Untitled LXXIII

Untitled LXXIII (2015) Ashley Lily Scarlett

Untitled LXXIII (2015)
Ashley Lily Scarlett

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          • elmediat

            Pheasant under glass – served under a glass dome to help keep it moist and warm between the kitchen and the table. It was traditionally a roast pheasant stuffed with wild rice and mushrooms. A recipe online, supposedly from the Greenbriar Resort, stated that the pheasant breasts are served under glass to “hold in the cognac flavor that makes this dish so unique.” Some believe it also referenced to be glace, and that it was a pheasant breast en gelée, or covered with a savory gelatin that looked glassy.

            When I was much younger I thought you pressed a pheasant under a plate of glass, which I thought was very strange. Stranger still would be peasant under glass. 😀

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