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Goose egg custard

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I made goose egg custard for the first time today following one of the basic recipes online! It is delicious and reminiscent of creme brulee. I used honey as the sweetener. You gotta love foods that only have a handful of ingredients. We're overrun with eggs right now especially from the ducks so trying all manner of egg recipies.
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Well done Noel - what were the ingredients? Did the recipe use only the yolks?
At the moment we too, are overstocked on chicken and duck eggs - it's spring!  Goose eggs are the only thing we are under-supplied with, as they're such a short spring novelty that we have people wanting to buy them.
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Full goose egg (you can sub a couple duck eggs), whole milk or cream (I used a about 50/50 because I was almost out of milk), pinch of salt, vanilla, and honey. I followed roughly the ratios in this recipe:
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