Recipes for geese

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  1. CabinOutdoors

    CabinOutdoors New Member

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    These all sound sooo good!!!:D:bow Also about wrapping the geese in bacon, that works AMAZING with deer also.
     
  2. BlindGoose

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    Pheasant Brunswick Stew :reader
    1 skinned pheasant
    1 bay leaf
    1 lb. baby carrots
    1 large chopped onion
    3 chopped celery stalks
    1.5 lb. Baby Dutch potatoes
    1 lb. bag frozen succotash
    1 lb. bag frozen mixed vegetables
    2 - 8 oz. cans tomato sauce
    28 oz. can petite diced tomatoes
    Salt and pepper
    This makes five to six quarts so use a large enough pot. It also freezes well so have quart freezer containers readily available. Place quartered pheasant in a large pot. Use enough water to just cover pheasant ? about 3 quarts. Bring to a boil and then simmer for 2 to 3 hours until meat is tender and falls apart. Check periodically to add water to keep pheasant just covered. Chop celery and onion while meat is cooking. Remove pheasant from pot and let cool for one hour. Meanwhile strain the stock, set it aside and discard the bay leaf. Debone pheasant and place meat and stock back in the large pot. Bring to boil then set back to simmer. Add the rest of the ingredients and simmer for one hour. Add salt and pepper to taste. Eat some and freeze some for later in the winter.
     
  3. alabama cheesehead

    alabama cheesehead Elite Refuge Member

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    legs and thighs. skin, sea salt, black pepper, grill. delicious
     
  4. john5657

    john5657 Senior Refuge Member

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    Made pot-roast goose yesterday. 2 goose breasts & 2 thighs, 1 pkg of Lipton onion soup, 4 c water and an onion or 2. Put it in the slow cooker on low early to mid morning. About 4 ish add carrots and spuds - continue in the slow cooker until the spuds are ready. Simple and good stuff.

    I like corned goose also - have some stashed away in the freezer, going to have to uncover it soon.
     
  5. eel river

    eel river Elite Refuge Member

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    In essence, mostly do whatever it takes to hide the taste of the geese in whatever manner needed to accomplish the task.
     
  6. ALLSTAR 1

    ALLSTAR 1 Elite Refuge Member

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    Not really; I did not get that from many of the recipes.
    Geese have a very good flavor. They are vegetarians and eat a lot of grain. One of my favorite wild game.

    Growing up on the farm, if Dad would slip up on a flock of snows on the pond, my mom would bake them with raisin dressing etc. I still remember how good they were..
     
  7. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Agree with you Allstar. Guys that say goose tastes like c rap most likely over cook everything.

    You go degree past med rare on a plain goose breast and you have ruined it.
     
  8. DeWayne Knight

    DeWayne Knight Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm right there with ya...I do goose breast on the grill every Labor Day and have civilians eating it right off the grill they like it so much.
     
  9. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    Same here DeWayne. Most never guess what they are eating.
     
  10. STRAIGHT-GUT

    STRAIGHT-GUT Senior Refuge Member

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    No, you're wrong.
    Only if ya don't know how to care for and cook it the right way.
     

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