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Ate that goose

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got a goose from a friend a few weeks ago. my wife cooked it tonight. fantastic eating. now i know why guys hunt them. better than duck

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Yes it is good eating, I like to cook it in varies of ways...I like duck the way I cook them with italian dressing and some other stuff but Goose is just better!

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Here is a great way to prepare geese. Taste just like roast beef!

2 tablespoons butter

1 clove garlic, minced

1 small yellow onion, sliced

2 goose breasts

1 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

2 cups chicken broth

DIRECTIONS

Melt butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add garlic and onion and saute for 5 minutes. Add goose breast and brown on both sides for about 5 minutes, or until browned.

Place goose breast in slow cooker and add Worcestershire sauce. Add chicken broth to cover (approximately 2 cups) and cook on High setting for 6 to 8 hours, or until meat breaks apart easily. Shred with a fork and mix with your favorite barbecue sauce.

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Why on earth would you want to make a goose taste like a beef roast? Would be a heck of a lot cheaper to just buy a beef roast.

IMHO Duck is thee finest meal that a person can sit down to. Goose second and venison a very close third. I do not do anything to the meat to take away from the rich gamey taste. If I did not want the gamey taste I would eat cornish game hens with the rest of the family when I make duck. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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brown goose for 5 minutes on each side? wouldnt it be about where you want it to be already? medium rare! there. i just saved you six hours of waiting!

fajitas or kabobs or bacon wrapped or stuffed breasts or the occasional bbq or chilli in the crockpot for this guy.

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I couldn't agree more, I love duck breast cut into medallions and then seared over the grill med. rare.

even the kids like it. once in a while we dress it up with garlic salt or lawrys.

the key is med rare.

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I couldn't agree more, I love duck breast cut into medallions and then seared over the grill med. rare.

even the kids like it. once in a while we dress it up with garlic salt or lawrys.

the key is med rare

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yesterday I made a goose and three ducks with the drippings from a beef roast left over from Sunday and what I did was add a can of cream of mushroom soup to it and some spices, water and in the crock pot for the day and my two boys and I gobbled it up. nothing left they said it was better than the beef on sunday. I also took the drippings and added some corn strach and it made the most awsome gravy for the spuds.

just typing this is making me hungry for more.

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wow! Dan Z and fishgutz77 have minds that think alike! smile

Whats up with that? I've seen a few other posts of Dan's lately that are copy & paste from the previous post as well. One in the snowmobile forum comes to mind.

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Originally Posted By: Quackaddict9
wow! Dan Z and fishgutz77 have minds that think alike! smile

Whats up with that? I've seen a few other posts of Dan's lately that are copy & paste from the previous post as well. One in the snowmobile forum comes to mind.

its my brother doing that I dont think he knows how to qoute the last post, sometimes I wish he would start his own but I just figure why when he can just say this is dan'z bro before he writes ne thing

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I think that might be hint for your brother to get his own account. Its not like its that hard. wow

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