Panko Crusted Macaroni
For dessert they enjoyed poached pairs with mascarpone which looked amazing!! Considering only one side of their kitchen sink was operational, my owner's had never boiled a lobster, and the dessert was more elaborate than anything they had created before all was well. The plates were devoured, the steak was especially tender and juicy, and I finally enjoyed some lobster. It was a scene of stuffed bellies and great smiles. This meal definitely will be logged as a SUCCESS! I am certain that not all of their experiments will be so but for now the victory goes to the fighting duo.
The rest of the evening was spent with acquaintances ringing in the new year, a few laughs, and perhaps a little too much brandy was served to the male figure but all in all I have no complaints about the overall conduct. I will not dally much more on this subject but will leave you with a warning, brace yourselves for more postings for there are many more meals and experiences to come in the new year and I have nothing to do but watch them and hope that a morsel or two is tossed my way.
Here are just a few of the possible upcoming dishes:
Roasted Deer Leg with Wild Rice
Chicken Liver Pate
Brisket (The man figure thinks because he lives in the South he must know how to cook this meat)
Squash Ravioli with Brown Butter Sauce
Keep coming, keep cooking, and your friend Watson will grant you best wishes wherever your chafing dish stands.