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That sounds really good, Brook - I'm guessing that the orange and cumin would really play well together.
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Thanks, Margi. It really is. But it takes time to prep.

Orange and cumin seem to be natural pairs, Ron. When I adapted the original recipe I went with tangerines instead of oranges, and they pair up even better.

The clementines are a happy compromise. But cutting them in supremes is, to say the least, a time-consuming pita.
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Star  November 18th - Saturday ..

Since, I have always been elected to do a  Thanksgiving Lunch, I had gone to the  Farmer´s Market, the  Super Market downtown and the Central Market ..

I am going to prepare 2  ducklings ( oven ) for the Saturday after the actual holiday ..

Now I am hunting duckling récipes ..  I am not sure if I wish to go L´ Orange or  Papero con  Fruta, which is an Italian recipe:   Ducklings, 3 pears, 1 lemon, black or red grapes, cherries, Evoo, butter, dry White wine and stuffed with savoury and dried cranberries & various dried fruits ..  & Home made day old bread croutons.   


Any suggestions on duckling ?  Wanted to do something a bit different ..  



  
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Most of my recipes are for wild duck, Margi, which cooks differently.

I do have an incredible recipe, however, for fried duck in ginger sauce, which I'd be happy to post if you'd like it.
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Brook,

Sounds very interesting ..  These are small, and 1 duckling feeds 2 which is why I was given 2 ..

An Asian profile sounds fabulous ..

I would be very grateful  ..  Please post the récipe .. 

Thank you very much ..  

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