How to Crush Lunch while Working From Home

How to Crush Lunch while Working From Home

Working from home has been a considerable adjustment for most of us. No longer, can we leave our work behind for a lunch break and head over to our favorite restaurant.  With all the planning and preparation that comes with it, cooking at home is just not the same. 

Unless you have a Cinder that is... Cinder cooks from frozen, requires zero oversight while cooking to temp, and holds your meal at the perfect temp until you’re ready to sear it. Here’s how a typical workday could go with the Cinder Grill’s help:

9:00AM - After breakfast, set up another pot of coffee (we all need a second pot of coffee!). Don't worry about pulling a piece of protein from the fridge or freezer to thaw it out. Cinder cooks from frozen with no loss of quality...

11:00AM - At midmorning break, set the Cinder to a suitable temperature, either using the app or manually. Place your block of frozen protein inside, pour another cup of coffee, and head back to work. Some Temperatures: 133F for Medium Rare Steak, 140F for Duck Breast, 150F for Chicken...

Perfectly Cooked Medium Rare Steak on Cinder Grill

Perfectly Cooked Chicken Thigh on Cinder

 

12:30PM - By lunchtime you’ll have a succulent piece of meat ready for you with zero work on your part... Just wipe down the plates with a paper towel and turn the Cinder to sear. Use the short time while the Cinder heats to assemble a quick salad and season the food with a little more salt and pepper.

12:35PM - Cinder is at searing temp, put your food back on for a double-sided sear. 45 seconds later, take your protein off, nestle it onto a plate beside the salad and drizzle with a few splashes each of oil and vinegar.

And there you have it, a fresh and delicious lunch that took hardly more effort than walking around the block. Even better, it costs less than a third the price. Save money and time with Cinder!

     

    Never Overcook Again

    Try this on Cinder Grill Today 

     Get Cinder Now

    Related Posts

    A Vegetarian’s Guide to Sous Vide
    A Vegetarian’s Guide to Sous Vide
    It may seem that cooking to temperature is only for meat, but doing so with vegetables, tofu, cheese, and eggs is jus...
    Read More
    Different Ways of Searing on Cinder
    Different Ways of Searing on Cinder
    The Cinder Grill is not only the best and fastest way to sous vide, but also provides a professional-level sear, elim...
    Read More
    Using Ghee on the Cinder Grill
    Using Ghee on the Cinder Grill
    Ghee is a delicious and versatile cooking fat. A variant of clarified butter, it’s been used in India for over five t...
    Read More