Short version: what Boston caterers are sous vide equipped?
Seems to me that sous vide tech - food cooked in immersion circulators - is perfect for large-scale catered events such as weddings. I can't think of a more foolproof way to cook, say, forty filet mignon and guarantee med-rare. And I can't think of an easier way to braise thirty pounds of meat. (full disclosure: I have an immersion circulator and am an obvious partisan for the technique.) Were I a caterer, I'd be all over this so fast my socks would roll up and down by themselves.
As it happens, I'm involved in finding a caterer for a large, high-quality event (a wedding) next year. Nobody I've called so far has tried SV, let alone discovered the power of the Ultra Water Bath.
I'm sure 9@Home, the catering arm of No. 9 Park, has at least heard of it, but I haven't yet called them. Season To Taste says no. Any suggestions?
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