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Old 08-02-2015, 11:01 PM   #11
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Duck tongues? What the heck do you do with duck tongues?

Our nearest Asian market is 40 minutes away. I see a roadtrip in my near future.
The oriental market where I trade sells all sorts of unusual critters and parts including tongues and feet. Lots of strange fish. Some I've tried and some not.

I've found Orientals in general proud of their cuisine and willing to take the time to give you their favorite recipe.

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Old 08-02-2015, 11:25 PM   #12
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I can just envision myself on Chopped, with duck tongues, Brussels sprouts, and liver. Lord, please take me now!
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Old 08-03-2015, 01:29 AM   #13
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Go buy a whole duck and break it down, it isn't hard. Do pan seared duck breasts and then make confit out of the legs.
You're far too reasonable my friend.

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I can just envision myself on Chopped, with duck tongues, Brussels sprouts, and liver. Lord, please take me now!


Great link Jim!! Yummy.........
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Old 08-03-2015, 10:31 AM   #14
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You're far too reasonable my friend.
Just trying to talk sense into you before you over spend on duck parts...

A local grocer has duck breast for sale at like $18/pound. I can buy the whole duck for less than a pound of breasts. And I get to keep the excess skin for fat.
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Just trying to talk sense into you before you over spend on duck parts...

A local grocer has duck breast for sale at like $18/pound. I can buy the whole duck for less than a pound of breasts. And I get to keep the excess skin for fat.
You're so right Frank..that whole duck I bought was $18.00.

I want to bring something to your attention though on that web site from GG.....besides duck tongues, they also have duck feet !! That's gotta be for you.. there's a whole new take on Voodoo duck stock!!
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Voodoo duck stock!??! Oh my..

I don't know if am going to remain conscious.
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