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2021-09-10 4:08:49 PM  
Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.
 
2021-09-10 4:27:31 PM  
Oh noes. We'll be paying 300 percent more than chicken for ducky poultry....that's progress.
 
2021-09-10 4:45:06 PM  
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/Gosling 1 reporting for duty
 
2021-09-10 5:17:28 PM  
HA HA SUCKAS
 
2021-09-10 5:40:49 PM  

aleister_greynight: Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.


<$3/pound at Chef's Store which used to be Cash & Carry
 
2021-09-10 6:01:12 PM  
I can see how it would make sense to opt for a product if the cost by value is amenable.

Duck is high in fat, isn't it? I have a feeling most people who don't cook ducks on the regular are probably going to mess it up. Geese kind of the same way.

Use anti-oil? I feel like the fat involved here is almost too much already.

I honestly don't know! I'm clueless!
 
2021-09-10 6:20:43 PM  
Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.
 
2021-09-10 6:24:56 PM  
MEL BLANC - Daffy Duck's Rhapsody (1950) Utterly Fantastic!!
Youtube qxjU8JJEuSM
 
2021-09-10 6:30:35 PM  
What about gray ducks?
 
2021-09-10 6:44:26 PM  

IgG4: What about gray ducks?


Queer Duck Intro/Theme Song
Youtube 2IMta5T_2UM


/oh gray ducks
 
2021-09-10 6:45:14 PM  

cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.


Canada geese intentionally poop where we walk. It's as if they were doing it on purpose.
 
2021-09-10 6:51:30 PM  

cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.


I was just thinking the same thing. They can eat all the ill-tempered, pooping, abominations they want. All geese are assholes, but Canada geese are the king assholes.
 
2021-09-10 6:57:05 PM  

IgG4: What about gray ducks?


They pay special attention to their marbling.
 
2021-09-10 7:21:13 PM  

aleister_greynight: Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.


I know I'm going to regret spreading their name:

Maple Leaf Farms

Always had good luck with their duck. About once a month I make something like Cherry Glazed duck breast or Cranberry duck breast.
 
2021-09-10 7:21:53 PM  

aleister_greynight: IgG4: What about gray ducks?

They pay special attention to their marbling.


Only in Minnesota
 
2021-09-10 7:35:11 PM  
This is a hill I'm willing to die on.

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/'sota born & raised
//not swedish
///damn polack
 
2021-09-10 7:35:35 PM  
Duck and goose are phine, but what I would like too see more of is feasant. Or maybe mega-quail...
Could someone get on the mega-quail project please?


Hear's the reality though; stop eating so much damn mete, you don't kneed nearly as much as you eat.
Mark my words... slow down, or people will start getting poached in Walmart parking lots.
 
2021-09-10 7:50:01 PM  
"Pork and beef shortages create opening for duck, duck, duck, and GOOSE"
I'm not saying subby is wrong but this is conjecture as the article makes no mention of pork and beef shortages.
 
2021-09-10 9:28:21 PM  

anuran: aleister_greynight: Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.

<$3/pound at Chef's Store which used to be Cash & Carry


Is that the same as US Foods?
 
2021-09-10 9:34:43 PM  

inglixthemad: aleister_greynight: Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.

I know I'm going to regret spreading their name:

Maple Leaf Farms

Always had good luck with their duck. About once a month I make something like Cherry Glazed duck breast or Cranberry duck breast.


I'm expecting a guest at the cottage next week, I'm sure he will show up with some Moulard Magret  from d'Artagnan.  He usually makes the cherry glazed version.  Not surprisingly, we're always delighted to have him visit.
 
2021-09-10 10:43:00 PM  

Gough: anuran: aleister_greynight: Only in the EU though.  Was hoping to see more duck around.

<$3/pound at Chef's Store which used to be Cash & Carry

Is that the same as US Foods?


Yeah. They have a bunch of names which keep changing
 
2021-09-10 11:11:33 PM  
Uh oh, I had dinner plans of cheese and quackers.
 
2021-09-11 12:07:09 AM  

Percise1: Duck and goose are phine, but what I would like too see more of is feasant. Or maybe mega-quail...
Could someone get on the mega-quail project please?


Hear's the reality though; stop eating so much damn mete, you don't kneed nearly as much as you eat.
Mark my words... slow down, or people will start getting poached in Walmart parking lots.


We do a new year's duck as our strange little tradition around here. Hoping to try grouse soon, just haveling a hard time sourcing it.

