Monday, December 17, 2007

Goose for Christmas Gains Popularity in U.S.

I've never eaten goose, which is described as "strong, greasy, all dark meat" and "gamy" in this L.A. Times article.

I love turkey for Christmas, but I'd be curious to try goose sometime, on another occasion, just to see what it's like.


Blogger Martin Langeland said...

If you like the dark meat of turkey (legs and wings) chances are you will like a well cooked goose. Ah! that is the question. A well cooked goose is neither greasy, nor dry, and not particularly tough. And the rendered goose grease is the best for deep frying oliebollen (Dutch donuts) for New Years and fish and chips for when the budget comes back in force after the holidays. Check Dum Luks this weekend to see my post on preparing goose. Hard? only if you insist. Else ... well, let's say that it is what you make of it.

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