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Old August 24th, 2015, 05:25 AM   #1
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Default How do you cook your goose?

Since goose season is almost here again, I figured I would cook last year's geese. I only have the breast meat. I decided to brine them over night and smoke them. It turned out to be pretty good. After it cooled I sliced some of it very thin and threw it in a frying pan with some butter and it was amazing. This is only the second time I have made anything with goose, the first time was not so good.
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I turn most of it into jerky. Some of the best jerky you'll ever eat.

I have marinated them in red wine and cooked them on the grille. Pan fried in butter is good too, but cut it into little medallions.
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My neighbor gave me some and I made a chowder out of it. I used a recipe that called for turkey breast and used the goose instead. Turned out very good...
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X2 on the Jerkey.
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I park a cavalier on top of them and let them heatsoak for awhile. No idea how they taste but it will stop them from shitting all over your lawn, deck, dock, lawn chairs, picnic table, boat, and fire pit.
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