I've never wanted to be a test pilot. Nor a daredevil. Or even a tightrope walker. Nope. Not once. I've never been one to really risk my life for 'the thrill'. But, do I live dangerously? Maybe...
You see, I have no problem with eating a little bit of raw meat. Of course, I don't make it a regular event. And while most people don't have a problem with eating sushi, they have a very hard time understanding why anyone would like to eat red meat without any application of heat. Raw meat actually tastes very good and has a very 'clean' quality.
Of course, I cannot say that eating raw meat is for everybody. Pregnant women, for example, should avoid eating any meat that is undercooked. Check out some safety tips before deciding whether or not eating raw meat is for you. Always make sure you are getting your meat as fresh as possible from a respectable source.
3 oz. raw lamb
1 habenaro pepper, finely minced (seeds optional)
1 egg yolk
3 cups of water, plus 1 cup ice cold water
1/2 tsp. salt
Bring 3 cups of water to a boil in a 2 quart saucepan. Seperate the yolk from the egg white and gently drop into the water. Cook for 30 seconds maximum and gently remove from the water. Place the yolk in the remaining cold water to stop the cooking process.
Finely mince lamb, cutting across the grain, into 1/4" cubes. Combine with habanero, salt, and pepper. Place egg yolk on top and serve.