Post your dinner thread.
Today I made roast goose, roast potatoes and parsnips and braised red cabbage.
The meat has a smokey, rich flavour. You can save the grease, thus saving you a trip to the store for a cna of expensive goose grease
Id say it was very similar to duck, but slightly meatier.
This was my first time cooking goose. I only cooked the crown which meant I could keep it pink, since normally its the legs that take a long time when roasting.
It was about 1kg, coloured the skin in a pan and then roasted for around 50 minutes, left to rest for 20 minutes.
Westernized pseudo-Jap curry.
Shit is tasty yo.
looks pretty decent, I treat japanese or british style curry as more of a spicy stew, you appreciate it more that way, it's a comfort food, not something more exciting like indian curry
some stuff from the break room at work
Wish I'd taken pictures of it, but deep-fried corn tortillas (still floppy) with with cheddar cheese, liquid smoke, and sriracha sandwiched between them. Kind of a quesadilla. I cut it into dorito-sized triangles and ate it with some chunky salsa I made a week or so ago. Not a bad poverty meal.
>you know it's done when it sticks to the wall
Nice goose is awesome
I made for dinner/special at work
Sous vide muscovy duck breast
Roasted sun chokesets and broccolini
Red wine pickled grape tomatoes
Made a curry/stew with a bunch of ingredients both planned and leftovers.
Seared some beef and slow cooked it for about 10 hours with a can of coconut milk, some chicken broth, potato, sweet potato, carrot, corn, lentils, couscous, curry powder, Thai chilis and some lime. Came out great imo
I didn't make dinner, we went out.
>half a dozen oysters (it was 2 different varieties, that we selected out of 5 choices, but now I can't remember what they were. Nice and meaty and briny and super fresh, though).
>steamed clams in a lemon herb butter wine broth (these were fantastic)
>cup of clam chowder (delicious)
>Lightly seared raw ahi tuna, asian slaw, seaweed salad and Nishiki rice with wasabi vinaigrette
The clams, oysters, and tuna were awesome. The wasabi vinaigrette tasted too bland, and the rice, while having a good flavor, didn't really make the dish any better. The tuna was really tasty, though, so meaty it was like eating steak.
Overall it was a good meal, but the atmosphere was atrocious. They do that long table seating, and the people we were sat next to were so fucking loud and obnoxious, it ruined the ambiance.