Chef Luc Dimnet, of Brasserie in New York City, was born in Strasbourg, Alsace, where the Christmas traditions are strong and alive. Many picturesque villages and towns set up Christmas markets, where local artisans display their wares, from ornaments to gingerbread and cookies.A Christmas at Luc’s home would always include bredele, the famous Alsatian cookies, as well as a goose. As a child, he used to help his grandmother “Mémé Adèle” prepare enough cookies to feed a crowd of 25 family members Dimnet continues the tradition and bakes bredele with his children Lucas, 5, and Valentina, 3. — Allison BeckCrémant d’Alsace, a lovely sparkling wine, is perfect to serve with bredele!
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Glazed Duck Breast
Sliced duck breast and duck confit are paired in this standout dish from New York's Guilty Goose restaurant.
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Grilled Salmon
A brine that's best with beef, pork, chicken, turkey, duck,goose, game meats, game birds, shellfish, and fish like in this salmon recipe.
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Enjoy the taste of summer with Grey Goose L'Orange vodka. It adds the perfect splash of citrus to any cocktail. This cocktail is great for the effortless host, and easy-to-create for a crowd.
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Goose Barnacles With Lemon
Although barnacles are mainly known as a nuisance to sailors, they can also be a delicacy for diners. Goose barnacles (or “percebes”), once thought to be part of the mollusk family, are actually crustaceans, and have a sweet, succulent, and lobster-like consistency and flavor. This simple recipe will highlight the natural flavor without covering it up.This recipes comes courtesy of Saveur.
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Cucumber-Melon Salad
Guilty Goose offers this refreshing summer salad that mixes sweet melons with cool cucumbers and tangy red onions. 
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A roast goose with apples is a traditional Alsatian recipe. This comes from Chef Luc Dimnet of Brasserie in New York City. In his family, this goose was an essential part of the Christmas dinner, along with Bredele, the famous Alsatian cookies. — Allison BeckServe the goose with a Pinot Gris from Alsace.
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Take your summer tea to the next level with this recipe from Grey Goose.
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It's that time of year again! No, not holiday season..cold and flu season! STEAK 954 is shaking up a special "Remedy" martini in the hopes of helping you avoid that impending cold. This smooth elixer includes chamomile tea, Grey Goose, agave nectar, honey lemon ginger syrup, and lemon juice.
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Your punch recipes are about to be replaced with this Grey Goose punch, made with Grey Goose Cherry Noir flavored vodka. Whether at the Hamptons or not, you'll feel like you're on vacation. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktail recipes. 
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This cocktail, made with the Grey Goose Cherry Noir, isn't cloyingly sweet like most cherry cocktails. Try this sophisticated version of a girly cocktail for your next girl's night in. Click here for more cherry liquors and cocktails recipes.
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What better way to end summer, than with a cocktail bursting watermelon flavors? This cocktail is the perfect for your Labor Day bash.
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