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    Default simple and amazing goose sandwiches

    I have personally made this with one goose and it made i believe 6 sandwiches

    2-goose breast

    4 bottles of your favorite BBQ sauce

    1 table spoon of pepper and 1 table spoon of garlic or onion powder

    put 3 bottles of BBQ sauce and your spices into a slow cooker along with the goose breast

    cook on low for 8-10 hours

    pull out pull meat apart with forks and mix some more BBQ sauce in bowl with pulled apart meat.

    serve on buns and enjoy

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    This is the recipe that I use for both duck and goose meat for a buddy of mine that loves waterfowl hunting but didn't like the taste. This is a standby on all of pour hunting/fishing trips now. Soaking the meat in milk in the fridge overnight also helps to draw out some of the blood and strong taste.

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    4 bottles, how much is that in ml?

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    You just need enough BBQ sauce to cover the meat a couple of cm while it cooks.

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    yea what Jmatthews said. my crock pot happens to take that many bottles yours might take more or less. I should have been more clear. Basically if the goose is covered by bbq sauce you are good to go.

    also Jmatthews thanks for the tip with the milk will have to do that next time. I have never had it with duck meat yet. I most likely wont use it with puddle ducks because i love just pan frying them.But i feel like this recipe could be good for diver ducks as i am not to fond of their taste.
    Last edited by fishinntootin; November 26th, 2014 at 07:06 PM.

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    I use this technique as's a slight variation...

    4-6 goose breasts sliced 1/2" thick
    cover in apple juice plus 1/2" extra
    on high in the slow cooker for 6 hours
    drain all apple juice and pull the meat apart
    add sweet/sour sauce to cover plus 1"
    (S/S brown sugar, ketchup, dry mustard, Lea/Perrins, wee bit of apple juice)
    cook on low for 2 - 3 hours
    in the last hour fry bacon...lightly toast Callabrese type buns
    add romaine lettuce and Rene's salad dressing
    pile up the pulled're good to go...

    One of the best sandwiches you'll ever have...

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