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goose eggs

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by lurk_much, Mar 1, 2011.

  1. lurk_much

    lurk_much Occasional commenter

    I have just noticed I have 7 goose eggs in the hut, I changed the bedding less than a fortnight ago so they are reasonably fresh. What do you think, boiled egg and monster soldiers?
    They are a bit grubby looking even when cleaned.

     
  2. landaise

    landaise Occasional commenter

    I just looked up on a forum which states that they can often be contaminated by bacteria, frequently salmonella, so advice is to cook them thoroughly. Omelette rather than boiled, methinks!
     
  3. lurk_much

    lurk_much Occasional commenter

    Just had a fairly solid cheese omelette made with a single egg.
    But I now feel that it may have been a mistake considering the salmonella threat.
    I just weighed a couple, 160g each.
    Pity we don't have a gander, goslings would be good.

     
  4. bombaysapphire

    bombaysapphire Star commenter

    I've only had goose egg once. It was delicious scrambled on toast with butter and marmite. MMMmmm!
     
  5. Boil for seven minutes for a soft yolk. Or poach them in boiling water and have on on two thick slices of toast.

    These guys have lots of recipes on their website:-

    www.farleyhillgeese.co.uk

    Have fun with them!
     

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