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Snow Goose Recipe From New York

As a writer, getting letters from readers can be one of the most rewarding things that can happen. It lets me know that my work is interesting and engaging to at least one person out there, and it has me on cloud nine for the rest of the day. This morning, I received a snow goose recipe all the way from New York! It was in response to a snow goose recipe I offered in our March 2014 NEBRASKAland Magazine. Maybe it’s because I’m still new to the job, but it blows my mind to know that people from far away read us. Hubert Nerwin from Victor, New York wrote this letter. He hunts snow geese on “Finger Lake” in Upstate New York. Here’s a recipe he got from a fellow hunter. Mr. Nerwin, if you’re reading this, thanks for writing and sharing the recipe! We’ll have to try it.

About Jenny Nguyen, Regional Editor/PIO

NEBRASKAland Regional Editor Jenny Nguyen was born in Nha Trang, Vietnam and moved to the United States with her parents in 1992. She graduated from Bolsa Grande High School in Garden Grove, California in 2008 and completed her Bachelor’s at UCLA in 2012. Nguyen was Editor-In-Chief for her high school newspaper and continued to write in college, freelancing for various publications, the Tiger Woods Foundation and writing for her blog FoodForHunters.com. After graduating college, she moved to Nebraska in early 2013 to join the Commission as Regional Editor at NEBRASKAland Magazine. Nguyen enjoys hiking, camping, horseback riding, hunting, fishing and cooking. She is happiest learning and experiencing new things, and looks forward to exploring her new home in Nebraska.

2 comments

  1. is that “4 pounds and 5 oz” of Salsa? Also, is that “2/3 cup of Craisans”?

    • Hey Jim,

      It does look like “1 jar 4 lb 5 oz mild salsa” and “2/3 cup craisans.” I’m not sure about the pounds part, but I don’t think that matters much. I would say buy a jar of salsa, enough to cover or almost cover the breasts in the crock pot. You want enough liquid that the breasts won’t dry out and to leave enough sauce in the end to eat. If your crock pot lid is tight, you shouldn’t lose that much liquid. If you try this recipe, let us know how it turns out. Thanks!

      Jenny

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