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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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Stage and Fry Chicken

CVap® ovens are well known for their ability to stage. In case you’re not familiar, staging involves cooking foods to a temperature that’s at (or just below) their ideal doneness temperature. Winston CVap ovens excel at staging. CVap technology allows the user to precisely control food temperature, so food doesn’t continue to cook (or overcook)

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new cafeteria equipment

10 Factors to Consider Before Buying New Cafeteria Equipment

When considering buying new cafeteria equipment for your school kitchen, there are several factors you should consider to ensure you make an informed decision. Here are the top ten factors. Ease of Use Budget Space Availability Capacity and Volume Menu Requirements Maintenance and Cleaning Durability and Quality Compatibility with Existing Equipment Regulatory Compliance Manufacturer Support

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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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