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Throw it in the oven with some apples, onion, taters, carrots, bacon, seasonings and some water at 325 for a few hours until the meat breaks apart, very good.

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Give grilling a chance. soak duck breasts in western dressing overnight with apple smoked bacon around each breast. The next day microwave duck breast for 5 minutes then grill to your satisfaction.

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It's not baking, but if you have a lot of it, you could always get it processed into Thuringer(summer sausage). My neighbor pooled his and a bunch of buddies together to do this, along with goose, and it is downright good!

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Breast down in roaster , then pour in orange juice till the bird is 3/4 covered then add one can 7 up and bake at 325 for about 2 1/2 to 3 hrs . This was from an old timer , now deceased friend of mine . YUM YUM

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Hey budman is there a good number of ducks/geese nesting on swan? and how are the water levels so far?

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The roaster is the old dark blue with white specks on it . Also , use the roaster lid .

As far as ducks on Swan , Ive seen more nesting this year than past years . I'm not sure why ?

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Water levels on Swan are up from the levels of late fall , If we keep getting rains , we will be in great shape .

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next year i will be going to msu and we have a duck shack on swan so hopefully will be able to get around a little more than the recent years. I also was just wondering how the waterfowl population is doing down there. Thanks for the info and ill give your recipe a shot.

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