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22 hours ago, JDog said:

Well we had the Gadwall for dinner this evening. 

I made the decision to sharpen my best knife and slice the breasts thinly rather than cut the duck in half.

The flavour was distinctly different, a bit like what I would imagine a cross between a Greenland Whitefront and a Greater Scaup would taste like.

is that good or bad......is it an aquired taste...or would the dog enjoyed it more ?

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8 minutes ago, ditchman said:

is that good or bad......is it an aquired taste...or would the dog enjoyed it more ?

There was no crispy skin as my wife wanted to cook it breast down.

We really enjoyed it. 

 

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11 minutes ago, JDog said:

They went in the bin I'm afraid.

That's a shame,,,, I'm sure they could have been useful for something 🤔 Oh, I know,,,, just an idea and NOT criticism,,,, I generally keep some feathers [wood pigeon], dog and horse hair [from brushing] to put out for bird's nesting material in early spring 👍

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18 minutes ago, JKD said:

That's a shame,,,, I'm sure they could have been useful for something 🤔 Oh, I know,,,, just an idea and NOT criticism,,,, I generally keep some feathers [wood pigeon], dog and horse hair [from brushing] to put out for bird's nesting material in early spring 👍

Plenty of time until spring 

but they do use it 

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3 minutes ago, Old farrier said:

Plenty of time until spring 

but they do use it 

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Yes, but it'll be here in the blink of an eye,,,, hopefully 😊

It's brilliant watching the birds 'recycling' what usually gets thrown away 👍

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