What did you eat last night for dinner? - Page 1804
lol… idk if it's pho or udon … thus the Franken prefix. Whatever it was lobster broth noodle soup, tasted great.
I took a friend somewhere earlier this week and we had bone marrow and it was also his first time having it… he loved it, I always love it. We almost ordered another serving until the guy at the bar (who happened to also be the owner) insisted we partake of their special whiskey luge … Jameson and something else slightly chilled and mixed then poured down the marrow bone. That was a little weird.
Winter + lazy = lots of stews.
Blanquette de veau a l'ancienne - recipe from Paul Bocuse via academiedugout
My first time eating (and cooking) blanquette de veau. I think I should have simmered the veal longer at the start, as some of the meat is still a little chewy/sinewy. The butcher also cut the meat into chunks on the small side.
The meat seemed to have gotten a little more tender after a long low temp reheat, so hopefully it gets better as the week progresses.