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What Happened to The Real Festive Bird, the Goose?

The festive season is always known for one dish, and that’s turkey. But what about its more flavoured cousin, the goose?

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The months of November and December are a time of celebration, and for many around the world, that means a celebration of food.




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Sajjad Choudhury

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