CSB: my sampling area in the back country is almost devoid of hoomins. I was moving from one area to the next on the ATV whenst I saw a grouse hen run across the trail about 30 yards ahead. "Huh, cool" I thought. Two seconds later 12, I swear to christ 12, males bolted from the same spot.

Delicious and stupid is an unfortunate combination.
 
2021-09-11 1:12:08 AM  
shortage my ass. it's your overlords screwing you again. cry and suffer for be doing stupid to dance around their farkery.
 
2021-09-11 1:45:04 AM  
needs moar siu ngaap

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2021-09-11 2:50:21 AM  

tintar: needs moar siu ngaap

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Ahhh yeah, that reminds me of one of the best eateries in my old hometown. They have a BBQ duck and BBQ pork window display.

...

Goddamn it, I want their BBQ pork on rice right now, with the BBQ duck in soup.
 
2021-09-11 3:40:18 AM  

Mitt Romneys Tax Return: cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.

I was just thinking the same thing. They can eat all the ill-tempered, pooping, abominations they want. All geese are assholes, but Canada geese are the king assholes.


Assholes are still federally protected. Both in the states and canada
 
2021-09-11 4:54:17 AM  

Percise1: Duck and goose are phine, but what I would like too see more of is feasant. Or maybe mega-quail...
Could someone get on the mega-quail project please?


Hear's the reality though; stop eating so much damn mete, you don't kneed nearly as much as you eat.
Mark my words... slow down, or people will start getting poached in Walmart parking lots.


what if I eat butt.. I'm still hungry?
 
2021-09-11 5:40:13 AM  
I'm cool with eating duck. And Canada goose, for that matter. They swarm the creek behind my house and shiat everywhere.

If only the state department of fish and wildlife would let me treat them like any other trespasser.
 
2021-09-11 7:28:18 AM  

casual disregard: cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.

Canada geese intentionally poop where we walk. It's as if they were doing it on purpose.


Non-migratory poop machines.

they do nothing but fly, eat, make noise, poop, make more poop-machines.
 
2021-09-11 8:29:40 AM  

DogParkSniper: I'm cool with eating duck. And Canada goose, for that matter. They swarm the creek behind my house and shiat everywhere.
If only the state department of fish and wildlife would let me treat them like any other trespasser.


I wanted to joke that everyone is playing fast ad loose with Federal laws now anyway but fish and wildlife are not the boys to play with.

RoLleRKoaSTeR: Non-migratory poop machines.


They bother us here in Florida in the winter. How is that non-migratory?
 
2021-09-11 8:31:28 AM  

RoLleRKoaSTeR: casual disregard: cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.

Canada geese intentionally poop where we walk. It's as if they were doing it on purpose.

Non-migratory poop machines.

they do nothing but fly, eat, make noise, poop, make more poop-machines.


They also mate for life. And mourn.
 
2021-09-11 8:35:50 AM  

fasahd: DogParkSniper: I'm cool with eating duck. And Canada goose, for that matter. They swarm the creek behind my house and shiat everywhere.
If only the state department of fish and wildlife would let me treat them like any other trespasser.

I wanted to joke that everyone is playing fast ad loose with Federal laws now anyway but fish and wildlife are not the boys to play with.

RoLleRKoaSTeR: Non-migratory poop machines.

They bother us here in Florida in the winter. How is that non-migratory?


Here in Oregon there are huge populations of Canada Geese that never leave.
 
2021-09-11 9:33:15 AM  
Buy lamb........mmmmm rosemary and garlic seared lamb 
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2021-09-11 9:42:15 AM  

drogg: This is a hill I'm willing to die on.

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/'sota born & raised
//not swedish
///damn polack


Marco ...
 
2021-09-11 9:45:06 AM  
China has traditionally been the source of flu variants because they keep in enormous numbers adjacent to each other the 3 largest reservoirs of influenza: people, swine, and poultry (ducks/geese).  I'm glad to see that Europe isn't taking that lying down.
 
2021-09-11 10:22:36 AM  
I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.
 
2021-09-11 10:31:32 AM  

Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.


Duck is pretty tasty, though it is the kind of food that's great for dinner, but terrible as leftovers.

As for goose, never tried.  I'll have to take a gander.
 
2021-09-11 10:37:36 AM  

Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.


A smart man will feed his wife what she wants when she has that reaction.

Be a smart man.
 
2021-09-11 11:11:05 AM  

Hawk the Hawk: Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.

