Which tastes better?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow, Apr 28, 2010.

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Which tastes better to you, properly prepared, Ducks or Geese?

Poll closed Apr 29, 2010.
  1. Ducks

    8 vote(s)
    53.3%
  2. Geese

    3 vote(s)
    20.0%
  3. About the same

    4 vote(s)
    26.7%
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  1. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

    Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow member

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    See poll. :)
     
  2. oasis618

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    delete.
     
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  3. dakotasin

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    i don't find either one to be particularly delicious, though i do (slightly) favor canadian geese.
     
  4. swiftak

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    Canada Geese. They are not canadian.
     
  5. chas08

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    I voted Duck, but Goose is also delicious when properly prepared. Duck tends to be more tender. Marinate it to suit your taste and don't overcook.
     
  6. Alabama2010

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    What are you talking aboot?
     
  7. pat86323

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    they are called canada geese not canadian geese. Not that big of a deal but thats what he was getting at.
     
  8. mbt2001

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    Duck is typically better tasting, although they are both good when prepared properly. One thing I did that made cooking and eating wild game a LOT easier was set up an outdoor kitchen. Cooking duck inside, especially wild duck can get smelly. Works great for fish too.

    Doesn't take much, some masonry block, capstone, tile to face the masonry block... They have some drop in propane burners (grills and stove tops) or you can customize it to a charcoal grill or both, depending on your space.

    ;o)
     
  9. Art Eatman

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    "A thread without a poll is like a gun without ammo. Somewhat interesting but not nearly as useful or as much fun!"

    Now that's enough to spoil an appetite, right there, I don't care who you are. Probably could hunt up on the Internet the old Geezinslaw Brothers song, "I woulda wrote you a letter, but I didn't know how to spell :barf:".

    Go ahead and start a new thread in the Cooking forum.
     
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