Top Secret Goose Recipe

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Top Secret Goose Recipe

Postby MagnumLoad » Tue Nov 11, 2008 12:47 am

Well, I guess I've been hunting for well over 40 years...
I've been giving my geese away for nearly 30 years.

I took an old college mate hunting a number of years ago;
he brought along a friend who was also a goose guide in Idaho.

We had a good hunt, and I was pawning off my honks to my buddy,
the guide thanked me for being so amicable...giving away my game meat.

I told him that I hated 'em, always hated 'em, always will hate 'em!

He let me in on The Secret...

*Marinade breast fillets then in Kraft Zesty Italian Dressing for 24 hours.
*Bar-B-Que like a steak...RARE.
*Slice in thin strips like a flank steak.

I still gave away my geese...didn't believe him.

The next time I was hunting solo...No one to take the 4 honkers.

Took 'em home and followed his instructions. WOW!

I recently had a large, fancy dinner party. Well, as fancy as this hillbilly can get. I served up the meat. Everyone was complimenting me on the quality beef. I told them I had it flown in!

The gig worked great, right up until a buddy's trophy wife bit into a T shot! I fessed up...but everyone finished the goose and wanted more.

I highly recommend this simple, delicious method.

By the way...I just found this forum...first post.

Thanks!

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Postby HENDU3270 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:51 pm

Thanks for the tip magnumload. And :welcome: to the foum!!
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Postby Indaswamp » Wed Dec 17, 2008 4:18 pm

:welcome:

I've been cooking 'em like that for years!! great way to eat 'em!!
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