Not that there is much leftover goose in my experience – fifty five quid for the bird, which fed three hungry folk on Christmas Day. We had the other breast for lunch on Friday, with the leftover red cabbage, and a baked spud, and very nice it was too.
Yesterday, Pete stripped off the remaining meat, and there was more than we had expected. We ate half for lunch, stir fried with some spring onion, a green pepper, mushrooms and some tired coriander leaves, served with noodles.
The rest will go into a risotto.
Brunch today will be the remaining stuffing, fried up, with mushroom, fried potato and a fried egg.