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It doesn't look like European woodcock.

Matt is an expert on woodcock, don't you know.
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for tomorrow:

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Please take them out of the plastic bags!

Will you cook with Manton? What's planned?
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Yes, with Manton. Turkey, turkey consommé, corn bread, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, green beans, dressing, pumpkin soufflé. And lots of wine.
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Sounds great! Have a good time. Report back with pictures!

Did you get the mushrooms from eataly?
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Yes Eataly. In general, they have the widest variety of mushrooms at any given time. And I had to go to NJ to pick up the dog, and Eataly is close to a station ...
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Yes Eataly. In general, they have the widest variety of mushrooms at any given time. And I had to go to NJ to pick up the dog, and Eataly is close to a station ...

I was so very confused for a split second.
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Someone gotta tell Eataly to replace those plastic bags with paper bags though. I've seen you or Manton post mushrooms in those bags some time ago.
Generally, mushrooms hate plastic bags. They can't breath. Water condenses inside the plastic bags, the mushrooms begin to rot (quickly -- quicker for non-cultured mushrooms -- and results in food poisoning).
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I know. They have been in mesh vegetable bags for the past few hours.
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Terrific. The whole experience. The toasts are incredible, the brains I find to be delicious. Without a doubt my favorite game bird.

Recipe details?

Am looking to prepare some in the run up to Xmas and any tips would be very much appreciated!

T.
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Recipe details?
Am looking to prepare some in the run up to Xmas and any tips would be very much appreciated!
T.

http://forums.egullet.org/topic/143493-dinner-2012/page__st__2430__p__1897125#entry1897125

More specifically, roast in a 300F with a good amount of butter, olive oil and 2 crushed cloves of garlic, basting continuously. Let rest, then carve. Keep the breasts and legs warm on a hot plate. Chop up the innards and add them to some finely chopped foie gras, ~50g for two birds, season with cognac, salt and pepper. Cut the the bones into small pieces and brown them in the roasting pan. Deglaze with chicken stock, strain, infuse with a bit of the innard/foie gras mixture, strain again, reduce, then season with cognac. Fry a piece of bread in the cooking fat, cut it in half, then spread on the innards and cook under the broiler for 2 or 3 minutes, until nicely browned. Split the heads, season with fleur de sel and pepper. Wrap the breasts and legs in the cabbage, but you could skip that step if you don't have a circulator and it would still taste delicious.
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http://forums.egullet.org/topic/143493-dinner-2012/page__st__2430__p__1897125#entry1897125 (warning: do not scroll up)
More specifically, roast in a 300F with a good amount of butter, olive oil and 2 crushed cloves of garlic, basting continuously. Let rest, then carve. Keep the breasts and legs warm on a hot plate. Chop up the innards and add them to some finely chopped foie gras, ~50g for two birds, season with cognac, salt and pepper. Cut the the bones into small pieces and brown them in the roasting pan. Deglaze with chicken stock, strain, infuse with a bit of the innard/foie gras mixture, strain again, reduce, then season with cognac. Fry a piece of bread in the cooking fat, cut it in half, then spread on the innards and cook under the broiler for 2 or 3 minutes, until nicely browned. Split the heads, season with fleur de sel and pepper. Wrap the breasts and legs in the cabbage, but you could skip that step if you don't have a circulator and it would still taste delicious.
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