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Danbo K
Danbo K 2 months ago

I think you did a great job, I'm a chef so I can tell you, Chinese 5 spice isn't for everybody, taste like black licorice 🤮. I brine all my poultry, and let it air dry before roasting or grilling.

Kathleen Mccarthy
Kathleen Mccarthy 2 months ago

Deliciously elegant! Think I'll be trying this for holiday 2020 lol
I've used a similar glaze with soy & orange marmalade on roast duck and/or cornish hens...fabulous - luv your videos😁

FLYBOY123456789 2 months ago

I'm coming over for dinner...nicely done...

PepeLePew125 2 months ago

Oooh, mami...cita?

Rob Lynch
Rob Lynch 2 months ago

We used to have roast goose growing up. We kept the rendered fat for chicken fried steaks...the flavor of those steaks was incredible.

Charo 2 months ago

Your goose is cooked!
Just a little humor!

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Veronica Salas
Veronica Salas 2 months ago

Thanks for doing this video. One of my closest friends (Hawaiian/Filipino) had Goose every year at Thanksgiving. I’d never tried it because I love turkey so much, but have always kept it in mind. Thanks for the inspiration 😊👍

Chasidy Mystic
Chasidy Mystic 2 months ago

You are so on top of shit and on your game!!!!!✌🏻❤️❤️

Donna Duke
Donna Duke 2 months ago

Can not hear you very well .you are sounding different than before .. what has changed? Good video

Cynthia Mendoza-Torres

This reminds me of when Ma Ingalls roasted a goose for Christmas Eve. She laid thin slices of salt pork over it. (By the shores of silver lake book) I always wondered how a cooked goose looked.

Elena Cabrera
Elena Cabrera 2 months ago


K Stewart
K Stewart 2 months ago

Wow. Bob Crachitt and family would be proud! To quote Tiny Tim, "God bless us everyone!" Merry Christmas.

Melissa Marchant
Melissa Marchant 2 months ago

I love ur recipes!!! But I have 1 question what do u do with the all the food u cook on ur channel.?? Lol ur food always looks super yummy and I just wonder!! Thank u so much for sharing all ur great ideas and recipes with us!!!🙏🙏😘😘😍 I have tryed making ur flour tortillas but my didnt turn out so good😱😱😭😭😭 I followed ur recipe word for word and for some reason they didnt turn out good! But I'm gonna try ur tamales recipe tomorrow!!👍👍 wish me luck!! U rock!!🙏🙏😘😘😍😍

Scott Klocke
Scott Klocke 2 months ago

You can make a great gravy from some of that fat.

Jesse Bentley
Jesse Bentley 2 months ago

I use your rub. I stuffed it a little differently, wild rice,
Apples, apricots, and half a peeled Orange.
Apparently I did something right because everybody ate it and I didn't get any.
Once again thank you for the inspiration! You are a domestic goddess!

2choosewisely2 2 months ago

goose is very popular in germany, and definitely a favorite, for christmas but also all year long (very old traditionally, like sunday goose). i guess my german 'traditional culture' as a 'hunters culture' other things that are great to try are wild boar, pheasant, rabbit. germans used to have a very 'celebrated' hunters 'guild' i guess you could say (like jägermeister is literally the highest rank of that old no longer existing probably guild translates to 'hunter master' as an occupation). and of course there is always deer, venison. but when you used that final basting mixture just from the ingredients i could tell that was going to be a great 'finish' for a goose, as the little bit of sweet really brings out the flavor. definitely something to try. not sure if you know about brining, which helps if you want to avoid dry meat (i'm not really a great cook, so that works for me).

One old dog
One old dog 2 months ago

Like many things in the culinary world,roast goose is an acquired taste. Gamey,maybe, but if you roast it correctly it’s fabulous. Don’t be afraid to explore. Merry Christmas and happy holidays.😎👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Peggy Little Dragon
Peggy Little Dragon 2 months ago

Never had goose,this looks sooooo good!🇺🇸❤️🌻🌷

Lu DH 2 months ago


Erics Granny
Erics Granny 2 months ago

I have never had goose either! Bless your sweet 💓! Love all your videos! Hugs and Happy holidays!

