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Gala Goose
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1 review 1 comment ingredients 1 goose 1 1/2 cup coarsely chopped carrots 1 1/2 cup coarsely chopped onions 1 1/2 cup coarsely chopped celery 6 tablespoons all-purpose flour 4 cups chicken stock 2 cups dry white wine 4 sprigs fresh flat-leaf parsley 1 green apple (peelings only, optional) 6 whole cloves 1 large bay leaf 1 tablespoon dried thyme 1 ounce dried porcini mushrooms, soaked, cleaned, and coarsely chopped, liquid strained and reserved 1 1/2 cup dried cherries 1/2 cup armagnac 4 tablespoons red currant jelly coarse salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste directions Remove giblets and neck from cavity, pull off any loose fat, and cut off first two xpizsyuf. canada goose sales wing joints, if still attached; reserve all. Wash goose, pat dry, tie legs together, prick skin all over, season with salt and pepper, and set aside. Put loose fat in a large saute pan over medium-high heat, and render about 3 tablespoons of liquid fat. Remove and discard remaining fat (or save for another use). Add giblets, wing pieces, neck, and chopped vegetables to pan. Saute until vegetables are browned, 7 to 8 minutes, turning frequently. Sprinkle on flour, adjust heat to medium, and continue cooking until flour is lightly browned, 6 to 7 minutes, stirring often. Pour chicken stock and white wine into a French oven large enough to hold the goose, and bring to a boil. Place goose breast-side down on a rack covered with parchment paper, and lower into stock. Add browned giblets and vegetables, parsley, apple peelings, cloves, bay leaf, and thyme. Pour in enough water to almost fill the pot, and bring to a simmer. Whisk 1 cup of the simmering liquid into the saute pan used in step two, and deglaze pan. Scrape the thickened liquid back into the roasting pan. Cover pan, and cook very gently, regulating heat if necessary, to keep it just simmering. After an hour, turn goose over, being careful not to break the skin. (Wearing rubber gloves is helpful when doing this.) Poach goose for about one more hour, or until meat is tender when pierced with a fork. Turn off heat, and finish immediately, later in the day, or the next day. Recipe may be done ahead to this point. To finish later, or the next day, let cool briefly uncovered, then cover pan and set in refrigerator. When ready to resume preparation, remove layer of congealed fat from liquid. Lift out goose, and bring liquid to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to a simmer, then reheat goose in stock for about 10 minutes while preheating oven. Proceed with recipe. To finish immediately, heat oven to 450 degrees F. Remove goose from liquid, drain, and place on a rack breast-side up in a shallow roasting pan. Coat goose with 3 tablespoons reserved goose fat. Roast until skin is brown and crispy, about 30 minutes. Remove from oven, and allow to stand for 15 to 20 minutes before carving. Meanwhile, skim grease from poaching liquid, and strain liquid to remove pieces of goose, vegetables, and seasonings. Discard pieces of goose, seasonings, and parchment paper. Puree vegetables in an electric blender or food processor, adding a little of the strained liquid if necessary. Add vegetables back to pan along with half of the strained liquid, about 6 cups. Boil quickly to reduce liquid by about half. Add porcini and their strained soaking liquid, cherries, Armagnac, and red-currant jelly. Season sauce to taste with salt and pepper, and keep warm until needed.
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November 23, 2007
This dish matched my high hopes, it came out wonderfuly.
The best part may have been the color after browning in the oven, a a warm and rich mahogany. I think this may have been due to the recipe instruction advising to brush bird with reserved fat before browning. I note that I browned breast down first for 15 minutes, then finished breast side up for 15/20.
that was the best part, but that doesn't mean that the flavor and texture of the meat and sking wasn't terrific too.
Also, the gravy with the fruit and dried mushrooms garnered compliments from two diners. I used a California brandy instead of an Armagnac.
The two stage cooking process worked very well.
Considering the normal price of geese, if one had none of the flavoring ingredients this would be a very expensive dish (a large bottle of cloves, store only had large, was $11, Armagnac goes for more than $25, recipe calls for 1/3 bottle, and dried porcinis were $4 per half ounce, recipe calls for ounce. That's $44 just to flavor the gravy.)
November 20, 2007
I have high hopes for this recipe as it is just what I was looking for -
a recipe that allows me to mostly cook my goose, transport it a half-hour away and finish it.
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Geese, like ducks, are relatively easy to care for. Seeing them swimming on your pond and coming up to you to be fed is truly rewarding and relaxing. This article will discuss how to care for geese, how to enjoy them, and how to give them a healthy, happy life.
Evaluate your desires for raising geese. Just like dogs, horses, and nearly every other animal, different geese are good for different people. You may desire geese for pets, guard animals, meat, and more. It is important to get the correct breed of goose for your life and meet their needs. Do not be afraid to ask questions, as questions produce answers.
Read about the care of geese and other poultry. You will find the article How to Care for a Pet Duck very helpful, as much of the information is true for both ducks and geese. Storey's publishing also has good books on the care of chickens, ducks, etc. (See Recommended Reading .)
