I impulsively purchased a goose. This bird is free-range and also hormone-free so it seemed like a good choice as compared to the traditional farm-raised Butterball. It was quite expensive and now I am nervous and would not like a $50 bird to be an epic fail of a Christmas dinner. Does anyone have any experience with roasting a goose in a paleo fashion as opposed to internet recipes calling for canola oil and bread stuffing?
This Gordon Ramsay goose looks awesome: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88MHrk0qA1c
As far as I can tell making a goose is not much different than a turkey, except you have to be prepared to collect a lot of fat.
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