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waterfowler9 wrote:the duck commander seasoning is pretty good also if anyone has tried it.
Your right man the duck commander seasoning is awsome!
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I haven't tried the stuff.. but I figured since you liked it so much would prepare it and see if its good as your homemade stuff... I have sinus problems so I cant it it... but you welcome to all you can eat.
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Best seasoning for a well-roasted duck....hunger.
Second best: Just salt and pepper.
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JO crab seasoning. if you aint from the Chesapeake Bay area you dont know what ur missing
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mthompson wrote:Anybody heard of a marinade called 'get your wife to eat duck'? And if it has the secret ingredient 'get your wife over her childhood duck rescue/pet she's eating phobia' - that would be a plus!
I hear that, every time my son and i are gorging ourselves on duck my wife gets down three or four bites and say's "I guess it tastes good but I just keep thinking of the ducks/geese we used to feed down by the river when we were kids"
I dont even bother arguing that her uncle has a cattle farm and she used to feed cows when she was a kid; but that doesn't seem to bother her arond a ribeye. That never goes well for me
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Greek Seasoning! comes in a little yellow box like Tony's. Good stuff especially on teal.
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