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post #23866 of 25316
You just need friends.
post #23867 of 25316
Forget that; wife is out of town, I gotta eat as much pork as I can.
post #23868 of 25316
Had ramen with the best pork broth ever. Creamy, rich, porky. Yum.
post #23869 of 25316
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pork festivities
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wife is out of town

Hmmmmmm
post #23870 of 25316
Red legged partridge
AppleMark
AppleMark
post #23871 of 25316

@aravenel This opportunity does not come forever. You are a free man now. Lucky!

post #23872 of 25316
Omg that looks so fucking good right now
post #23873 of 25316
Grouse in whiskey
AppleMark
AppleMark
post #23874 of 25316
That looks a bit like a chocolate desert. Is the sauce chocolate-based? Blood?
post #23875 of 25316
Yes. The carcass of the grouse is marinated in whiskey for 6 hours, then you proceed by making a jus. That is then reduced, thickened with pig's blood and seasoned with a few drops of whiskey. The grouse breasts are soaked in whiskey for 30 minutes, placed in a mold with a layer of the thighs, which are diced, diced porcini, foie gras terrine and lardo, all bound in a chicken mousse, then cooked sous vide, cut into rectangles and napped with the sauce. It is truly awesome. Honestly the best thing I've ever eaten.
post #23876 of 25316
Well, I am hungry now. drool.gif
post #23877 of 25316
Why wait? Grab a snickers.
post #23878 of 25316
wow, you got skills. respect.
post #23879 of 25316
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Well, I am hungry now. drool.gif

If only you lived closer. It is delicious, but quite rich. A rectangle that size is about all you can eat in one sitting, and no one I know other than me eats grouse.
post #23880 of 25316
Rabbit with chorizo
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