you can check out this handy chart from Chasing Delicious.

And just for fun, chicken fried potatoes!

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