• One Large Goose Breast or
Two Snow Goose Breasts
will provide enough meat for 10 to 14 tacos
• 3 Bay Leaves Two Dashes of Allspice
• 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce
• 1/4 Cup of Water
• 1 Medium Onion
• 1 Clove of Garlic
• Lettuce or Cabbage
• Hot Sauce or Salsa
• Coat the breast with flour and brown it in a frying pan that has
• While the meat is browning place 1/4 cup of water in a crock pot and turn the temperature setting to high.
• Chop the onion into small squares and set to the side.
• Add 3 Bay leaves, two dashes of allspice, a 1/2 tea spoon of Worcestershire sauce and some pepper to the crock pot.
• Once the meat is well browned, on each side, place the meat in the crock pot and cover.
• Place the onion and some oil into the frying pan that was used for browning the meat.
• Cook the onions until they turn clear.
• When the onions are done use a garlic press to add one clove of garlic.
• Cook lightly and stir it into the onions.
• Add a 1/4 cup of water to the onions and allow the mixture to simmer so all of the browned meat will come loose from the bottom of the pan.
• Use a wooden spoon or spatula to scrape the browned meat away from the pan, when the meat is loose place the entire mixture into the crock pot.
• Leave the setting on high for one hour then turn the setting to low and leave the meat to cook for another 6 to 7 hours.
• The meat is done when two forks can be used to separate the meat into fibers.
• Remove the bay leaves from the pot when the meat is done.
• Place the cooked meat on a cutting board and use two dinner forks to pull it apart.
• Separate out the connective tissue that is in the middle of the breast.
• Place the shredded meat back in the juices that are still in
• Salt and pepper the mixture to fit your taste.
• This may be used immediately or it will hold in the refrigerator for several days.
• What you have now can be used in tacos.
• Warm the tacos then place some meat down the center.
• Add cheese, lettuce and tomatoes.
• Finely shredded cabbage may be substituted for the lettuce.
• Add a dash of hot sauce or salsa and enjoy your taco dinner.