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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelin' Ducks View Post
    How big was the hole?
    Underated post!!!
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    Alot of work went into this hunt. We watched these birds for several weeks. Good group effort. Going to make some good onion sausage.
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    Try this.....

    Link’s Duck or Goose Bites

    Take breasts and slice to finger size pieces. Goose be sure to cut silver membrane out, it’ll make it very tough.
    Soak in heavy brine 6hrs to overnight.
    Start grill, 450*-500*
    Drain and flush meat.
    Melt butter in microwave.
    Pour butter on meat.
    Sprinkle Montreal Steak seasoning while mixing butter on meat.
    Lay on hot grill.
    Flip meat often, don’t over cook!
    Cook to medium to medium rare.
    Take meat off before done to liking. The meat will still cook a little off the grill.

    For tacos or fajitas, substitute Montreal steak seasoning with spice if choice and slice meat in thinner slices.
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    Good job!
    Vegetarian: Native American for Piss Poor Hunter

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    Nice whackin
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    Any of y'all ever smoke a goose on the grill? Mesquite or hickory?

    I've tried goose a few times in the past, but was never really a fan. I'm sure most of the errors were probably in the prepwork.

    And, BTW, good killin'!

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    You people eat some nasty stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelin' Ducks View Post
    You people eat some nasty stuff...
    That's because we are poor. Got to do what you got to do.
    "I'm just a victim of a circumstance"

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    "I'm just a victim of a circumstance"

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    Quote Originally Posted by coot nasty View Post
    That's because we are poor. Got to do what you got to do.
    No sir, we've got it made brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coot nasty View Post
    Do you just slow cook the goose for about 6-8 hours, and then put the veggies in?

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