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    Duck-Fat Fried Potatoes

    If you make Miso-Braised Duck Legs, you’ll have fat left over from rendering the legs. Duck fat in general is a precious ingredient that lends amazing flavor to other foods,…

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    Cassoulet of White Beans with Braised Pork, Sausage, and Duck Confit

    Making this legendary southern French casserole is definitely a project. For the best flavor, Prepare the duck confit at least one week (or up to two months) before making cassoulet—the flavor and texture…

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    Homemade Duck Confit

    Prepare the duck confit at least one week before serving—the flavor and texture improve as it sits.

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    Duck Confit

    To cook one duck, you need about 2-1/2 cups of fat. A 4-1/2-pound duck renders at least 1 cup of fat. Ask your butcher for extra duck fat or order online…

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    Cassoulet

    This recipe serves six generously, and it’s easily doubled if you want to make more (leftovers are delicious). If you don’t have the traditional deep earthenware casserole, use a 5-quart…

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    Classic Roasted Potatoes

    This is more of a technique than a recipe, and it can easily be scaled up or down according to how many mouths you're feeding. And since roasted potatoes are a classic,…

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    Crisp Duck Legs with Sautéed Potatoes

    Traditionally, the duck legs are sautéed, but I think the skin gets more evenly crisped with my method.

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