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Goose house (グースハウス) is a Japanese music group. At first, they were called "PlayYou.House," but they changed their name into "Goose house" in 2011. They mainly did activities on YouTube after performing live stream music on their USTREAM channel about once a month.

Since 2011, Goose house now has over 881,688 subscribers, with their videos earning over 325 million views. Besides doing covers of Japanese songs, they also compose their own songs.

Contents

  • 1 Members
    • 1.1 Current Members
    • 1.2 Former Members
  • 2 Discography
    • 2.1 Studio Albums
    • 2.2 Mini-Albums
    • 2.3 Singles
    • 2.4 Digital Singles
    • 2.5 Collaborations / Other
  • 3 External Links

Members

Current Members

  • Takebuchi Kei (竹渕慶) - Vocal
  • Kudo Shuhei (工藤秀平) - Vocals, guitar, harmonica, human beat box
  • Manami (マナミ) - Vocal, guitar
  • Sayaka (沙夜香) - Vocal, piano
  • Watanabe Shuhei (渡辺修平) - Vocal, guitar, bass
  • Saito Johnny (齊藤ジョニー) - Vocal, guitar

Former Members

  • d-iZe - Vocal, piano, trumpet
  • Kimura Masahide (木村正英) - Vocal, piano
  • Kanda Rioka (神田莉緒香) - Vocal, piano
  • Takezawa Migiwa (竹澤汀) - vocals, acoustic guitar, cajon

Discography

Goosehouse promoting "Goose house Phrase #08 Oto no Naru Hou e→" (2014)

Studio Albums

  • [2012.05.23] Goose house Phrase #03 Wandering
  • [2013.07.31] Goose house Phrase #07 Soundtrack?
  • [2015.02.25] Goose house Phrase #10 Milk
  • [2015.02.25] Goose house Phrase #11 Bitter
  • [2017.03.xx] Goose house Phrase #15 HEPTAGON

Mini-Albums

  • [2011.06.27] Goose house Phrase #01
  • [2012.10.24] Goose house Phrase #04 Beautiful Life

Singles

  • [2011.11.13] Goose house Phrase #02 Sky
  • [2014.02.19] Goose house Phrase #08 Oto no Naru Hou e→ (オトノナルホウヘ→)
  • [2014.11.19] Goose house Phrase #09 Hikaru Nara (光るなら)
  • [2015.12.09] Goose house Phrase #12 LOVE&LIFE
  • [2016.08.10] Goose house Phrase #13 Fly High, So High
  • [2017.01.06] Goose house Phrase #14 Bokura Dake no Toushindai (僕らだけの等身大)

Digital Singles

  • [2013.03.13] Goose house Phrase #05 Kono Yubi Tomare (この指とまれ)
  • [2013.03.13] Goose house Phrase #06 Sakura e (サクラへ)
  • [2015.02.04] Haru no Hi -Gasshou- (ハルノヒ ー合唱ー)

Collaborations / Other

  • [2012.10.24] YUI - SHE LOVES YOU (#4 LIFE)

External Links

  • Official Japanese Website
  • Official Youtube
  • USTREAM LIVE
  • Official Twitter
  • Official Facebook Page

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Duck and Goose Recipes

slow roast duck recipe
Photo by Holly A. Heyser

This is my collection of duck recipes, primarily for wild ducks as well as geese. While most wild ducks enjoy a good reputation, geese are undeservedly maligned as greasy, livery and tough. Yes, they can be all these things, but properly done, a wild goose (or a domestic, for that matter) is essentially a large duck.

A normal wild goose, such as a Canada, snow or whitefront will feed four, while a small goose (cackler, Aleutian or Ross’) will serve two heartily. A domestic goose or a giant Canada (really any Canada larger than 10 pounds) can serve as many as six.

Don’t overcook waterfowl breasts or they will be livery. Rare-to-medium is the mantra. As for the legs, thighs and wings, slow cook them to make them tender. Duck and goose legs are not nearly as tough as pheasant legs because waterfowl don’t do as much walking around. But their wings can be very tough.

If you find yourself with diving ducks, such as scaup, ringnecks, red-heads, buffleheads, goldeneyes, ruddy ducks, oldsquaw or eiders (or brant, for that matter) You may need to brine them to soften any possible fishy taste.

One easy way to tell is to cut off the “Pope’s Nose,” or tail of the duck, and render out the fat in a small frying pan. If the fat smells icky, brine the duck with salt, sugar and garlic, plus any aromatic herbs that strike your fancy.

Jump to: PREP WORK  | MASTER RECIPES | RECIPES BY PART OF BIRD

A note on all recipes: If you use domestic geese or ducks for any of them, it is vital that after you thaw them out, you remove all of the body cavity fat and then prick the skin all around with the point of a filet knife or something else narrow and pointy. Domestic geese are flying pigs, raised for their delicious fat as much as their meat.

PREP WORK

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How to Break Down a Duck or Goose

Basic instructions on how to cut up a whole duck or goose. These instructions work with pretty much any bird.

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Wild duck fat

How to Render Duck Fat

Basic instructions on how to render your own duck or goose fat.

