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Had a 4 oz filet with grilled asparagus

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i had scrambled eggs and a lil less than half the potatoes, one teeny triangle of buttered toast. mmmmm butter.

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bacon on top and mushroom gravy on it mashed pots and whole green beans

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OMG Tiggr One of my favorite with gravy and mash Pots I'm yours LOL with clams on the side please

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meat loaf

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Good: honey, Long Island duck is still the best ,we are down to one duck farm now ,the NYS EPA closed down a bunch ,Duck Farms down Duck shit screwing up the water in the Great South bay .That's so Shitty LOL

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I love duck- domestic duck tastes far different than wild duck.

But that's not what I came here to say...

Around here, domestic (frozen) duck sells for about $6 a pound- making it about $12-$18 per pound for the boneless meat.

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Duck *is* treated as something special, but I don't know why. $2.99 a pound whoop de do. Mind you you only get about about 2 pounds of "presentable" meat off of a 6 pound duck - plus 1 pound of shreds and 3/4 pound of usable fat - so I guess you're paying around $8 a pound. Still cheaper than a good steak.

None of this is directed at you, BT. I find it bizarre how people complain about $20 for a 6.5 lb duck which can be the basis for a stellar dinner for 4, but think nothing about blowing $75 on a night out drinking, or spend $3.99 on a jumbo bag of Doritos and then tell me they can't afford a bag of $3.99 oranges for their kids.

I guess my point is - even REALLY good food isn't THAT expensive, when compared to some of the dumb shit we often blow our money on. So - life is short. Eat the nummy food.

And - I think this duck confit is going to find its way onto nachos. To hell with the conflict of status.

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Va, only because I eat duck so rarely that I think of it as something very special...and I think of nachos as being...not very special.

Have at it and let me know how it comes out.

BT

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homemade chili and garlic ciabatta bread

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