Jan G.
Jan G. 2 months ago

Goose fat makes superb cooking fat, say, for fried potatoes, and little is actually absorbed. It is also an old time healing salve. Keep a small jar in the refrigerator for that. Label it. People should not be throwing out goose fat. Good grief look online what it costs. ;-)

I roast goose at a high temp on a rack,with the goose skin pricked all over to release the fat. Save the fat, lower the temp to 250F. That fat is precious, people.

Margaret Norton
Margaret Norton 2 months ago

Wow! That's a pretty good looking first goose. I tried cooking a duck once, but ended up with a whole lot of grease and a crispy bag of bones. I don't think I'd have the nerve to try a goose.

Jeanette Waverly
Jeanette Waverly 2 months ago

Mmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmmm! I am drooling all over my tablet!

MrKErocks 2 months ago

Shoot, I can't afford a duck much less a goose! You did a beautiful job! BTW, giblets "g" is pronounced like "j" in jump (I'm so helpful, right? LOL). Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Training Olives
Training Olives 2 months ago

Wow, this was never on my radar until watching this! I think I’m going to give it a try. ♥️

Ann Lopez
Ann Lopez 2 months ago

A goose?? They are so bothersome in NY

Paul Ringgenberg
Paul Ringgenberg 2 months ago

Too cool cooking a goose. So when’s supper?

Forbidden Chocolate
Forbidden Chocolate 2 months ago

You're so brave to record while making this for the first time! Great job mama, it looks beautiful. 🙂

Lori Mendenhall
Lori Mendenhall 2 months ago

Yr so sweet omg yr good cook mamma g.

Lori Mendenhall
Lori Mendenhall 2 months ago

Tell him.cook it cook or someone

Lori Mendenhall
Lori Mendenhall 2 months ago

Why isnt anybody helping you .omg love you msmmsa g.always. lm texas

Lori Mendenhall
Lori Mendenhall 2 months ago

Oh my goodnesd why you cooking that why not turkekey

Roy Jaquez
Roy Jaquez 2 months ago

Definitely made this seem much less daunting.

candi 1152
candi 1152 2 months ago

I so appreciate your videos. I've learned so much

Ilovefood Myers
Ilovefood Myers 2 months ago

I've always wondered what goose taste like......Can't wait to make this

dab Koala Arts
dab Koala Arts 2 months ago

Awesome video
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Micki D
Micki D 2 months ago

I've never had goose, but love duck. Do they taste similar?

Mortis 2 months ago

me encanta tu canal, desde la receta de los tamales 😂 gracias tho 😉

Becky Hines
Becky Hines 2 months ago

Not ever had goose before. I know my mom cooked duck once it was good. Hope your family has a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 🍗

Todd's Tropicals
Todd's Tropicals 2 months ago

Goose fat roast potatoes = heaven! Or Yorkshire pudding 😮

Todd's Tropicals
Todd's Tropicals 2 months ago

Goose is good!!! I've cooked a many of them and duck.

Apache-Yaqui Brown
Apache-Yaqui Brown 2 months ago

I love your videos, but ever since you changed your channel name your view numbers seem to be down, ever consider changing it back?

Jan Alexander
Jan Alexander 2 months ago

Great job!

