duck stalker, sure... I'll just post it on here.
To prepare the ducks, I'll breast the duck, soak them in milk for two whole days and change the milk every 24 hours, than another day of soaking in water, by than the meat is light red instead of deep purple. Than I marinate the ducks in a little soy sauce, garlic, a little lemon pepper, and a leaf of rosemary. You can add what ever you like to the marinate. Let that sit in the fridge for a day or two.
I watched DU Fresh from the Field on their web site, I'll post a link below, and used their recipe but I left out a couple of things. Heat up the pan on high with some olive oil and butter for flavor towards the sauce, cook the ducks until they are rare, which takes about 20 seconds on each side, very fast. Take them out of the pan, add the mushrooms and cook them for 5 minutes on medium heat, add a little worshisters(don't know how to spell it) sauce for taste, add the heavy cream enough to cover the mushrooms and let it simmer on low heat until the sauce becomes thick.
Add the rare duck back to the pan with the mushrooms and let them warm up for 5 more minutes under low heat and they are good to be served.
For the potatoes, season them with what ever you like and some olive oil, put them on a pan and stick them in the oven under 400F. Ready in 20 to 30 minutes.
It's very easy. Just sounds harder than it really is, here is the video
http://www.ducks.org/media/Multimedia/O ... hroons.wmv
For the stir fry duck with veggies, heat the pan with some olive oil, cook the duck to rare, remove them from the pan and add the green peppers, red onion, and mushrooms and toss them around for a 5 minutes in the pan, return the ducks to warm them up for a minute and there you go.
If you want to cook some duck up for a party or friends here is a REALLY good recipe that I found to be delicious.
http://www.ducks.org/media/Multimedia/O ... rritos.wmv