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CVap® and Collectramatic® processes and recipes help explain how to create amazing food in Winston equipment.

confit turkey

Confit Turkey in CVap

In this blog, our CEO, Shaun Tanner, cooks a confit turkey, resulting in the most amazingly moist turkey we have ever had. I’ve been thankful for having a CVap oven available to cook Thanksgiving dinner for over ten years. Throughout that time, my cooking methods continued to evolve. I started with a low-and-slow method, allowing […]

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al pastor

Al Pastor in CVap

Al pastor (from Spanish, “shepherd style“) is a traditional preparation of spit-grilled slices of pork. The dish originates in the Central Mexican region of Puebla and Mexico City. Today it is a common menu item found in taquerías throughout Mexico and the United States. The method of preparing and cooking al pastor is based on

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dulce de leche overnight

Dulce de Leche in CVap®

Dulce de leche, or caramelized milk, is a popular Latin American confection. When prepared old-school, sugar, and milk are slowly heated for several hours. The resulting substance has a spreadable, sauce-like consistency. Dulce de leche derives its rich flavor and color from non-enzymatic browning. It is typically used to top or fill other sweet foods.

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