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Goose recipies? (sp)

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Blasko, Nov 8, 2002.

  1. Blasko

    Blasko Knob Creek MX-5

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    Anyone have a favorite for goose. I have two in the freezer and gonna get more tomorrow. (or maybe not...I'll be calling;f )
     
  2. mpol777

    mpol777 Feral Member

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    we've always roasted them, traditional like, but you should try deep frying one.

    we tried it first on a turkey last thanksgiving and that was great. the goose was even better. the friers are pretty cheap and it cooks fast. make up a good rub of your favorite seasonings then just dunk and watch the temp and time. easy as pie. the skin seals in all the goodness. this was a farm fed canada goose, but it works all the same for any bird i would imagine.
     

  3. pesticidal

    pesticidal Eh? CLM

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    I like waitng until my wife bends over, then I take my index finger and..

    Oh. never mind.


    ;e
     
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    noway

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    That's interesting. My local grocery store has frozen goose. Maybe I might buy one just to try.

    Is the breat meat like turkey or chicken?
     
  5. Blasko

    Blasko Knob Creek MX-5

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    neither...closer to duck....just different. Got back from this morning's outing....nojoy :(
     
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    I always soak mine in a little milk to soften the gamey taste then I roast them, that goes for ducks too