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Favorite goose pit recipe that is easy

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  1. Jimborn

    Jimborn TS Member

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    Have done breakfast burritos, and such, need something new. Will just be heated by propane, Aluminum foil involved. Any ideas???? Thanks
     
  2. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    We do something called eggy tots...we pre nuke some tater tots until soft and starting to cook..put that with a couple strips of the pre-cooked bacon slices that we cut into 1x1 squares into a large piece of super heavy duty foil...when in the blind open the foil and fashion into a bowl with your fixings ...if you use enough foil you can twist the end into grab handles (like a foil gravy boat)at each end...sit it on the propane flame real low and ppour some egg beaters enough to cover everything and pinch top closed to hold in the steam....we season with salt and pepper packs lifted from MickeyD's...affter the egg is good and solid you can eat right out of foil with a plastic spoon or scoop onto some bread...easy and fast
     
  3. doniphandad

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    This is our favorite part of goose hunting. We try to set up before the sun comes up and fire up the big buddy and the lantern and the goose hunting dvd and make breakfast. We use a coleman stove and start out with frying some bacon and put the potato o'brians with extra onions and peppers in the other skillet. When the bacon is done it's just about time to throw the eggs in the potatos. Put the toaster on the stove and when the toast is done, so are the taters and eggs. Dang good eats. Bout the time we get done eating and cleaning up we sit back and have a cup of coffee. Then we peek out the top of the blind and watch the guys laying in the next field and comment on how cold it is outside and then sit back and wait for the geese to come in. One of these times we are going to make some biscuits and gravy. Can't wait.
    Good hunting,
    Bob
     
  4. grnberetcj

    grnberetcj Active Member

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    I breast out the geese, then cut thebreast meat into approx. 1/4 - 3/8" thick strips, marinate overnite and then make jerky...about 8-10 hrs. in a low heat stove.

    Curt
     
  5. Garry

    Garry Active Member

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    Crock-Pot Goose or Duck

    • 1 large onion
    • 1/2 green pepper
    • 2-3 garlic cloves-chopped
    • Couple tablespoons of olive oil-sauté
    • 2-3lbs goose or duck breasts cubed
    • 1 teaspoon cumin
    • Salt and pepper (lots of pepper)
    • 1-2 cups tomato sauce
    • 1 cup red wine
    • Simmer low heat till breasts are tender and well done

    Pre-make the crock-pot goose or duck before you go hunting. Put individual servings into heavy duty aluminum bowls. Freeze or put bowls into refrigerator if you're going hunting soon. Reheat in the goose pit and pour over rice, tater tots or whatever.
     
  6. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Jimborn. Hope you have a porta-potti in that blind.
     
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