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Just wanted to say thanx for the duck-meat suggestions. Ended up doing a cassoulet, which turned out AWESOME. Y'all rock!! :)

asked by @ladyhawke82 over 6 years ago

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added over 6 years ago

Recipe please! :-)

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added over 6 years ago

Take leftover duck meat, 1# bacon, 1# sausage (I used chorizo), 13oz can white beans, garlic, onions (I used white), tomato, and herbs/spices. Par-fry sausage on stovetop, slice onions and dice tomatoes. Layer as follows in slow-cooker or Dutch oven: Beans, bacon, duckmeat, onion/tomato, sausage, herbs (I used rosemary and parsley), with a few garlic cloves dotted around. Repeat with a second layer if you have room. Season with salt, pepper, or whatever other spices you want. If using a slow-cooker, do 1 hour on HIGH, 3-4 on LOW. If using a Dutch oven, I believe it should be 1-2 hours at 350*, but don't quote me on that. :)

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