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jmarvell 17-10-2003 11:59 PM

Pheasant under glass?
 
Can anyone tell me about this dish?

Thanks

J


Robert Klute 18-10-2003 07:22 AM

Pheasant under glass?
 
On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 22:59:00 GMT, jmarvell
wrote:

Can anyone tell me about this dish?


It is a presentation method, where the dish is kept under a glass bell
or dome. It helps keep the dish hot. Although most think of an entire
pheasant served whole under a large dome, most recipes I have seen have
been for the breast. Vincent Price's "A Treasury of Great Recipes" has
a recipe for Breast of Pheasant sous Clouche from Antoine's in New
Orleans where the dish is served under a glass bell.

Pheasant is another one of those game animals that require aging.
Brillat-Savarin (of Iron Chef fame) thought that a good chicken was
better than fresh pheasant. He recommended at least 8 days of aging.

jmarvell 19-10-2003 10:25 PM

Pheasant under glass?
 
in article , Robert Klute at
wrote on 18/10/03 3:52 PM:

On Fri, 17 Oct 2003 22:59:00 GMT, jmarvell
wrote:

Can anyone tell me about this dish?


It is a presentation method, where the dish is kept under a glass bell
or dome. It helps keep the dish hot. Although most think of an entire
pheasant served whole under a large dome, most recipes I have seen have
been for the breast. Vincent Price's "A Treasury of Great Recipes" has
a recipe for Breast of Pheasant sous Clouche from Antoine's in New
Orleans where the dish is served under a glass bell.

Pheasant is another one of those game animals that require aging.
Brillat-Savarin (of Iron Chef fame) thought that a good chicken was
better than fresh pheasant. He recommended at least 8 days of aging.


Thanks, Much appreciated.

J


Lazarus Cooke 23-10-2003 09:05 PM

Pheasant under glass?
 
In article , Robert Klute
wrote:

Pheasant is another one of those game animals that require aging.
Brillat-Savarin (of Iron Chef fame) thought that a good chicken was
better than fresh pheasant. He recommended at least 8 days of aging.


But let's remember that beef, too, needs ageing - quite a lot of
ageing, if it's going to taste good

L

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