See this? It’s duck confit and I really, really want some. I can almost taste it. I can almost feel the meat melting in my mouth. I can just about smell it. I can see it falling off the bone. It formed the basis of my favorite meal in France.
Before living in France, I don’t really recall having eaten duck. It’s possible, I suppose, perhaps when I was a kid. But the sense I had of duck was it being a dry, dark meat, nothing like duck confit.
I’ve been looking for it here in the US and found I can order it on Amazon. It’s just ridiculously expensive.
I was told I could special order it at Metropolitan Market. But it’s ridiculously expensive.
See this? It’s duck confit and I really, really want some.
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we suggest to come at home next week-end. We have especially for you a box of duck confit. We know the best adress with the good prices:http://www.leconfitdascain.com/confit/fr/commandes.asp.
But it’s not possible to book from Seattle.
You are having duck this weekend? And you are inviting us? Argh! I’m coming, I’m coming. But not until next summer. Can you keep some warm for me?