Backlog Bisque

On Episode 1 of The Backlog Odyssey, thanks to a question submitted by Trash Turkey, an amazing recipe was born.

Upon hearing it, after the laughter dried up, I had to send a message and ask to steal the recipe for you all to enjoy.

So, here you go -

Backlog Bisque

Start off by boiling 10 to 15 Sega Genesis, SNES and NES cartridges in 8 cups of water for 2 to 3 hours. This is to create a rich and delectable broth.

Once your broth is finished removed the now tender and delicious cartridges and rough chop them into bite sized pieces. Also, set aside a 2 cups of your broth

In a soup pot, saute a mirepoix of GBA, 3DS and Switch carts in 3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Once cooked through and translucent, deglaze the pan with 2 cups of heavy cream and bring to a simmer on medium-low heat for 15 minutes.

Finally, add your chopped cartridges and the 2 cups of broth and cook for another 30 minutes.

Serve in a soup bowl of decomishend PS1 shells and enjoy! For an added twist, shatter 2 or 3 Wii U, Xbox One or PS4 discs and sprinkle on top. The crunchy texture mixed with this full bodied soup will delight the pickiest of gamer!

A perfect addition to a thanksgiving feast!

If anyone else out there has a Backlog Bisque recipe that they would like to share with us please leave it in the comments section below.


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