Last Thanksgiving, we were invited to a special Thanksgiving dinner at my sister’s place in Indianapolis. Chef Connie currently watches over our family’s sushi restaurant called Mikado in Indianapolis. She decided this year to order some super high quality ingredients and cook he family and closest friends in Indy a fantastic meal.
Foie gras cooked in butter with caramelized onions.
Here’s what most foie looks like before you cook it. It’s basically a duck or goose liver over-saturated with butter. It’s really disturbing how it’s made, but incredibly delicious at the same time. A lot of producers of foie gras have gone away from force feeding recently.
Oh, I forgot to mention it’s incredibly expensive also.
I think my cousin Chi made some of the veges.
This had the honor of the first dish to be completely eaten.
Our friend Joey made this.
This was one of my favorite dishes of the night and vanished pretty quickly also.
Joey’s Parents brought this.
Really delicious lemony tart things that Joey’s mom made.
There was such a large amount of fewd that we had leftovers going into the next few days. I got a fewd coma pretty quick, which I countered by drinking Coke Zero and playing Rock Band.
This trip reminded me of how lucky I am to be able to enjoy a fantastic meal with my family and friends.
Post was just to show everyone what an awesome cook my sister, family and friends are. Hope you liked it!