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shot my first goose the other week decided to breast it and have the breast as a steak ,unique flavour heard they are good in slow cooker soaked in red wine also burgers etc ,any other recipes about

cheers

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Looks very nice, but....where is the gravy/jus and do you like the taste of goose?  

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3 minutes ago, old'un said:

Looks very nice, but....where is the gravy/jus and do you like the taste of goose?  

picture is pre gravy pour ,yes I would certainly have it as a steak again ,as I said a unique taste of its own ,just wandering how other people cook theirs

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We cook it several ways.

 slow cooker, 2steaks, carrots, onion, mushrooms, and a bottle of beer.

Slow cooker 2steaks with tinned tomatoes, pineapple and curry paste

just smoke it and slice thinly with buttered oatcakes

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27 minutes ago, Dave at kelton said:

We cook it several ways.

 slow cooker, 2steaks, carrots, onion, mushrooms, and a bottle of beer.

Slow cooker 2steaks with tinned tomatoes, pineapple and curry paste

just smoke it and slice thinly with buttered oatcakes

all sounds good cheers

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1 hour ago, sam triple said:

,just wandering how other people cook theirs

It all depends on the species of goose = what was yours?

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4 hours ago, Yellow Bear said:

It all depends on the species of goose = what was yours?

Pink feet largely and very occasionally canadas

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1 hour ago, sam triple said:

Canada 

 

23 minutes ago, Dave at kelton said:

Pink feet largely and very occasionally canadas

I learnt over 50 year ago that Langstone (or any) canadas were not to my taste so I will say nothing about cooking them. Pinks or grey lags we usually roasted or cooked like you have done.

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5 minutes ago, Smokersmith said:

I'll use it 'as beef' in many recipes .. stews, mince, goulash etc.

Did your first go take a bit of chewing?

My first one ( Canada ) , the ones in between and the last one all took some chewing and now with what teeth I have got left I want to hang on to  I decided a few years ago to leave them alone and just eat the fowl and game I enjoy :good:

 

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8 hours ago, Smokersmith said:

I'll use it 'as beef' in many recipes .. stews, mince, goulash etc.

Did your first go take a bit of chewing?

no more than a bit of beef steak ,prob a youngish bird

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