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Topic: Cooked Goose . . . . From: aemax,
Subject: Re: Recipe for cooked goose
Can you forward information on recipe and cooking a goose. I have propane gas Charmglo. Also a rotisserie.
Hi Max, As far as manners in correspondence, your goose is already cooked.
Bring the goose to room temp. and stuff with one each apple and onion coarsely slice with 2 ribs celery. Salt and pepper to taste. Heat the grill to 350°F, put on the goose. Baste occasionally with a mixture of 1/2 oil & 1/2 water until thermometer stuck into the thickest part of the thigh - not touching bone - reads 155°F. Allow to cool 10 minutes before slicing.