444Re: [ByzantiumNovumCulture] A Cooking Question
- Jul 18, 2013Actually, you can use them for lots of things, but I'm wanting to try and use it to cook a hen. You season the hen, stuff it if wanted, then put it in the bladder, which has to be soaked to soften it. It becomes like a sack for the hen. Then you drop it in boiling water for a couple of hours. It produces a very moist and tender hen with lots of flavor because it really locks in the flavors. The recipe most popular for this is poulet de bresse en vessie. It's a hen with lots of truffles, which I can't afford, but I would like to do one with fresh herbs.AmmaOn Thu, 18 Jul 2013 21:49:11 -0400, christopher england <cjinglaterra@...> wrote:I'm afraid I don't know of any sources, but just out of curiosity, what is it for?
From: Amma Doukaina <ammadoukaina@...>
To: "ByzantiumNovumCulture@yahoogroups.com" <ByzantiumNovumCulture@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2013 3:06 PM
Subject: [ByzantiumNovumCulture] A Cooking Question
Does anyone happen to know a source for dried pig's bladder? I've looked
online and cannot find one.
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