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Old 04-13-2006, 05:58 PM   #1
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Since I'm doing duck for Easter (if you didn't know it already) I've been searching around for recipes and methods to cook and I found this very odd one. Food safety experts - this one sounds dangerous to me. Any comments?
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3 ea Young ducks, quartered or
Halved 1 c Red wine
1 ts Ginger, fresh, grated
1 ts Dry mustard
1/4 c Brown sugar
Trim off fat and smoke duck for 2 or 3 hours using cherry wood for fuel. Remove from smoker and marinate in the mixture above for at least overnight. Barbeque until done, 45 - 60 minutes. Baste with marinade while broiling.
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Old 04-13-2006, 06:49 PM   #2
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I would assume that ducks halved, at three hours would pretty much have them cooked. Marinating, overnight chilled is no problem, And seeing as that you are bringing the birds up to temp in the final quing I see no problem.
The only thing that would pose a problem is that if the poultry was not cook through, and was allowed to marinate in uncooked juices, I would not baste with the marinade anymore than halfway through the grilling process.
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Old 04-13-2006, 06:57 PM   #3
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How about-----

Ingredients & Directions

3 ea Young ducks, quartered or
Halved 1 c Red wine
1 ts Ginger, fresh, grated
1 ts Dry mustard
1/4 c Brown sugar
Reserve small amount for basting later.
marinate in the mixture above for at least overnight. Trim off fat and smoke duck for 2 or 3 hours using cherry wood for fuel. Remove from smoker and Barbeque until done, 45 - 60 minutes. Baste with reserved marinade while broiling.
might also wrap the duck in bacon-helps to keep from drying out and adds alittle flavor.
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Old 04-13-2006, 07:15 PM   #4
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I've never heard of marinating after cooking. Isn't that a waste of time? Wouldn't the meat have sealed when cooked?
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Old 04-14-2006, 03:53 AM   #5
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I think OSD has got it.
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I've never heard of marinating after cooking. Isn't that a waste of time? Wouldn't the meat have sealed when cooked?
I think the recipe was misprinted or typed incorrectly. I bet OSD has it right.
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Cook's illustrated did a piece on briskets in the last year or so. One batch, they cooked and sliced immediately after cooking, then weighed the slices. The other batch they let sit in the juices overnight and sliced and weighed them. The ones that rested in the juice (according to the mag) weighed more and had appeard to have re-absorbed liquid-- for what that's worth......
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Here is some ducks I did a while back: Quarter an apple, an oninon, and an orange. Rub duck with olive oil and rub one slice of orange all over duck. Sprinkle with your favorite rub inside and out. Stick the quartered pieces inside the duck. Cut a slit in the skin by the back body cavity opening, this is to tuck the legs through. Smoke like its a fat chicken, but watch for the duck fat- very flammable!
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Amazing how flammable animals are. <NEW ENERGY SOURCE>
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Amazing how flammable animals are. <NEW ENERGY SOURCE>
Actually an old energy source. Didn't Nero use Christians as street lamps in Rome?

(I AM NOT CALLING CHRISITIANS ANIMALS!!!!! People are made up of the same materials as animals. Take it easy.)

And later on, whale oil was the primary fuel for lights in this country.
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Old 04-14-2006, 02:30 PM   #11
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Actually an old energy source. Didn't Nero use Christians as street lamps in Rome?

(I AM NOT CALLING CHRISITIANS ANIMALS!!!!! People are made up of the same materials as animals. Take it easy.)

And later on, whale oil was the primary fuel for lights in this country.
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Old 04-14-2006, 03:20 PM   #12
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Convert cattle to auto fuel.
I wonder, how many miles to the cow?
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