Category Archives: Goose Kitchen & Food Safety Tips

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…

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…

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…

Venison (or Goose) Jerky

Clean out the freezer of last year’s venison by making some jerky to snack on during this hunting season.  Jerky is really quite easy to make, yet it takes some…

Corned Goose

Corning meat is a relatively simple process, consisting of placing the meat in a brining solution, similar to preparing meat for smoking, though for a longer period of time, about…

Waterfowl Season Opened Saturday

Ducks opened Oct 24th until Dec 6th for the first season in Seneca County. Canada goose season also opened Oct 24th and go until Nov 21. NYS DEC has a…

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