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The countdown to next year’s Taste of Cayman continues here on The Deep Dish.  We’re now just 29 days away from the premiere culinary event, set to draw thousands of foodies to Camana Bay as restaurants across Grand Cayman bring out their ‘A’ game with samples and demonstrations. Chef Wonhee Park at this week’s featured restaurant, Bamboo, says they’re planning to make 2,500 dorayaki for the show!

Sweet and delicious.  And a great taste of what Bamboo has to offer.  Much like today’s recipe which Chef has generously shared!
Roasted Duck Breast with Eggplant
You will need:
Duck Breast
Eggplant, peeled and steamed
Pickled Bell Pepper with home made Ponzu and Amas Sauce
  • Sear duck breast
  • Cook the breast with duck sauce sous vide (vacuum packed and slow cooked in water at 65 C) for 2 hours
  • Serve with steamed eggplant and pickled bell pepper
Thanks so much to Chef Wonhee!
Chef also gave me a super quick (and yummy) sushi demonstration 🙂 Check it out!
He makes it look so easy
Oh, and don’t forget about this week’s Taste of Cayman giveaway, with a chance to pick up Michael’s Genuine Food cookbook.
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35 Comments

  1. I have got to get a vacuum sealer darnit. I keep on seeing all of these fantastic recipes cooked sous vide style and I'm desperate to give it a shot.

  2. Love the sushi demonstration. Happy New Year! 🙂

  3. Beautiful dish and I can only imagine the fun you're going to have when the festivities begin.

  4. Yummylicious food!
    Wish you and all your loved ones A very happy new year 2012!:)

  5. just wanted to wish you a happy new year! to good food, and even better company! 😉

  6. The food looks really good…and there is dorayaki!

    Happy New Year!

  7. I don't eat duck anymore but i have eaten years back and now I can only imagine how good this must taste!
    happy new year!

  8. Duck meat is a favourite in my house, we usually have them roasted. Would love to have a taste of this, looks so delicious!
    Happy New Year and wish you a wonderful 2012!

  9. Ohhhh duck breast – what a great idea – lovely post – all the very best to you and Clark Kent for 2012!
    Mary xox

  10. Happy New Year! The duck looks amazing and congrats on your top 9 with that! I've always enjoyed the joy and fun you've brought to your posts over the past year. And I want to wish you and your family a very happy, healthy new year. And I'm looking forward to what you will be 'dishing' out in the months to come! : )

  11. Duck is high on my to-make list but for some reason, I just don't do it! Now I really want to! Great tutorial to…lucky you!
    Happy New Year!!!

  12. Love the sushi tutorial – and you're right, he DOES make it look easier than it really is =)

  13. Looks like such a great, delicious dish — nothing like roast duck!
    Happy New Year!

  14. Delicious dish!! Happy New Year!!

  15. Congratulations!
    Love this way you get in the kithen with the chef to post these recipes; you are so creative and it always looks so GOOD.
    Wishing you all the best for 2012.
    Rita

  16. Mmmm … duck. Mmmm … sushi. Gosh, what a hungry start to my year. Congrats on getting Top 9! Great start for you too! 😀

  17. It looks amazing. I love the presentationd, and I wish I could taste it. I have never prepared duck breast myself!

    Happy New Year!

  18. Duck breast looks delish. I love those pancakes/dorayaki too.
    Happy New Year!

  19. Roasted duck is my fav and I can like eat half a duck by myself. The crispy layer of skin is all the more delicious though it can be sinful with the fat content. Its rolled in some salad leaves before eaten with some black bean dipping sauce over here.

  20. I can make eating all these look easy….very, very easy! LOL. You've managed to get me all excited about the Taste of Cayman, and I don't even live anywhere close. Darn it, woman!

    PS. I need to get myself a new frying pan for the new year :)).

  21. Two of my favorite things…duck breast and eggplant! Delicious!

  22. I first tried duck this year, and it wasn't bad. This duck looks fantastic!

  23. What a gorgeous duck dish!! And the photos of the sushi demo have given me a craving 🙂 Happy, happy new year!

  24. While I have always feared duck because of the fat, this dish does have very lean looking meat. I guess it all goes back to preparation and I am sure Chef Wonhee knows a thing or two about cooking duck. I am sure that dish was quite a treat-yum! Thanks for sharing this dining adventure!

  25. What a stunning dish (as always!). A gorgeous collection of colour and ingredients… and, although I can't bring myself to eat duck, I'm quite sure it's delicious.

  26. STUNNING! 😀 Man, I wish I could go to that event!

  27. Duck Duck Goose! Love it! Thanks for sharing! Mrs. Herb Garden

  28. What a great post. Those dorayaki look sooo fluffy. We're having duck for New Years so must try this recipe for the following day. Have a great New Year!

  29. It all looks fantastic! Lucky you getting a sushi demonstration! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas & have a great weekend! Happy New Year!!

  30. That duck looks just amazing–perfectly rosy and beautifully presented. My duck never looks that good!

  31. It ALL looks fabulous! Sounds like a really fun event coming up soon!

  32. That dorayaki thing looks mighty intriguing. Everything looks great!

  33. Wow, that looks gorgeous! I'd really love to go to all the events and places you post about 🙂

  34. That is a gorgeous dish! I wish I could go to the Taste of Cayman. Maybe next year!

  35. This looks wonderful. Love the sushi demonstration too!

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