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We are proud to present to you our bone-out duck breast, sourced locally from a farm on Long Island. Our duck breasts work marvelously in a variety of recipes and cuisines. Their fat is different in taste and texture from that of any other animal, and they’ve got a perfect spot on your dinner table….
Often served as a pate with bread or crackers or seared and served with brandy or truffles, duck foie gras is considered a luxury food item, and for good reason. Moulard duck foie gras has become the more economical option compared to goose foie gras, but with all the same flavor and deliciousness. It’s incredibly smooth, rich, and buttery. It literally translates to “fatty liver.” But don’t let its fattiness fool you, as it’s rich in copper, iron, and vitamins B12 and A. It also has healthy fats that aren’t just delicious but integral parts of a healthy diet.
For top-of-the-line birds and speedy delivery, buy your organic whole duck from Vincent’s Meat Market. If you’re looking for an alternative to your regular chicken or turkey, duck is a perfectly savory choice. We’ve been providing the best poultry available to New York City since 1954, and we proudly offer our meats for purchase online now as well. Visit our brick-and-mortar location on 187th Street in the Bronx, or buy whole duck online for your next elegant dinner. Our birds arrive at your doorstep always fresh—never frozen.
This Rabbit Roast is made with a boneless rabbit filled with Fontal Cheese, Spinach, Parmigiana Reggiano, Prosciutto Di Parma and garnished with rosemary.This roast weighs about 4 lbs.
COOKING INSTRUCTIONS: Bake @ 350 degrees for 20 minutes per pound, or until the internal temperature reaches 160 degrees. We recommend throwing a little white wine into the pan to cook with and covering with aluminum foil for the first half of the cook time.
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