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So this season I have started marking and seperatly packaging by ducks by species. I am doing this to try to decide which birds are the best eating. Ill pull several species out per meal and keep them seperate as i cook them.
So the question is what is your favorite duck to eat? Please think about it i am realy curious to find out.
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Big Fat Lampe Greenhead with red feet of course.....
Let Wads Fly And Feathers Fall!!
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nothing better than a grain/rice fed mallard!!!!!!!!
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No option for spoon-bill?
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The king of ducks takes the cake for me.
see this article: http://honest-food.net/2011/12/11/canva ... -of-ducks/
here's an excerpt:
No duck has risen to a higher plane at the table than the canvasback. George Washington prized it, as did the Robber Barons of the Gilded Age and the rough-hewn voyageurs of the Canadian frontier, who traded in beaver pelts and feasted on canvasbacks. It was, for a while, the most prestigious thing anyone could put on a menu.
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