WELCOME TO THE BRITISH GOOSE WEBSITE
Your window to the goose world. Find out where to order and buy your Christmas goose, Michaelmas goose or in season goose eggs… how to cook, recipes, tradition and much more.
WHERE TO BUY
Where to order your geese, goose eggs and goose fat.
Never Cooked a Goose Before?
Six simple tips to cook your goose to perfection.
The Goose Tradition
Goose is the most traditional choice of poultry for Christmas and is still reared today in much the same way as through the centuries. In small flocks, out in the open on free range, with grass meadows replacing the corn stubble fields.
LOOK OUT FOR GOOSE EGGS
Goose eggs come on to the market in late winter and are readily available around Easter and into the summer. You’ll find them at farmers’ markets and in delicatessens, selected supermarkets and farm shops. You can even obtain them by mail order from Norfolk Geese.
If you’ve never eaten a goose egg, you’ve missed a treat! They make delicious pancakes and Yorkshire puddings, and are great in cake recipes. And for a hearty weekend breakfast why not give your family a surprise with a king-size goose omelette? So simple and tasty!
Restaurants, too, are becoming alive to the idea of putting goose eggs on the menu.
Countdown to Michaelmas
Producers from around Britain gathered for the annual British Goose Producers’ farm walk this month to share best practice, discuss production methods, and look at the future development of the sector. The annual meeting this year was hosted by the Botterill family on...
Goose breast now ‘fillet steak of poultry cuisine’ I’ve spoken to a few members who all reported strong sales of geese, which was helped by the extra publicity generated by The Archers. Lots of media interest in The Archers story resulted in many small articles in...
Shrove Tuesday - Was spent with the hotel school students at Norwich City College making pancakes using goose eggs.