You may not be out in the marshes with your own duck calls, but that doesn't mean that you can't enjoy the great flavors of this feathered fowl.
We love duck in all sorts of ways. If you want to blend the great tastes of the South together in the perfect topping, try some Classic Roasted Duck with Orange-Bourbon-Molasses Glaze. This cooks to a golden-brown, crispy perfection. For some New Orleans flair, try a plate of Duck Confit with Dirty Rice, or some Prosciutto-Wrapped Duck with Gumbo Gravy. There is always space on the table for Honey-Orange-Glazed Muscovy Duck with Parsnip Mash.
In fact, we simply love the acidity and the sugar of orange-based glazes, so consider that an option whenever you're planning to cook this bird. If you only plan to make pieces, try our recipe for Tender Duck Breast, which is gently cooked in peanut oil then paired with some pan-cooked cabbage. Plan on having duck on the table, and explore its distinctive, bold flavor and incredible taste. Barbecue it, roast it, and enjoy it.