Hey, learning is good, no?
I bought some butifarra at the corner store, and the lovely lady there, who cooks like a DREAM told me how to cook it, and now I am going to tell you, cause then, should you ever get some true Catalan butifarra, you'll know what to do.
First get a frying pan and put a little water in the bottom, let's say, a quarter of an inch. Put in your butifarra and, on low heat, let it cook until the water has all boiled away. I turned the sausages once during this process.
Now, you have to be watching closely, cause as soon as the water all boils away, you have to drizzle in a stream of olive oil, and then fry the sausages until you get a beautiful colour, you must turn them constantly, and hold down some of the edges so that they get a lovely brown all over.
And that my friends, is how to cook a butifarra.
I also learned how to grind sumi-e ink in the sumi-e ink stone that arrived today! The wonders of You-tube, that's fun and the smell of the paint is fascinating. Much more fun to work with than gouche....we'll have to keep playing.
Learning is good, no?