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#5427684 - 11/17/14 08:35 PM Who is cooking duck?
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Done this 2 nights in a row, dang good...

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Tony's to season duck. Get thick cut bacon.. I like pickled jalapeno, slice in half, stuff with cheese..



Half slice of bacon will do, duck on each side...







Got this little cast iron griddle at Academy, want to say it was only $8. Love it on my gas grill, works great for duck poppers...



Delish. up

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#5427729 - 11/17/14 08:53 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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Tasty. Especially with teal
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#5427763 - 11/17/14 09:04 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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Holy smokes. That looks awesome. Will definitely try that this year.
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#5427976 - 11/17/14 10:45 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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I use cream cheese but same concept, me and my wife love it!!!
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#5428017 - 11/17/14 11:10 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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#5428243 - 11/18/14 07:34 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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wow I'm trying this
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#5428263 - 11/18/14 07:45 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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I bet the cast iron is a nice way to brown the bacon quicker

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#5428287 - 11/18/14 07:57 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: jdk1985]
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Guy, next time you do this try this instead of using bacon.

Pluck the breast, start on the side of the bird and filet up to the breast bone, then down the other side, leaving the 2 individual breasts connected with the skin. That way you don't have to use bacon. Just season the meat with a little seasoning of your choice and put the jalapeno and cheese between the 2 and toothpick them together.
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#5428305 - 11/18/14 08:08 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: john paul]
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Originally Posted By: john paul
Guy, next time you do this try this instead of using bacon.

Pluck the breast, start on the side of the bird and filet up to the breast bone, then down the other side, leaving the 2 individual breasts connected with the skin. That way you don't have to use bacon. Just season the meat with a little seasoning of your choice and put the jalapeno and cheese between the 2 and toothpick them together.

Amazing I have never tried that before, I like the idea of leaving together, that way you have skin all around. I'm doing that next time. That bacon is a crutch. grin

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#5428327 - 11/18/14 08:17 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: CinchMan]
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Originally Posted By: CinchMan
I use cream cheese but same concept, me and my wife love it!!!

My only new twist here is cooking it on a cast iron flat surface. I tried doing it on my cast iron skillet, and it filled up with grease and was not good. The grease needs drain off, but when you put it on hot, just right, the cast iron flat surface makes the bacon crispy, while leaving duck med rare. I did it like this the other night and did a better job, only cooked 3 so less grease.

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#5428408 - 11/18/14 08:50 AM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: john paul
Guy, next time you do this try this instead of using bacon.

Pluck the breast, start on the side of the bird and filet up to the breast bone, then down the other side, leaving the 2 individual breasts connected with the skin. That way you don't have to use bacon. Just season the meat with a little seasoning of your choice and put the jalapeno and cheese between the 2 and toothpick them together.

Amazing I have never tried that before, I like the idea of leaving together, that way you have skin all around. I'm doing that next time. That bacon is a crutch. grin


Yep, I think I am going to have to go get one of those flat irons. If there is even a little fat on the bird it can flare up on the grill as bad, if not worse than bacon.
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#5429124 - 11/18/14 01:24 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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#5429183 - 11/18/14 01:45 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: john paul]
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Originally Posted By: john paul
Guy, next time you do this try this instead of using bacon.

How dare you talk about bacon that way.....
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#5429207 - 11/18/14 01:52 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: Guy]
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Also, turkey bacon works best. Less salty
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#5430035 - 11/18/14 07:08 PM Re: Who is cooking duck? [Re: beaversnipe]
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Also, turkey bacon works best. Less salty

That stuff tastes like cardboard, my wife has bought that before, if I'm gonna eat bacon, it's going to be the real thing. I have tried the low sodium bacon before and that's not bad.

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