During December, The Livestock Conservancy is challenging more people to cook geese for friends and family. Learn how to cook a goose with celebrated chefs Ariane and Alix Daguin of D’Artagnan Farms Foundation! Ariane and Alix will guide you through the intricacies of roasting a delicious bird with juicy anecdotes about one of the smartest animals in the barnyard.
During the virtual #MyGooseIsCooked Workshop, Ariane and Alix will demonstrate how to cook both a heritage breed Roman goose and a commercial Emden goose at the D’Artagnan stove and Jeannette Beranger, senior program manager at The Livestock Conservancy, will showcase the advantages of raising heritage breed poultry on small farms.
"At D’Artagnan Farms Foundation, we believe it’s important to forge new relationships with the environment and what we eat through unique learning opportunities,” said Ariane Daguin. “Working with The Livestock Conservancy, a nonprofit that protects endangered livestock and poultry breeds from extinction, is a great way to do that. We’re excited to show people who might be new to cooking geese how wonderful and easy they are to cook at home.”
*Please register and order your workshop materials by Dec. 4 to receive your materials in time for the class on Dec. 8.