I'm trying to clean out the freezer before my November goose hunts and found I had some Spec breasts. Commonly known as a Specklebelly Goose, the official name is White Fronted Goose or in the scientific world as Anser Albifrons. They typically fly all the way from western Alaska and the Aleutian islands to the Gulf coast to winter but they tend do fly low and therefore have a slightly higher fat content then their cousins like Snow geese or Canada geese. I usually breast them out when cleaning them and marinate and grill them rare. Very tasty indeed!
My marinade is as follows for 3 to 4 breasts and I try to marinate overnight:
3/4 cup EVOO
1/4 cup Balsamic Vinegar
1/4 cup of decent tawny port
2-3 TBS of Soy sauce
salt and fresh cracked black pepper
1 TBS juniper berries crushed in a mortar
I grill as you would for a seared rare strip steak as overcooking dries them out
thawed out from the freezer
hot off of the grill!