Hello! And welcome to "The Riddling Chef," the show where the recipe is deliberately obscure! I'm Travis.
Today, we're going to be making a dish fit for the king! The recipe was sent in by Edward and Caroline Lancaster; thank you both for being such loyal viewers. For the first course, some plucked pheasant shish kabobs. Maybe some small steaks a few inches in diameter each. After that, a traditional mud pie with a secret ingredient added. (It's not horse meat) Okay, you got me. It's horse meat. We'll add it in last to keep the flavor fresh. To finish it off, a french red sauce on a good old slice of victory pie.
This is the kind of recipe that really sets chefs apart. If you have any old-fashioned notions about cooking with honor, they end here. You cook this dish-- and cook it right, or you die. Your choice. You're going to see a lot fewer amateurs and a lot more professionals after this. Prep time is about a hundred years, maybe less and maybe more depending on your interpretation. Cook time is 14-15. Finish it up and it's going to smell like roses. Okay, let's get started, but first... a word from our sponsors.
Don't go away! We'll be right back! Before we do, have you uncovered the secret recipe? What dish is Chef Travis working on today?