Before we get into some of the more common untruths surrounding sous vide, let’s clear something up: sous vide does not mean boiling food in a bag. Common boil-in-a-bag foods, like packaged rice and ready-made Indian dishes, involve bringing water to a boil and then placing the vacuum-packed food in the water to heat it.
Give your chefs the opportunity to shine. Since Frank is the face of Bonanno concepts, he loves that cooking classes give his chefs an chance to engage face-to-face with guests. “I think sometimes the chefs are a little overshadowed by my name, so this gives them the opportunity to sit with people,” says Frank. “It helps them get their name out there.”