JP Eats Food Blog. Welcome to my food (and wine) blog. I am very lucky to enjoy good food and wine pretty frequently. I also spend a good deal of time learning and experimenting with both. The point of this blog is to share some of that with you as well as help me remember foods, wines, and little bits and pieces of information I pick up along the way. I rarely take pictures in nice restaurants, so most of what you see here comes from my kitchen, my friends' kitchens, or various casual and local hot spots. You can hit the archive, or never miss a post with rss.



More Bryan Flannery vs Lobel’s “research.” File this one under the category of It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. This is the second time we’ve done this comparison and this time, we cooked all three steaks sous vide to 120 degrees then seared them on a ridiculously hot grill for about a minute and a half per side. The Lobel’s steak was just a bit dryer than the Flannery steaks but it had incredible flavor. I don’t think we’re getting any closer to a verdict, so I guess we’ll just have to keep researching the problem!

More Bryan Flannery vs Lobel’s “research.” File this one under the category of It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. This is the second time we’ve done this comparison and this time, we cooked all three steaks sous vide to 120 degrees then seared them on a ridiculously hot grill for about a minute and a half per side. The Lobel’s steak was just a bit dryer than the Flannery steaks but it had incredible flavor. I don’t think we’re getting any closer to a verdict, so I guess we’ll just have to keep researching the problem!

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Posted Sunday April 24, 2011

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