Select a breed. Some geese are considered aggressive, some good guard animals (they can really make a racket!), and others make great pets. It all depends on the breed and how you raise them. Ask friends who have the birds, farmers, vets, whoever you can find. Get their advice on what goose breed is right for you.
Acquire the geese. You should get at least a pair and more if you so choose. For calmer breeds, it is fine to acquire them as adults or as goslings. If you have chosen a more aggressive breed, it may be best to acquire them as goslings. It's best for a goose to always have a mate. If it does not, you should acquire more geese or even several ducks so your bird will not get lonely and distressed. If you choose to buy the geese, check out the breeder. The cages should be clean, the water fresh, and the smell shouldn't be too overpowering. The animals should look relatively clean, healthy, and alert. Stick your hands in the pen. If they react, whether running away or coming closer out of curiosity, this is usually a sign that they are healthy. It is not, however, hard at all to find free geese (and ducks). Just ask your friends if anything comes up. Often people have animals they can't care for anymore.
Bring them home. They should be brought home in a relatively large dog carrier that they cannot break free from. You will most likely need to hose the carrier off when you get home. The geese will be very upset from their capture and ride.
Clip their wings. You will save a lot of time and energy if you do this before releasing them. This is a 2-3 person job. Gently hold the neck (don't let it peck your face) and firmly (without squeezing) hold its body close to you. Male geese are very strong, so be prepared. Have one person gently take the wing and unfold it, cutting the shorter feathers at the base of the wing. Do not over cut and be extremely careful, because the animals will be struggling while you do this. You do not want to make them bleed; if you do, they may die.
Release the geese. It is best if you have a pond. Birds are safer in the water than in the middle of a pasture. Usher them to the pond in the morning. You can use a rake to guide them, but do not hurt them. This should be a pleasant experience. If you are able, usher them back to their pen/shed/barn before it gets dark. The next day, you should be able to simply let them out and leave them to find the pond on their own. You shouldn't have to bring them back to their pen again.
Buy quality poultry food. Geese will spend much time eating around their pond, as well as grazing on pasture grass. At the same time, just like humans, they need a balanced diet that satisfies their need for vitamins and minerals. Their food should be specifically designed for poultry (geese, ducks, etc.) and should come from your local clean feed store or Tractor Supply. You can add oats and grains to your goose's diet in the winter. If it is a gosling, feed gosling or duck mash to it.
Develop a feeding schedule. It may take a week or even two, but if you fed your geese while they were in the pen, they should learn that when they come back to the pen, they get food. Whenever you see the geese walking back to their pen, encourage them closer and feed them. Don't scare them off; try to watch at a good distance. After about a week of them coming to the pen to be fed, change their schedule. Now you should only feed them once a day, when it isn't dark outside. If they come up to the pen at random hours, resist the urge to feed them and only feed them at the time you determined. Stick to that schedule like a rule of life and they will learn quickly. It helps if there are other geese or ducks that come to the pen to be fed at the same time. Make sure there is enough food for them. If they are hanging around after they've finished, or if they are very thin and sickly, it likely means they are still hungry, so try feeding slightly larger rations until you are satisfied. If they look fat or are not eating all the food you set out, slightly reduce the rations until you are satisfied.
Supply fresh water at all times. This is often overlooked, considering the animals have a pond. However, this water can be quite dirty and should not be the birds' only source of fresh water. It's best if there can be running water, such as a stream, but this is often not possible. Instead, you should set out containers of clean water near their food. These should be refilled daily, regardless of how much water is left. Failing to dump them out can result in disgusting water, unhealthy living conditions, foul odors, and mosquito larvae. When the geese are young, they should be offered water in shallow troughs, as they cannot get wet until their mature feathers come in. If they do get wet, towel dry them and keep them warm. Failing to do so will result in chilling and even death in extreme cases.
Supply adequate shelter. Ducks and geese alike require shelter from storms, wind, and direct sunlight. They receive some shelter from the sun by sitting under large trees. However, it is recommended that you supply a small 3-sided shed, open hutch/pen, large awning over your barn, or even tarp stretched between two trees. They must have an area that is dry and free of drafts. Clean straw or bedding should be placed on the ground during cold weather or storms. The RSPCA recommends at least 1 square meter of ground area per goose. They should be able to come and go freely and be able to move around comfortably.
Protect your geese from predators. This is perhaps the most difficult step, because most of this is out of your hands. Some things are just out of your control. However, there are ways you can protect your geese and other poultry from predators. If you have the time, consider locking your geese in the adequate shelter described in Step 11 at night and letting them out during the day. Be aware that the shelter will be a mess and you will have to do a bit of cleaning. Simply scrape up droppings with a shovel and toss them outside, away from the shelter. Supply clean hay, bedding, or straw, dump waters outside and refill them. Clean food containers if necessary. Predators include bobcats, coyotes, dogs, and more. It is strongly advised that you do not shoot the predators, as you could accidentally shoot a goose, a neighbor's pet, or a harmless animal.
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Our bigger goose has become really aggressive, chasing and biting. What might be the reason for this?
