Well once again I am on the spot, my employer has requested a dish he had at a restaurant in Connecticut somewhere around Nantucket. He told me briefly it was a whole sous vide orange with a little olive oil. The orange was totally (he said) candied in the center and the peel was sweet and not at all bitter. That is all I have to go on, I am familiar with the sous vide method but this one is elusive as I cannot get the orange cooked and candied in the center correctly or I should I say to fit the description I briefly received. My employer is somewhat eccentric with his requests and he has yet to stump me even after 6 years of employment and believe me I have had some tough ones, real James Bond stuff the last mission was to make Taylor pork roll (try to look that one up). I have every piece of kitchen technology at my disposal you can think of and my employer is a kind and generous man but I cannot figure this one out. He could not recall the name of the restaurant at the time of our conversation. Any help would be much appreciated I would hate to disappoint him. Cheers.
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