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Anybody have a good ringneck recipe?

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I killed a mess of ringnecks the past few weeks. Heard they were a little gamey. Anybody have a recipe or any advice? Thanks!
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One of my buddies swears by Ringnecks. He cooks them in a crock pot with a brown gravy for 5 to 6 hours(add onions, mushrooms and whatever else you may like).Salt and pepper and serve over rice. I just did some teal like this and it came out really good. Only thing I dont like about Ringers is how tough they are to clean. Hope you like
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    Coot
Crock pot is a great way. Grind the meat up and use for chili, wild rice, dirty rice etc... or just cook just like any other duck. Ringnecks are not that bad to eat. Most of them are feeding on vegatation in LA that's why you see them in more fresh water to brackish marshes than saltwater marshes like where I hunt.
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   HungUp
I'll try the crockpot and see how they do. Appreciate the help...
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Our lease near Gibson holds ringnecks year round and are one the camps favorite on the table. They have the same diet as a mallard and the breast is tender to the point that it will rip when breasting them. My favorite recipe is philly cheese duck. I can send you the recipe if your interested. Not quite a wood duck but those little oil cans make a fine meal.
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    Coot
Here is the link to one of my crock pot recipes. You can't go wrong cooking them in a crock pot with cream of mushroom, beefy mushroom, any type of cream based soup.

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   Leoreo
Sweet corn, spinach, silver beets, beans, peas, lettuce, celery, and sprouting seeds (bean sprouts and alfalfa sprouts). To break down the cellulose and make them more digestible, the following deep green and orange vegetables should be lightly steamed: sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts. I hope this helps.

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