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duck cooking & shooting

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by nords, Jan 10, 2012.

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  1. nords

    nords Member

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    Best way to cook duck? Best auto for duck hunting?
     
  2. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Heat and a cadillac
     
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    Jerky and Extrema
     
  4. hmb

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    Remove the feathers first, Remington 1100. HMB
     
  5. Old Texas Marine

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    Skin out the breast and remove (like cleaning a dove). Pin a strip of bacon to the breast and place on a hot grill. When breast turns gray, turn and then after two minutes remove and bon apetite!

    It will be tender, juicy and fabulous.

    Benelli.

    HBT
     
  6. BigBadBob

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    Breast out, cut into chunks, wrap in bacon, put on skewers with onion,peppers,cherry tomatoe, soak in Italian dressing afew hours or overnight. Place on hot grill and cook till bacon and veggies are done. serve with wild rice and a Bud or 6. Anything wrapped in bacon and grilled with italian dressing is wonderful. Deer, wid turkey, ducks, geese.
     
  7. Tripod

    Tripod Well-Known Member

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    Wood duck, mallards and other like ducks, pick and roast with skin on. Do not overcook . The old ones may be a little tough once in a while, but the younger ones melt in your mouth.
     
  8. Bird30

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    Cook in a crock pot with salsa untill tender. Benelli auto.
     
  9. skeezix

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    Gun of choice around here is the Beretta Extrema II

    Ducks:

    Weather permitting let them hang for 3-4 days to age.
    Breast out and soak in water in refrig for a few days to get the blood out.

    Marinate n soy sauce and olive oil for an hour or so
    grill with a touch of grilling salts
    Grill until medium rare.

    If you want to pan fry:
    Pan fry on high until medium rare
    add a splash of red wine to deglaze the pan
    stir in a tablespoon or so of raspberry preserves

    Keep duck medium rare - it isn't poultry. Think of it like beef.
     
  10. Tpeterson1

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    roast duck/goose is all about prep`


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    Benelli SBE2~


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  11. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Change the order. First shoot the duck with a shotgun and then cook it.
     
  12. quartering

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    best way? chinese. best auto? ford f-150: it's what nick saban drives
     
  13. Mountainsteve

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    Just shot some duck with my son in law in Texas. Just cut out the breast. We marinated it in olive oil, garlic, pepper and worchestershire in the frig for 2 days. Wrapped the breast in bacon and grilled 5 minutes on a side. Still red in the middle and it was to die for. I hear if you over cook until grey you have ruined it.
     
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