Chef Tyler Florence stops by the ChefSteps kitchen to share two new Joule recipes: Overnight Sous Vide Turkey and a delicious, gluten-free gravy upgrade called Thanksgiving Sauce. Watch the video now, then download the Joule app to find a Thanksgiving Sauce cooking guide, plus more awesome Turkey Day techniques. Oh, and you can find both recipes—plus a killer sweet potato mash technique—at InStyle.com:
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Thankfully. They don't deserve to be alive considering how long they ignored their viewers and premium consumer base. They were great back in the old days, but keep fooling themselves thinking Joule is an amazing product. Like seriously, people are getting Anovas or just chucking hot water in a cooler box like me for an even cheaper method.
This channel had so much potential. Smh. Should be more like bon appetite. It's about people, and food. Yet you continue to try to push the sues vid as the new normal.
It's an extra couple steps and it only improves traditional cooking methods by a little.
You guys need to take a step back and think on your older videos, more sciencey and innovative, not afraid to try new things. I don’t know if you have a patreon but that works too. Hate to see a great channel fall of from lack of inspiration.
I know it's an amazing to show and promote the product you have made but can you consider to make videos that dont have joule? We all want good quality videos with science that is what make your subscriber subs u
i actually paid money to subscribe for your dessert recipes. not one new one has been uploaded in months, not just desserts but ANYTHING. and STILL you just choose to ignore the thousands of comments made by subscribers. for real guys please just start uploading some CONTENT. one more joule and im unsubbed this is beyond a joke
I've already given up long ago. Came back to check if they're enlightened yet but I think this channel is dead. Their premium service was pretty crappy too given how few updates and how they almost never reply to comments or questions by their premium customers. They don't even care about their premium subs. And they think Joule is so amazing? Please, I just get it done with hot water and an ice box.
I have loved TiVoing Tyler’s recipes. I tried most, and should have kept the very best in my vault. But, sadly my TiVo broke, and in the repairing, my best of the best was lost. Thank heavens Tyler Florence is available on YouTube. Tyler’s ultimate Chicken enchilada is to die for...and that is all I am going to say.
FYI - Santa is bringing me a Sous Vide for Christmas. I need Tyler’s assistance once again to make me look like a fabulous cook.
Ps. I never share my recipes. Sorry, Tyler, I take full credit. Is that wrong? As they say, “Originality is the ability to conceal one’s source....”
Jesus Christ, Chef Steps you have such a bad business model for your YT channel. Joule is literally killing it! Stop trying to desperately shove it down peoples throats and go back to uploaded recipes that don't require sou vide machines.
Please, please go back to pumping out videos like you guys used to with helping people in the kitchen. I used to lose sleep over your channel watching all your videos and if something has gone wrong with the business side of ChefSteps that slowed down the production videos, please do say something. I'll understand and I hope and think others will too.
Don't have this fool on here again. I don't mind the ads but he was disrespecting the joule I bought every time he called it a sous vied stick! I love grants videos but this dude seemed inexperienced. I wouldn't even know what a joule stick was with this. Let the dislike tell you what to never do again.
I apologize if i'm out of line here, but I watch Tyler's video's on the Food Network. You guys have 700K+ subscribers and basically quit making videos. I bought Joule and love it and I know you're busy growing that side of the business, but you have a fan base here for a reason. It's become a Joule commercial channel basically...
Where has the centrifugal machine been?!
I really liked your cool intricate completely not-doable-for-the-typical-home-chef kind of videos. I feel like I can sous-vide with my eyes closed.
(Meat and seasoning in bag, under water at X temp for Y hours, followed by a sear on a hot cast iron pan)
Is the Joule still castrated by requiring a smart phone to even function? Don't get me wrong, the app seems great, but you can't have a kitchen utensil that will may just stop working a few years down the line when technology changes. There is simply no excuse for this when manual controls to set a temperature are so trivial to implement.
For longer cooks:
-Use a small cooler for better insulation
-Cover the pot/cooler with plastic wrap to keep the water from evaporating
-Place a towel over the plastic wrap for better insulation
-Double bag it to prevent leaks