Andrea is passing close to us and the rain is the kind that makes you want to have quality time with the cat and a good book–so glad to be indoors. But, my unpreparedness did make me venture out (cat litter very low–very serious problem!); fortunately, out and back before the heavy rain started.
I came home with an impromptu purchase–the local HT had lovely looking tuna (wild caught) on sale. I’m going to make a small batch of tuna confit to use with my summer salads, though I suspect that one of the small “steaks” is going to supplement the grilled or griddled shrimp for supper.
I’m really intrigued by the sous vide cooking technique–and I’m constantly drooling over recipes from Stefan’s Gourmet Blog! Such perfectly cooked meat, and the veggies, too. But, as Stefan points out, it takes equipment! I’d love to try tuna like that as it seems that fish do well that way.
For now, I will settle for the very slow “poaching” as an alternative. It certainly beats the average canned tuna (unless you can get one of the canned variety that is hand packed, and cooked only once.
I keep wondering if there are any low-budget ways of trying the sous vide technique! I think some research is called for here.