Based on the dish beloved by a famous Roman Gourmet called Marcus Gavius Apicius, this dish is a duck meat dish caramelized with honey. To highlight its power, Akira pulled out all the stops as he loaded this dish with dozens of different spices that made the judges melt just from aroma alone. A single bite sent a barrage of various flavors that melted even the Alumni judges like an eagle's grip, a true powerful hand of spices from the Spice King!
- Duck Breast (Caramelized)
- Brussel Sprouts
- Mashed Potatoes
- Numerous Spices (Ground)
- Canard is the French word for duck.
- Apicius, meaning "gourmand" in Latin, is a name attributed to three individuals from different time periods of the Roman Empire: the first Apicius who lived in the 90s BC, Marcus Gavius Apicius from the 1st century AD, and the later Apicius who lived during the 2nd century AD.
- It is also the title of a famed cookbook from the Roman Empire. To date, this tome is the oldest collection of Roman cuisine in the world.