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    Goose Recipes

    Post em up, I am needing something to try on the smoker.
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    I may have set THelms up on this one. Pretty sure he knows how to kill a goose and cook it...
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    What kind of smoker do you have Scott? All I want for Christmas is a smoker.
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    Its not a smoker recipe, but we have all of our goose meat turned into goose pot pies. Tastes just like dinty moore stew and way better than the jerky we use to make.

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    Wow. Never heard of goose pot pies. Sounds amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustang8 View Post
    Its not a smoker recipe, but we have all of our goose meat turned into goose pot pies. Tastes just like dinty moore stew and way better than the jerky we use to make.
    Post that recipe up!
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    I posted up a marinade on another thread that I used to make duck jerky. It's pretty good with geese as well.
    The best recipe I have for geese, is to hunt with about 10 other guys... At least one of those 10 will want to take all the geese.
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