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Aging duck... #7604685 09/12/19 12:56 AM
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When I first started aging duck there was not much info on the internet, now there is a ton of info, just go google it. But my favorite way is to breast them skin on pepper them up, put in big tupperware, lid lose on top, make one end higher so juice drains to one side, give it some love and flip once a day, don't let it dry out. Took this pic today BWT shot on Saturday, these are ready to eat they will be so good. up

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Re: Aging duck... [Re: Guy] #7604699 09/12/19 01:21 AM
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Teal is the best
Even people that don’t like duck like teal

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Cool. Save that duck fat and render it if it's not orange. Good on mashed potatoes and green beens. Glad you got some teal. I cant remember who said it but,

Mr. Mallard and even Mr. King himself will sometimes cheat on you and partake of the invertebrates but Mr Pintail and Mr. Teal are faithful to the seed and will never let you down.


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Someday I'm going top try teal hunting and eating. Someday.....


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Re: Aging duck... [Re: Guy] #7605143 09/12/19 03:18 PM
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I assume you are putting them in the Refrigerator??


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Re: Aging duck... [Re: Aggiedukmaster] #7605208 09/12/19 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Aggiedukmaster
I assume you are putting them in the Refrigerator??

Yes. I’ll age them whole as well in the fridge, breast up. These sat in the fridge a couple days before I cleaned them, but that is not my preference. After couple days in the tupperware, the blood drains off..

Re: Aging duck... [Re: jnd59] #7605327 09/12/19 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by jnd59
Cool. Save that duck fat and render it if it's not orange. Good on mashed potatoes and green beens. Glad you got some teal. I cant remember who said it but,

Mr. Mallard and even Mr. King himself will sometimes cheat on you and partake of the invertebrates but Mr Pintail and Mr. Teal are faithful to the seed and will never let you down.



That was in "The Old Man and the Boy" by Robert Ruark.


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Thanks. I couldn't remember where I read that. I'm sure the quote is not exact but close. Read that book twice. It's about time to pull i tout again.


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I age mine with feathers on and guts in.
About 7 days in cooler then clean. Incredible difference in taste.

Re: Aging duck... [Re: huntwest] #7606967 09/14/19 11:25 PM
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Grilled them last night on cast iron/gas grill, they were delish. My wife likes her's more done so they go on first, skin/fat side down.. You want to cook on fat side down as much as possible to render down that duck fat which will never be completely get done. But once you get that caramelizing going it is rocken. smile ani

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