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1st christmas goose

Postby Utter chaos » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:27 pm

So we got a few honkers today an i want to do a xmas goose out of one can somebody help me out with a detailed recipe an cooking direction since this will be my first one ive ever cooked
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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby flight control » Wed Dec 26, 2012 8:15 pm

How did it turn out?
When I die I hope its in a duck blind, that, or shot in the back climbing out of a jealous mans bedroom window.

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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby aunt betty » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:37 am

I have tried cooking wild Canada geese about every possible way.
There is only one way that I consider edible.

DO NOT TRY TO BAKE A WILD Canada GOOSE. It's greasy.
Smoking them is meh...ok I guess.
The best way to cook a Canada goose is to take the breasts and slice them about 1/4" thick. Grill the meat on each side for about two minutes. It will taste like steak.

If you shot a specklebelly. PM me and I'll send you a detailed recipe on how to stuff and bake it.
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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby flight control » Thu Dec 27, 2012 5:23 pm

AB you so crazy!
Roast Canada is one of my favorite meals
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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby QuackHonkBang » Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:31 am

Do you have a recipe for roasting a whole goose? I've only breasted them out.
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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby ebitzan » Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:23 pm

aunt betty wrote:I have tried cooking wild Canada geese about every possible way.
There is only one way that I consider edible.

DO NOT TRY TO BAKE A WILD Canada GOOSE. It's greasy.
Smoking them is meh...ok I guess.
The best way to cook a Canada goose is to take the breasts and slice them about 1/4" thick. Grill the meat on each side for about two minutes. It will taste like steak.

If you shot a specklebelly. PM me and I'll send you a detailed recipe on how to stuff and bake it.

i have heard this alot... i guess it depends what party of the country you are hunting but i have never had a greasy goose like that :huh:
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Re: 1st christmas goose

Postby flight control » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:02 pm

Same here, Canadas taste great, sure they have some fat on them but they don't taste greasy.
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