I, like so many others, had lots of good food to enjoy during the holidays. This is probably why my jeans were a little difficult to zip this morning. I pride myself on being a pretty good cook and taught my daughter, Joy, some things about cooking such as how to make biscuits etc, but Joy has gone way beyond what I taught her and thus the word exceptional. She not only looks at recipes but she also is studying the chemistry of how salt, fat and different ingredients work in cooking. She fixed a delicious beef tenderloin with a device called Sous Vide. She seasoned the tenderloin and put it into a zip lock bag and submerged it in a pot of water. The sous vide is attached to the pot and it cooks the beef inside the bag. The beauty of this, according to Joy, is that it never overcooks the meat, even if it is left for longer than recommended, it will not overcook the meat. The results were outstanding. I had some left over tenderloin on a sandwich for lunch today, and it was perfect. I am going to check out getting sous a vide, the brand name of her sous vide is Joule. I can learn a lot from my daughter.
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I am President/Owner of Burns Mailing & Printing, Inc. My late husband, Ken Burns founded our business in 1981. I joined him in 1990. We started out as a printing only company and added mailing and graphic design in 1991. It enabled us to offer graphic design, printing and mailing at one location. We are pleased to announce that in 2019 we have added promotional products as well. We are now truly a one stop convenience for all of these services. We are 100% women owned and are certified by the State of TN as a Women Business Enterprise (WBE). My business is my passion and I love to travel and spend time with my family. View all posts by burnsmp