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At the start of mating season (and during mating season) geese are very protective of their eggs. You have two choices: you can either walk away from the goose the moment it starts showing aggression, or you can make very strong eye contact (do NOT let up for even a second), stay calm and walk away (perpendicular movements if you can). If you are confident enough, you can also grab the goose and hold him/her under your arm (don't hurt it) until it calms down.
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How old does the goose have to be to let go in the wild?
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Never leave your pet goose in the wild. It is used to domesticity and is now dependent on your care. As such, there is never an appropriate time to release a domesticated goose into the wild.
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What can I do if my goose stops moving and becomes very cold?
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If it's a young goose with its feathers not developed, try a heat lamp. If that doesn't work, then your bird might be sick or depressed. Spend time with the young ones, if they are orphans. They get lonely and won't eat.
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Are foxes a risk to domestic geese?
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If the geese are not properly locked up/secure at night, yes, they can be.
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How can I care for my sick baby goose, who is only 6-days-old?
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At 6-days-old, the gosling requires heat, so use of a heat lamp is ideal. It also needs good clean water and a high quality starter feed for ducks and geese. Some pet stores or agricultural stores will stock liquids that can be added to their water for a vitamin boost or to treat certain illnesses such as coccidiosis, which may be worth thinking about. We have chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and peacocks and we always ensure we have some vitamin boosters around just in case.
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Do geese enjoy being pet/groomed? If so, where is the right place to pet the animal?
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Some geese do enjoy being petted. Usually they prefer to just have their necks or backs stroked. I have one gosling in particular that loves a rub down the back of the neck while it sits in my hand.
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If my geese won't use the dog kennel I put in their cage, should I shut them in it?
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Don't shut them in it, it may distress them, especially if they can smell dog in it (predator smell). Try putting food in it and coaxing them in there, it may take a little while, but eventually they can be "trained" to use the kennel.
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Is a goose a messy animal to raise?
Geese love nothing better than grooming themselves, especially if they have access to water. But due to their diet, they may poo quite a lot. Some people put nappies on their indoor geese, but they will need to be changed once every 3-4 hours.
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What could it be if my goose seems dizzy?
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Consult a vet for advice.
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How/ and when do geese mate and start laying eggs?
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About nine to 24 months of age is when they mate. They usually produce eggs a few week after the breeding.
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In time, your geese will go from scared to comfortable having you near them.
You don't need to clip their wings if they are babies or if they were raised on your land. You should only have to clip their wings that one time when you first acquired them. After that, if you abide by this article, they should know that this is home and that pen equals food.
They can live without a pond, but they will be in heaven if they have one. If you don't want to dig a pond, using a plastic kiddie pool is fine.
Do not chase your geese or they won't trust you. This will also make them scared to come to the barn for feeding time and they could starve to death.
Remember that geese, ducks, chickens, and other birds are prey. You will likely experience quite a few deaths. Try to make the time they have on earth as heavenly as possible for them. Besides following this article, there is not much else you can do to protect them.
Recommended Reading
"Storey's Illustrated Guide to Poultry Breeds by Carol Ekarius". This book contains color photography, a brief history, and a detailed description of more than 120 breeds of barnyard fowl, including geese and ducks.
"The Book of Geese: A Complete Guide to Raising the Home Flock" by Dave Holderread. Often referred to as the "goose bible", it is used for both beginners and experts.
"Starting with Geese" by Katie Thear. A new book on goose care on a small or commercial scale.
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Definition of goose noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
  goose   noun noun BrE BrE / / ?u?s / /   ; NAmE NAmE / / ?u?s / /   ( pl. geese BrE BrE / / ?i?s / /   ; NAmE NAmE / / ?i?s / /   ) Meat , Farm animals , Birds  
Add to my wordlist jump to other results 1 [ countable ] a bird like a large duck with a long neck. Geese either live wild or are kept on farms. Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective wild , roast … of geese flock , gaggle goose + verb waddle , hiss , honk , … See full entry See related entries: Farm animals , Birds 2 [ uncountable ] meat from a goose roast goose Oxford Collocations Dictionary adjective wild , roast … of geese flock , gaggle goose + verb waddle , hiss , honk , … See full entry See related entries: Meat 3 [ countable ] a female goose compare gander See related entries: Birds 4 [ countable ] ( old-fashioned , informal ) a silly person see also wild goose chase Word Origin Old English g?s , of Germanic origin; related to Dutch gans and German Gans , from an Indo-European root shared by Latin anser and Greek kh?n . Idioms cook somebody’s goose  
Add to my wordlist jump to other results ( informal ) to ruin somebody’s chances of success kill the goose that lays the golden egg/eggs  
Add to my wordlist jump to other results ( saying ) to destroy something that would make you rich, successful, etc. not say boo to a goose ( British English ) ( North American English not say boo to anyone )  
Add to my wordlist jump to other results to be very shy or gentle He's so nervous he wouldn't say boo to a goose. what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander  
Add to my wordlist jump to other results ( old-fashioned , saying ) what one person is allowed to do, another person must be allowed to do in a similar situation See goose in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary Check pronunciation: goose
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