Time to cook: 240 minutes
Total Servings: 6
"Punks not dead". Punk rock.. .. What's the first image that emerges?? Dirty, unwashed, unshaven guys with Mohawks on their heads, in chains and tattered clothes, spitting on everything and screaming with their behavior: "We're against!" Against all the red tape of life. Punk is shunned like a seriously sick and infectious animal, you get glances and whispers behind your back.. But being a punk doesn't have to be a filthy beast with unbrushed teeth. Allow me to paraphrase a line from a song by a Russian punk, who is actually a punk at heart, but does not shout his intentions to the entire Ivanovskaya Street.
"That's not true and I'll give you a little education -
I have a short haircut, I'm not snotty, I pass all the SES standards,
I'm as different from you as an A flat G-sharp -
♪ I'm just as dumb as you, only with a guitar at my fingertips ♪.. "
What connects me to punk rock? It's just life.. And my musical hobbies. Taking drums, and want to hit harder, louder and only in this style.
And what is characteristic of punk food?? The menu is simple and unpretentious but today we have a surprise on the table. We have got the most real roe deer, while hunting on the Don. "The culinary range of flavors" Roe deer leg dishes are very rich - in general, roe deer is most similar to sheep, but I have never baked a leg of lamb yet. And a roe deer leg is the second and, let me tell you, incredibly tasty! Help yourself!
Ingredients and taste: Leeks, Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Spicy, Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Walnuts, Tasty, Flavorful, Olive Oil, Rosemary, Meat Dish, Nutmeg, Beans, Cayenne pepper, Radish, Sweet Red Pepper, Hot Dish, Hot Dish with Game Meat
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