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Kent Wibble's Grilled Geese

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1 Onion
1 Green bell pepper
1 Apple
Don't dice; leave big slices.
-- You'll see why.

Filet the breast, cut breast in half. Place three geese in ziplock bag. Add above ingredients. Pick your amounts for the following: Add your favorite Bbq Sauce Add Worchestershire Sauce Add Soy Sauce Add a little heat if you wish, your choice Place it all in the ziplock and marinate at least overnight. Two or three days are better to get rid of the wild taste. Can leave for a week. When marinated: For each breast cut: Lay two pieces of bacon in a cross. Lay breast cut in middle of bacon cross Spread a little bbq sauce across bacon and on filets Stack a slice of green pepper, apple and onion on top of filet Bring each end of bacon over top of sliced veggies Stick one toothpick through bacon ends, veggies and the filet. Spread alittle more bbq sauce on bacon BBQ and smoke'm on grill until bacon looks done, your call. This recipe works well with all waterfowl, deer and most big game depended on your tastebuds. Mastercook Formatted By Kurt Lucas Submitted to the BBQ Mailing List by "Kent Wible" on Jan 20, 1999, converted by MC_Buster. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Yield: 1 serving

Preparation Time: 0:00


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