I'll get back to curry later today.
For now, try this Halloween quiz: Can you guess what this dish is and what Houston restaurant was fearless enough to serve it last weekend?
When I was in 5th grade, my school had a haunted house. My job was to prepare foods, like cold spaghetti in ketchup, that felt gross. Guests would stick their hands in a hole in a box and feel the foods. Of course, the guests were told that they were feeling something's (or someone's) cold organs.
Is this dish the same sort of imitation? Or is it the real deal?
(Hint: this dish was awfully tasty.)
UPDATE: The dish, served by the folks at Feast, was "cold pigs brains on toast with green sauce."
It had a very mild liver-like flavor. The texture was glorious -- soft, moist, fluffy, almost gelatinous. It reminded me of a delicate, pate mousse.
Of course, it looked exactly like brains -- which may explain why my wife placed a bite in her mouth, but simply could not swallow it.
She missed out.