Thomas Keller wrote a book about it, molecular gastronomists around the world sang its praises and trendwatchers galore were positive that 2009 was the year sous vide cooking finally would take off. Appliance makers even began marketing home sous vide units for enthusiasts who wanted to try it for themselves. So what happened? Well, we’re still waiting. It’s strange that Keller couldn’t light a fire under the sous vide market. Not only is the guy the country’s most-lauded chef, with ...

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