Want to get more out of the ducks and geese you brought home last season? Or do you want to know – exactly – what you can do with a whole duck or goose you bought in the store? Come on down to the Sacramento Library (828 I Street, downtown) and I will walk you through the ins and outs of cooking waterfowl.
This will be a seminar with lots of Q&A — basically I hope it to be everything you ever wanted to know about cooking ducks and geese but were afraid to ask.
The event is free, and begins at 6:25 pm. There will be copies of my new book “Duck, Duck, Goose” for sale afterwards.
Bodega Bay, CA
Excellent tides on a weekend?! Yes, please. I will be taking advantage of this by leading a class on how to catch Northern California’s largest clams: Horsenecks and Washington clams; the tides won’t be good enough for geoducks, though. The tide is early, so we will be in Bodega Bay and head out onto the salt flat.
Cost: $50 and includes brunch (I’m cooking), and a copy of either Duck, Duck, Goose: The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Waterfowl, Both Farmed and Wild or my first book, Hunt, Gather, Cook: Finding the Forgotten Feast.