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goose for Xmas dinner

Hi hounds,

My old man wants a goose for Xmas dinner. He's had a rough year, so I told him I'd see what I could do. I've found a recipe that looks like it will be good, but have no idea where to go to buy one. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

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  1. Savenor's generally has them this time of year. I'd give them a call first, though.

    http://www.savenorsmarket.com/

    p.s. it won't be cheap.

    1. I bet Whole Foods and maybe Star Markets have it, probably frozen. Remember to roast with water in the pan to prevent smoking. You'll wind up with a gallon of goose fat.

      1. Maybe you are adventurous enough to try goose confit. It's much easier on a home kitchen and in my opinion a better way to eat goose.

        1. For cooking tips check with the Home Cooking board.

          1. Whole Foods does have geese. A year or so ago there was a terrific article in Saveur on an Austrian Christmas dinner featuring goose. It looked wonderful. I may try it too this year.

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            1. re: DeniseM

              I roasted a Whole Foods goose last year. It was very good, and we were cooking with the rendered fat (french fries, duck confit, you name it) for the next three months.