Category Archives: Goose

Slow Cooked September Goose

The September goose season plays an important role in managing local Canada goose populations. New York State DEC set the daily bag limit this year at fifteen birds a day, as…

Goose Tenders

What to do with goose tenders?  Sometimes I just leave them with the whole breast, but they naturally want to separate off, even after smoking or when cooking.        …

Duck or Goose Charcuterie Ham

Looking for something different to try with your duck or goose breast this year?  This technique makes a delicious addition to a holiday appetizer tray or charcuterie board.  Be sure…

Youth Waterfowl Hunt- Pan Seared Duck

Today was the first day of the youth waterfowl weekend.  Every year NYS DEC offers youth ages 12-15 an opportunity to hunt waterfowl before the regular season opens. It is…

Goose or Venison Pasties

These traditional meat pies from the UK and also the UP of Michigan are a tasty treat as the weather cools down.  You can make them with ground goose or…

Fall Hunting Season is Soon- What to do with the meat still in your freezer?

Do you still have meat from last year’s hunting season in the freezer?  Can it!  Venison and other canned meat becomes very tender during the canning process and makes for quick…

Bacon Quacker Bites

These tasty morsels are a perfect appetizer and a quick way to cook up duck or goose breasts. Ingredients: 1 lb duck or goose breast meat (boneless and skinless) 1/2…

Chef Brud Holland’s Holiday Goose

  This elegant dish is actually pretty straight forward to make. Ingredients: breast meat from 1 goose, boneless and skinless 1 Tbsp kosher salt 1 Tbsp sugar, plus 2-3 Tbsp…

Duck Liver Pâté

Next time you harvest a duck or goose, consider saving the liver for pâté, especially if it is a nice, fat bird– think foie gras!  If you generally only breast…

Beyond Breasts- Duck Leg Rillettes

It was opening weekend for ducks in Seneca County, NY and many lucky hunters ended their morning with mallards and other local ducks in the bag.  Some birds were plucked…

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