#MyGooseIsCooked Workshop Cooks Up Another Holiday Option
Turkey is a traditional holiday favorite with Americans. Or is it? We certainly eat a lot of it (in 2019, 88% of Americans surveyed by the National Turkey Federation said they eat turkey on Thanksgiving), but are we always loving it?
Just in case turkey isn’t your favorite, or you’d like to try something new, we’re sharing this invitation from The Livestock Conservancy. They’re challenging more people to cook geese for friends and family this December.
from The Livestock Conservancy
Learn how to cook a goose with celebrated chefs Ariane and Alix Daguin of D’Artagnan Farms Foundation! Ariane and Alix will guide you through the intricacies of roasting a delicious bird with juicy anecdotes about one of the smartest animals in the barnyard.
During the virtual #MyGooseIsCooked Workshop, Ariane and Alix will demonstrate how to cook both a heritage breed Roman goose and a commercial Emden goose at the D’Artagnan stove and Jeannette Beranger, senior program manager at The Livestock Conservancy, will showcase the advantages of raising heritage breed poultry on small farms.
Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Time: 4–5:30 p.m. EST
Registration deadline: December 4, 2020
Register online with D’Artagnan.
More than just a cooking demo:
- Zoom class online (Learn to cook from your own kitchen!)
- Register for just the class, or get the bundle (class registration plus a good, truffles, truffle oil, and demi-glace).
- Ask Ariane, Alix, and Jeannette questions during the workshop.
- Special guest appearances from geese around the D’Artagnan Farm and Ellie Mocker’s Roman and Cotton Patch geese at Holly Hill Ranch.
Ellie supplied the Roman Goose to Ariane and Alix for the #MyGooseIsCooked workshop.
- After the workshop, you’ll get a recording of the class so you can impress your friends and family with a cooked goose in the future.
The Livestock Conservancy encourages you to post photos or video of you cooking a goose as part of the #MyGooseIsCooked December Facebook Challenge. Be sure to tag @Dartagnanfoods and @LivestockConservancy in your posts.