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san j
Sunday, December 23, 2012, 8:25am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Does anyone here make goose for Christmas?
Tell us where you obtain it, how you prepare it.
Do you make a special ham?
Do you make/serve some special pudding or "buche"?


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I haven’t had goose for years.  It was at a former in-laws house.  I loved it.  It’s a black dot for me, but I’d eat it for a special occasion.  


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We used to have it - it is rather old school danish to eat goose ( now most people have roast pork and duck)
- I often made it like this.
http://www.lifestylefood.com.a.....fing-and-apple-sauce

I am having turkey ( brined with herbes and oranges) - and all vegetables I grew in my garden this year


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Quoted from Henriette Bsec
We used to have it - it is rather old school danish to eat goose ( now most people have roast pork and duck)
- I often made it like this.
http://www.lifestylefood.com.a.....fing-and-apple-sauce

I am having turkey ( brined with herbes and oranges) - and all vegetables I grew in my garden this year

That goose looks great, hbsec. As do home-grown vegs!



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Can get goose at Whole Foods. We considered it but since we've never done one we decided to have New York strip roast of beef. Maybe next year...goose.
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No goose. I helped Mom make turkey gumbo last night and I have two fresh winter squash pies still baking in the oven. I could probably make about 10 pies with that wintersquash that I grew. I might make some wintersquash/raisen/pecan cookies before I freeze the rest of the squash.
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I'm planning to make Chinese food tomorrow night.


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I have a goose in my freezer from my grass fed farm coop.  Would love to see some recipes posted here.  It is one of the few things I have never cooked - goose or rabbit!

I am hoping to prepare it before my kids leave after the holidays.


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