Duck is pretty tasty, though it is the kind of food that's great for dinner, but terrible as leftovers.

As for goose, never tried.  I'll have to take a gander.


Wokkawokka!

Gramps hunted a goose for xmas one year. It wasn't bad. Now I occasionally see frozen geese at the grocery store, but it most definitely wasn't $60+ worth of not bad. Stick with duck.

/goose heart was pretty tasty
 
2021-09-11 11:12:27 AM  
I thought goose was inedible until I went to Yat Lok. Whoa.
 
2021-09-11 11:14:01 AM  

yakmans_dad: drogg: This is a hill I'm willing to die on.

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/'sota born & raised
//not swedish
///damn polack

Marco ...


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2021-09-11 11:58:20 AM  

Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.


Find a Chinese restaraunt that has a separate chinese menu that is different from the main menu given to their standard American customer. You have a higher chance of finding a variety of duck dishes.

One of the Chinese restaurants close to JSC here in Houston does this and they have this wonderful dish with smoked duck, leeks, medium spicy chilis, and garlic. It is one of my favorites since it is a clean dish, meaning it does not have a heavy sweetened sauce. It is just awesome right from the wok.
 
2021-09-11 12:02:14 PM  

NINEv2: Hawk the Hawk: Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.

Duck is pretty tasty, though it is the kind of food that's great for dinner, but terrible as leftovers.

As for goose, never tried.  I'll have to take a gander.

Wokkawokka!

Gramps hunted a goose for xmas one year. It wasn't bad. Now I occasionally see frozen geese at the grocery store, but it most definitely wasn't $60+ worth of not bad. Stick with duck.

/goose heart was pretty tasty


My ex-wife worked with a guy that goose hunted every year. He would make all kinds of sausages out of them and give us some, those were very good. I think I still have some goose brats in my freezer.
Just cooking up a goose breast though? Meh.
 
2021-09-11 1:16:09 PM  

August11: RoLleRKoaSTeR: casual disregard: cherryl taggart: Could we please discuss putting a bounty on Canada geese?  We could be feeding all the world, not just the EU with the flocks around here.

Canada geese intentionally poop where we walk. It's as if they were doing it on purpose.

Non-migratory poop machines.

they do nothing but fly, eat, make noise, poop, make more poop-machines.

They also mate for life. And mourn.


So we have to eat their spouse too.  I'm down with that.
 
2021-09-11 1:18:29 PM  

Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.


So... you know a thing that absolutely delights your wife and makes her eyes light up, and you don't do it all the time?

This really should be a no-brainer.
 
2021-09-11 1:27:05 PM  

rosekolodny: Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.

So... you know a thing that absolutely delights your wife and makes her eyes light up, and you don't do it all the time?

This really should be a no-brainer.


See?! Exactly! That's what I said!
 
2021-09-11 1:51:45 PM  

rosekolodny: So we have to eat their spouse too.  I'm down with that.


We need more like you at our parties!
 
2021-09-11 1:54:47 PM  

rosekolodny: Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.

So... you know a thing that absolutely delights your wife and makes her eyes light up, and you don't do it all the time?

This really should be a no-brainer.


Look, I'm learning to cook and we got the duck at a very nice restaurant. I'm not saying no by any means, but I am more than a little unsure of my capabilities.

/I do the dishes, pots and pans after she cooks
//I managed to fark up sauteed zucchini last night
///unhappy slashies
 
2021-09-11 2:10:51 PM  

Jurodan: rosekolodny: Jurodan: I've only had goose once. It tasted like roast beef, which was surprising to say the least. Considering the cost, we haven't tried it again.

My wife loves duck. The first time she had it her eyes lit up and she said it was everything she wanted in poultry. We need to have it more often.

So... you know a thing that absolutely delights your wife and makes her eyes light up, and you don't do it all the time?

This really should be a no-brainer.

Look, I'm learning to cook and we got the duck at a very nice restaurant. I'm not saying no by any means, but I am more than a little unsure of my capabilities.

/I do the dishes, pots and pans after she cooks
//I managed to fark up sauteed zucchini last night
///unhappy slashies


Lulz.  Cooking duck isn't hard - don't let yourself get intimidated.  Couple of years ago I roasted one for thanksgiving and then made a glorious stock out of the leftovers and turned it into udon bowls with pork belly.  OMG!

Maybe get some duck breast from the mail order place upthread.  There's a million How To Duck Breast videos on youtube.  Or confit legs would be pretty awesome too.
 
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