Fine dining is all in the details.
From steaks cooked medium rare to al dente textured pasta.
However, both of those you can do at home with minimal tools.
One of the techniques that fine dining chefs use that require more than just a sharp knife is the puree.
Now there is nothing truly fancy about a puree. Truthfully, it is more like over glamorized baby food.
The key to a good puree is cream, salt, cayenne and lemon juice. A good balance of these ingredients create an addictive but balanced concoction.
There is one more missing ingredient. More like piece of equipment.
It is the vita-mix. You might have seen it at Costco with some annoying salesmen trying to sell you on all its awesome features.
I actually don’t know all the features. I just know it can make smoothest smoked carrot puree.
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