or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › What did you eat last night for dinner?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

What did you eat last night for dinner? - Page 1469

post #22021 of 25259
She explained it to me over the phone, but I can't remember every detail. She was actually quite zealous about the whole thng. I believe it has something to do with the removal of the ovaries, so the birds don't reach sexual maturity, which has some effect on the flesh of the meat. They also add milk-powder in their feed which does something to the flesh as well. I am getting some of their pigeons too, which I've had before (to eat, not to cook). They are small-ish, usually dressed out under a pound, as opposed to what you'd usually get from D'Artagnan in the 16-18oz range. Unfortunately, the slaughterhouse that processes them does away with their innards.
post #22022 of 25259
With these chicken people it always has to be the reproductive organs.
post #22023 of 25259
Sounds unethical. I hope California bans poulardes ASAP.

(4)
post #22024 of 25259
Quote:
Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

With these chicken people it always has to be the reproductive organs.

IMO, they're actually quite zealous about the whole thing
post #22025 of 25259
Quote:
Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

With these chicken people it always has to be the reproductive organs.

She also does rabbit, "jumbo" quail, veal and lamb, but I am not sure to what degree of redness. I will let you know how the poularde is.
post #22026 of 25259
I had a meal so luxe, so gourmet, so haute, so hi-fallutin that mgm and iammatt can only look on with the greatest amount of envy.



It was fantastic and, best of all, it is what I will be eating for dinner tonight as well (there are leftovers).
post #22027 of 25259
Those are nice plastic plates. I think Texas Jack likes those.
post #22028 of 25259
^Just setup dinner w/ gf after work - will be eating ribs now, it has been too long. thx.
post #22029 of 25259
That looks awesome. Especially the collards smile.gif
post #22030 of 25259
Quote:
Originally Posted by itsstillmatt View Post

Those are nice plastic plates. I think Texas Jack likes those.

Its paper. Thanks.
Quote:
Originally Posted by suited View Post

^Just setup dinner w/ gf after work - will be eating ribs now, it has been too long. thx.

Thought the same thing and I had had BBQ last week shog[1].gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

That looks awesome. Especially the collards smile.gif

Best pot likker in town.
post #22031 of 25259
I ate something like that before a flight out of Dallas a year or so ago. Bad idea before getting on a plane.
post #22032 of 25259
ed, I think you needed more sauce, you only have it slathered all over the meat and some more in a cup.
post #22033 of 25259
C'mon, edmorel. Is that the best you can do with those raw ingredients? Sauce? Meaty bones? I'm disappointed.
post #22034 of 25259
Quote:
Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

C'mon, edmorel. Is that the best you can do with those raw ingredients? Sauce? Meaty bones? I'm disappointed.

I'm no longer working blue.
post #22035 of 25259
Goddammit, no sauce with ribs.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Styleforum › Forums › Culture › Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel › What did you eat last night for dinner?