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Old 06-01-2010, 03:46 PM   #11
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I'd really recommend using the string and fan so it rotates and drips, at least 4-6 hours... Any small hook will screw in under a cabinet will work fine for a 5lb duck, I don't think having it on a rack would be as good but I suppose it may work if the area is cool and dry. I speculate that if the duck is touching a rack it will not have the crispness on the skin in those areas due to the liquid rubbing off rather than drying on it.
eesnas I will use the string and fan method I was just thinking of a place to hang it and thought maybe a dryer rack would work, but you're right if it touched the rack it might not have the same crispness, so I will look for a better place so that my fine feathered friend has his own space... Thankx for the imput...
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Old 06-01-2010, 04:32 PM   #12
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eesnas I will use the string and fan method I was just thinking of a place to hang it and thought maybe a dryer rack would work, but you're right if it touched the rack it might not have the same crispness, so I will look for a better place so that my fine feathered friend has his own space... Thankx for the imput...

Actually, you could just use the rack but rather than lie it on the rack just hang it from a string tied to the rack with a pan under, I don't see any reason why that won't work...
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Old 06-01-2010, 05:53 PM   #13
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I thought about hanging it on the front porch, but the neighbors would gawk, and it might draw flies.

Think I found the answer.....I have a wash tub in the laundry room....I can screw a hook into the bottom of the cabinet above it, and hang it there. Do you have that kind of a setup Mimi?
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Old 06-01-2010, 06:04 PM   #14
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I thought about hanging it on the front porch, but the neighbors would gawk, and it might draw flies.

Think I found the answer.....I have a wash tub in the laundry room....I can screw a hook into the bottom of the cabinet above it, and hang it there. Do you have that kind of a setup Mimi?
I also thought about hanging it outside but I was sure it wasn't suppose to cook at the same time... You're so damn smart Kayelle, I do have a laundry tub with wire shelving above it, what was I thinking... Great idea... Hmmmm now how to keep the kitty away from the dangling duck!!!
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