Breaking Down a Whole Duck
Although many restaurants serve duck, not many of those who serve it start the production process with whole duck.
Getting the most bang for your buck is at the top of your list when running a business. As with your business, the same approach can be taken when it comes to duck. Whole duck allows you to turn one product into a multitude of possibilities. Legs, breast and wings all in one package; allowing for endless creative menu possibilities. The remaining bones and trim can be used to make a complex stock to perfectly balance your creative offerings.
Maple Leaf Farms, Whole Duck #72973
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