the bastard has some generous friends at the office.
and once in a great while some wild game falls into his lap.
sometimes it's just being in the right time and place for it too.
this time around, I had some pheasant I needed to get out of the freezer before it became a thing. which would then become a thing wasted.
and the bastard hates wasting things.
so when I found a recipe for pheasant banh mi in the "other" magazine's February issue I decide this was how the pheasant going to get done.
truth to tell it was more prep than cooking.
took some meats. don't get squeamish on me jerks. meaT isn't something that comes in a styrofoam container all the time.
added a jalapeño but I would have preferred a scotch bonnet.
zip zip zip. scare the crap out of the baby with the sheer screaming power of the food processor
30 minutes at 300° and it's all good in the hood.
I also hooked up a sriacha mayonnaise to go with. 3-5 tablespoons to a half cuppa mayo.
and boom goes the dynamite. turns out that this bird while short on meat was the gift that kept on giving in the portion department.
on a side note, i've been keeping up with Sherman since the korilla truck day and I think I'm going to be picking his brain about food things asian with game. might be an inneretsing endeavor
the bastard is thinking about venison bulgoggi now. tah