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Have a Duck, now what?

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Story goes like this, I recived a duck as a gift some time ago and I would like to cook something special for familly Easter lunch but ducks are not common meal here and I dont have any idea what to do with it. :blush:

Any help is Welcome

Thanks

:greenthumb:

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You cant cook Donald !! :o Just make him feel at home and he will be part of the family in no time.

Peachy

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Duck is a lot oilier than other fowl.

It can be roasted, smoked or cooked l'orange . . .

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You cant cook Donald !! :o Just make him feel at home and he will be part of the family in no time.

Peachy

Donald with an orange sauce - nothing better. Duch is all dark meat. Oily so they can float and keep therir feathers water repellant. Pierce the skin alot to release the fats when cooking. Roast until real crispy. I like to stuff duck with wild rice and mushrooms! :drool:

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I like to stuff duck with wild rice and mushrooms!

Do you stuff it while it is still alive?

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I like to stuff duck with wild rice and mushrooms!

Do you stuff it while it is still alive?

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Hmmmmm, Duck Snark? :lol:

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Duck in red curry is my favorite

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THX guys, I think I ll stick to some orange/wine sauce/marinade with gnocci.

Dont warry Peachy, Donald came here "deadly" serious ;)

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roast him in the oven at 450 F

let the fat drip away from the meat- so that means put him on a roasting rake

do not stuff him with anything.

put orange slices on top while roasting

or try this:\

http://www.cookstr.com/recipes/roast-duck-with-orange-sauce

Edited by trioderob
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Heavens to Betsy! That's Wack! Wacky!

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Heavens to Betsy! That's Wack! Wacky!

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Roger - are you suggesting "suffering succtash" as a side dish? LOL :lol:

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YaY!

Pics to come :drool:

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QUACK!

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Looks good!

:drool:

I cooked the Easter bunny . . .

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Looks good!

:drool:

I cooked the Easter bunny . . .

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:lol:

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