Making a duck terrine is not as hard as you might think, although you do need some equipment. Why bother in the first place? Because terrines are the pinnacle of ground meat dishes, and can include all kinds of interesting bits inside. A terrine is essentially a firm pâté with something inside it. Either way, it
Duck Recipes and Goose Recipes
A huge selection of duck recipes that work with wild ducks as well as store-bought, and can also be used as goose recipes.
A Cantonese duck noodle soup recipe that works with wild or farmed duck. Roast duck with noodles, a duck broth, mustard greens and ginger. Simple and refined.
Duck with bigarade sauce is the original duck a l’orange, dating back to at least 1825, and likely before that. It’s a classic for a reason. Before there was the gloppy 1960s version of duck a l’orange that tastes more like cheap, steam-table Chinese sweet-and-sour sauce, this classic version of the recipe is lighter and
Pulled duck is very close to pulled pork, and can be done in several ways for different results. Here’s how to make it at home. Works great with geese, too.
Duck stock is a foundational ingredient in my kitchen. It stands in for beef stock around these parts. And even if you only find yourself with a duck or goose carcass once in a while, you’ll want to know how to make this, so you can get more out of your purchase. Duck stock plays
Duck with apples is a classic combination, especially in France, where there is a similar dish called chicken Normandy that I make with pheasant. This version is simpler. I named this dish “Ducks in the Orchard,” and came up with it for the “Duck Off,” a friendly cooking competition I had years ago with the
Duck or goose burgers are a great use for skinless meat. Here’s how I make them, with caramelized onions, cheese and homemade mayo.
A recipe for Persian fesenjan, made with duck or goose. Fesenjan is a thick stew that hinges on walnuts and pomegranate molasses. Chicken or pheasant work well, too.