Dianne Fitzsimmons
Dianne Fitzsimmons 2 months ago

I cooked a Goose in a fuel stove in 1974. So so good. Squeeze out the oil gland under the tail to help. (I say this before watching your vid)

Velma Munoz
Velma Munoz 2 months ago

Awesome 👍, thank you for making a goose! Always great to try something different for the holidays 😊 And the sauce to glaze the goose seems to be a great addition to flavor the skin 👍🏼👍🏼

Bonita Wauls
Bonita Wauls 2 months ago

Hi, sweetheart. I love you and your videos! Want to ask you a question, personal. I am a lifetime nurse so forgive my bluntness. You look like you have not quite recovered yet. How are you feeling. I want to wish you rest, pamper yourself, and more rest. Please have a safe, happy, healthy, Christmas. Don't overdo yourself. You are my A number one favorite person on you tube. I am also 69 yrs old and, yes, kind of grandma- ish. Feel better, hon. Two kids can run you ragged. Mine did. Love you.

Lorene Nath
Lorene Nath 2 months ago

Merry Christmas! Love your channel!

Tory Rowan
Tory Rowan 2 months ago

Not dry? I always heard it was a dry meat

Kandace Espinoza
Kandace Espinoza 2 months ago

What does goose taste like?

Tory Rowan
Tory Rowan 2 months ago

Girl if nothing else, I had to click on that thumbnail lol

Michael DePew
Michael DePew 2 months ago

Dark meat's best IMO, and that thing looks like it's solid dark meat.

steve reist
steve reist 2 months ago

Came out very nice

Michael DePew
Michael DePew 2 months ago

My mind goes places, but that skin truss made me think of the Saw movie series for some reason. Awesome video.

Nancy Kuhlmann
Nancy Kuhlmann 2 months ago

That looks amazing for a first timer!!

harleyguyinmilw 2 months ago

I LOVE your expression's when your tasting the goose. It looks terrific! I've often wondered about roasting a goose, you made look a lot less scary! Merry Christmas!!

Rainy Jo
Rainy Jo 2 months ago

I’ve been cooking dinners for 30 plus years and I’ve never ever seen a goose for sale at the grocery stores around Lots in the sky though, so I guess if you shoot your own, but that’s great that your area carries them!! Looks amazing! Merry Christmas!! 🎄 🎁 ☃️🎅🏼🙏🏼

steve reist
steve reist 2 months ago

Much different than chicken

MsValerieDev 2 months ago

Looks delicious. I think I will definitely try to make this.

linda parker
linda parker 2 months ago

I’ve had the opportunity but I have never eaten a goose before ! Nope ! I don’t think I will began either ! Great job ! Your kitty is so precious !
Exactly my reason for not trying goose ? Gamy ?
Merry Christmas to you & your Fmly !

Nina Morris
Nina Morris 2 months ago

That’s awesome chef Ramsey would be proud of you

Cool Calm and Mom
Cool Calm and Mom 2 months ago

This was amazing. Does it taste different than turkey? The bird looked more stiff than turkey I think. I made my first turkey this year and glad it turned out good. Happy holidays ❤️

Diane Johanson
Diane Johanson 2 months ago

I have never made a goose. Was always afraid, like you said, it might have a gamey taste. I’ve never had duck either for the same reason. My husband said he had duck once and it tasted fishy because they eat fish. Plus I was surprised the goose had such a dark colored meat. Not sure my family would eat it. You are braver than me. How did your family like it?

Willowfire26 2 months ago

This is unrelated but, I loved your cat. A black and white cat lying on a black and white design pillow near a beautiful fire place. What wonderful commercial you could have made with a Christmas theme! Lol. Merry Christmas!

Brandi Reichert
Brandi Reichert 2 months ago

I am 66yrs old but I have to try this.
You made it look so good.
Blessings to you and your family.
Niagara Falls,New York

Mz Erica
Mz Erica 2 months ago

I enjoyed this. I wanted to try a piece lol.

allentown Gal
allentown Gal 2 months ago

Happy Holidays!

Judy T
Judy T 2 months ago

I cooked a goose about 20 years ago. I was shocked at how much fat was rendered. I kept having to drain the roasting pan so it wouldn’t overflow. In the end, it wasn’t worth the trouble and I would have preferred turkey.

