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Steve Carney: Enjoy your geese the jerky way

While Steve Carney has found a variety of ways to enjoy a mallard or wood duck, he’s found that the best way to eat goose breast is after it’s converted to jerky. (Photo by Steve Carney)

I love cooking game birds as much as I do walleyes and crappies, and over the years I’ve tried cooking Canada geese in a variety of ways, from crockpots to stir-fry, but I just hadn’t found a way I liked to eat it until I began making jerky.
The past two seasons I have harvested a few geese and kept the breasts in a freezer, and now I think I’ve come up with two jerky recipes that work for me.

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