This tasty spin on the American classic features duck burger and red wine caramelized onions, pan-fried in a cast-iron skillet and topped with shaved Brussels sprouts, served on a fresh brioche bun.
This duck leg recipe gives you crispy, crackling skin and moist, tender duck meat on the inside. Friends don’t let friends waste duck legs!
For hunters new to baking, our smoked duck fat focaccia couldn’t be easier. Knead the dough, let it rise, and pop it on the smoker. Top the bread with duck prosciutto to give it more wild game flavor.
All you need for delicious pan-seared duck breasts is duck fat and some salt and pepper. Add a sweet yet mature blackberry bourbon sauce to top it off.
Are we combining traditional French cuisine with an American backwoods grilling method? You bet we are.
This duck taco recipe ties a bright citrus marinade and creamy orange cabbage slaw together with the flavor of wild duck. It pairs perfectly with a classic bourbon old-fashioned.
If you’re tired of frying up duck sausage and eggs, this recipe for Spanish paella with duck sausage is for you.