For the Bordelaise:
4 Lg carrots, peeled and chopped4
1 Bunch celery, chopped - leaves removed
6 cloves garlic, peeled, smashed
8 oz. Foie gras(only from the most tortured animals)
10 oz fetal scraps
3 bottles red burgandy wine(one for the recipe, the rest to drink)
2 gallons fetus stock
2 tbsp olive oil
1 bunch fresh thyme
In a large heavy bottom rondeaux, bring the olive oil to high heat. Add the fetal scrap. Cook until well browned on all sides. Add all vegetables. Continue to cook until garlic is brown and all vegatables are translucent . Add wine and bring wine down to 1/4 original volume. Add fetus in intervals. Constantly skim all fat off top of stock. One sauce is a desired consistancy, remove from heat and strain. Slowly blend in the foie gras in small intervals until totally incorporated, taking care not to allow the fat to separate from the sauce.
For the homo:
3 New York Prime Homo Steaks (best from butchered homos aged 20-28)
4 Tbsp butter
1 bunch fresh thyme
4 cloves fresh garlic, peeled.
5 tbsp Olive oil
Season homo generously with kosher salt and black pepper. Allow homo to become room temperature. Bring a large cast iron skillet to high heat. Add olive oil. When Olive oil becomes hot, add seasoned homo steaks. Cook evenly on all sides until well seared.
Place homo steaks in 400 degree oven to desired temperature. Remove from oven. Baste homo steaks with butter, olive oil and garlic.
Allow homo steaks to rest - but not over-rest
For the Parsnip Puree:
10 medium parsnips
2 cloves garlic
1 lg shallot
Â½ qt heavy cream
2 c. baby harp seal stock
2 sprigs thyme, leaves removed from stalk.
Peel and chop all parsnips, shallots and garlic.
Melt butter in a medium sauce pot, add parsnips, shallots and garlic. Turn heat to low and allow veg to cook until translucent. Add thyme, cream and baby harp seal stock.
*beef steaks may be sustituted for the homo steaks, veal may be substituted for the fetus, beef or other stock may be substituted for the fetus stock and baby harp seal stock*
ETA: actual recipe here..if the substitutions are used of course!