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August 10, 2005



I very much like the notion that because of the way the giblets are packaged, when you make one duck, you're priming the pump for the next. On the one hand, this means that making the first duck is very difficult; on the other, once you've started, you will always have a reason to make another.

It occurs to me that there must be some way to turn this into a duck-based pyramid scheme, but I haven't worked out the details yet.


Looking forward to the continuation. Enjoyed reading it and now I'm curious about the taste. Never had duck a l'orange.

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