Goose For Christmas Dinner

Graylag Goose

You’re having me for Christmas dinner?

Goose-Standing

Are you freaking kidding?

 Goose-from-Rear

Well, I’m having none of THAT!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. No goose was harmed or eaten, despite what the image below portends. 😀

Goose-Sleeping

See you after Christmas. No snow here either. Next post shows how warm it is in the garden and local parks. Images from Dunkirk.

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15 Responses to Goose For Christmas Dinner

  1. johnvic8 says:

    Be careful that the right goose is cooked. Have a great Christmas.

  2. Merry Christmas, Donna, and a healthy New Year!

  3. swo8 says:

    Merry Christmas Donna.
    Leslie

  4. Maria F. says:

    That was funny. Merry Christmas Donna!

  5. alesiablogs says:

    One year mom decided to cook a goose for Christmas. It didn’t turn out to her liking and sge threw it in the tradh so fast that I never forgot that year what happened to Christmas dinner! To this day- I don’t remember what we ate that year!!!

  6. No creature harmed here either. Eggs on toast is my holiday feast…and wee Irish with vanilla and maple syrup…Happy 2016!

  7. Merry Christmas Donna and all the best wishes for a healthy and happy new year!

  8. I’m a bit late with visiting your blog (hungry family arrived on 24th and stayed till 26th) but still would like to wish a Merry Christmas, relaxing days between the years and all the best for the coming year, Donna!
    I’m now looking forward to reading your announced new blog posts!

  9. Amazing how someone would look at this animal alive and then eat it…
    Thank you for those beautiful shots, Donna! Have a wonderful time, my friend! 🙂

  10. Poor geese. My ex-husband’s Irish granny used to send them a turkey from the farm to Liverpool every year. To the postman’s horror, it invariably arrived in a brown paper parcel, with bloodstains and the legs sticking out! I’ve been told it was delicious, though.

  11. Great detail! Merry Christmas!

  12. Merry Christmas! I would happily eat goose for Christmas or any dinner. With purple cabbage and buttered noodles.

  13. lula says:

    Happy holidays and a Happy healthy, peaceful and prosperous New Year 2016!!!

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