The Caso Sous Vide Center offers an all-in-one solution for those wanting to dive into a new method of cooking.
For its price, this dependable sous vide cooker is a perfectly reasonable kitchen upgrade, but consider waiting for the feature-rich next generation, with options that'll cost a little less.
The Nomiku is a great kitchen gadget, but it's the wrong time to buy one. Shop around for a cheaper competitor -- or hold out for Nomiku 2.0.
Ugly looks aside, at just $100, the Dorkfood DSV is an attractive and legitimate sous vide entry point.
Nomiku's new Wi-Fi-enabled device brings connectivity and accessibility to sous vide cooking.
The AquaChef Clarity is a revised Kickstarter project that adds slow-cooking capabilities. The combination sous vide machine and slow cooker offers year-round possibilities.
Three sous vide immersion circulators give you precise temperature control using existing kitchenware.
This classy gadget wants to bring the secret weapon of high end restaurants straight to your countertop.
This $200 device wants to help you cook like a top chef.
With cheaper competition and a compelling, less expensive next gen cooker coming soon, think twice before buying this culinary contraption.