Y C Green
Y C Green 2 months ago

Hi, looks delicious! I have never made one, but I would try it now. Maybe for New Years Day. I will be making ham this Christmas. Hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas! 🎄🎅❄⛄

Simone Goyeneche
Simone Goyeneche 2 months ago

🤭 wow, what a monster! I did a Christmas goose one year. Now I do Cornish hens.

Richard Dunhill
Richard Dunhill 2 months ago

It is beautiful and making my mouth water. My parents were European and roast a goose almost every Christmas. Brings back great memories.

Brittney Mccomb
Brittney Mccomb 2 months ago

Apple jelly would of been great to brush it that would of been good too

Andrew Salgado
Andrew Salgado 2 months ago

Omg someone share the video with Gordon

Smokin Dauberdoo420
Smokin Dauberdoo420 2 months ago


Mary Smith
Mary Smith 2 months ago

Your so brave. My son wanted a Christmas Goose. I was to chicken to try. Looks good. Have you made prime rib?

Mike Croft
Mike Croft 2 months ago

Make sure and save the grease, Goose Grease Cookies are great.

Cheryl Agnew
Cheryl Agnew 2 months ago

Looked good ! 👍👍😊❤️

Christy Rawlings
Christy Rawlings 2 months ago


Mar H
Mar H 2 months ago

Looks delicious and a very delicious plate !!! Thank you for sharing ... ☆☆☆☆☆

nelda blanco
nelda blanco 2 months ago

Cornish hens sounds good too!

GamingWithMus 2 months ago

I've never had goose. How would you describe the taste?

robin mcmillen
robin mcmillen 2 months ago

Thank you for showing us how to cook a goose

Harley Dancer
Harley Dancer 2 months ago

Get the cook book the joy of cooking you can learn a lot in it. I have had one since the 7th grade.✌👍

Gonzalo Manriquez
Gonzalo Manriquez 2 months ago

I’m going goose hunting in the morning. May have to give this a shot too.

Alistair Cooke
Alistair Cooke 2 months ago

Where's the wine to drink with that delicious looking dish? Merry Christmas 🎄 God bless 😃

Deborah Bradshaw
Deborah Bradshaw 2 months ago

I am 68 years old and born and lived in Texas my whole life and have never eaten goose. I think I my try it now. Good job.

Leilani J
Leilani J 2 months ago

Is it as strong as duck? I don’t see any “light” meat.

Alyssa 2 months ago

This makes me think of the Christmas story when they go to the restaurant and eat a goose.. you did a wonderful job and looks about delicious. Happy to you and your family take care☃️♥️🎁☺️

Yvette Arnold
Yvette Arnold 2 months ago

My family use goose gas as a cold remedy. Look delicious.

A V 2 months ago

Which store did you find it at??

Winnie Chilton
Winnie Chilton 2 months ago

Where to get a goose

James Dooling
James Dooling 2 months ago

I should watch your whole videos before commenting. Cheers!

1960alp 2 months ago

I've never cooked a goose before, thank you for sharing this!

James Dooling
James Dooling 2 months ago

Jennifer Paterson said, old bread sauteed in goose fat is YUM YUM.

Lenin's kitchen
Lenin's kitchen 2 months ago

Wow very nice job Angelica. 🙂

Carolyn S
Carolyn S 2 months ago

Where in the world did you find a goose? BTW, it looks wonderful. I think the soy, fat and honey is a excellent idea. I season my fried chicken with soy. It's so good.

Laurie Huber
Laurie Huber 2 months ago

Oh my gosh...the look on your face on the start up page! 😂😂😂

James Dooling
James Dooling 2 months ago

I used Gordon's recipe too! The Chinese five-spice version. I saved the fat as per instructions. Tons of fat! I used it for the next month... For potatoes.

Francesca Quintanilla

Looks yummy.

Cactus Roadrunner
Cactus Roadrunner 2 months ago

Well done and brave!! Happy holidays...Merry Christmas and Happy New year! You're an inspiration.