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My video for plucking ducks or geese with hot water and melted paraffin wax:

If you only have a few ducks to pluck, or don’t want to use hot wax, here is my video for dry-plucking a duck or goose:

My video for skinning a duck or goose. I skin sea ducks, fishy divers and snow geese:

MASTER RECIPES

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slicing seared duck breast

How to Cook Duck Breasts

Step by step instructions on how to pan-sear a duck breast to make the skin extra crispy and the meat medium-rare.

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roast wild duck recipe

Roast Wild Duck

Simple instructions on how to roast a wild duck. Use this with most wild birds, or with Muscovy ducks.

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slow roast duck recipe

Slow Roasted Duck

Use these instructions when you are roasting a very fat wild bird or a domesticated duck.

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How to smoke a duck

How to Make Smoked Duck

A master recipe for smoking ducks and geese. This works with both wild and domesticated birds.

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duck jerky recipe

Wild Duck or Goose Jerky

Another master recipe, this time for jerky. My seasonings are allspice, chile, thyme and mushroom powder, but you can use whatever spice mix you want.

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surf scoters

10 Ways to Eat Sea Ducks

If you have a sea duck or otherwise fishy duck, here are 10 proven recipes for working with stinky ducks.

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RECIPES BY PART OF THE BIRD

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Duck and Goose Breast Recipes

Recipes for both skin-on and skinless duck and goose recipes.

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Easy roast duck legs

Legs, Thighs and Wings

Duck and goose legs are wonderful, but they need to be cooked slow and low. You’ll find recipes for them here.

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goose stew barley recipe

Soups, Stews and Broths

Hearty stews, refined soups and basic duck stock, plus recipes for duck demi-glace and consomme.

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corned gizzards with spaetzle

Duck and Goose Giblets Recipes

Don’t forget the giblets! Recipes for everything from simple seared liver to fancy dishes with hearts and gizzards.

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German smoked goose breast recipe

Duck Charcuterie

Recipes for cured duck and goose meat, from whole cuts to sausages, smoked duck and terrines. This is a great use for smelly ducks like shovelers and sea ducks, by the way.

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On Eating Snow Geese

Some thoughts on eating the unjustly maligned snow goose.

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Goose Island

Overview

The appellation Goose Island may have come from a small clay island, home to geese and other birds, located just to the north of the confluence of the north and south branches of the Chicago River. Goose Island became associated with a nearby Irish squatter settlement and as those squatters moved northward onto Goose Island, the name may have moved with them. In the late 1860s, People’s Gas Light and Coke Company bought land just east of Goose Island and opened the Gas House. The flames from the plant led to the neighborhood nickname of "Little Hell," which was generally east of Goose Island although sometimes extended to parts of the Island.

The property on Goose Island was canal land, sold by the commissioners of the Illinois and Michigan Canal to help pay for the project. In 1832, Charles Taylor purchased 80 acres of land now known as Goose Island for $100. He sold it for more than $500 just a few months later. Speculators continued to buy and sell the land until the tract was sold in 1853 to the Chicago Land Company. William B. Ogden was a major stockholder in this company, and directed the dredging of a canal along the east side of the property. The dredged clay was used in area brickyards and also for landfill. The "Ogden" canal, then, formed Goose Island. In many accounts, Goose Island was referred to as Ogden Island.

Despite all of these industrial and residential developments, there remained large tracts of empty land at the turn of the century. North of Division, much of the land in the center of the island remained vacant. This land was used by residents for a variety of purposes. Alderman Thomas P. Keane, who grew up on Goose Island during the 1890s, remembered that "Every house had a garden and chickens, sometimes a goat . . . It was a little community where everybody knew everybody else. In the fall we all laid in wagon-loads of potatoes and cabbagees. The knife with which we cut up the cabbages for sauerkraut was passed from family to family." As in the 1850s, many residents still owned cows, fed from the slops of the local distillery.

No more than three families lived on Goose Island during the 1970s, and by 1985 only one house remained on the island. Goose Island had ended a second round of settlement, with most of the housing on its three residential streets destroyed. Despite the demise of worker housing, however, the area reemerged as a potential site for more affluent residents by the late 1980s. Just as developers eyed prime riverfront property closer to downtown, the empty lots on Goose Island began to attract interest and a healthy debate on the future of Goose Island ensued. One Near North residential developer commented: "Dirty industrial uses do not belong. As the city has changed over the years, it has become desirable that the heavy industry not be in the core of the city. It affects the quality of life for everybody. Although I don't think it should be legislated out of existence, it seems to me that over time it will be natural for it to move out." One longtime Goose Island resident disagreed, arguing for new industries to come to the island: "If it's a choice between industry or the new development [residential], I'd prefer the industry because it would be better for my business [restaurant and tavern.]" In May 1990, Mayor Daley backed the designation of Goose Island as a Planned Manufacturing District (PMD), which was supported by the local alderman. Daley commented that "the proposed district would help the industries on the island to expand and to retain jobs." By late 1997, virtually all the land in one of the resulting industrial parks had been filled.

Aerial of Goose Island, c.1970

 

This aerial view of Goose Island shows the southern tip of the island (at Chicago Avenue) in the far right of the photograph and the northern end in the upper left at North Avenue. The North Branch of the Chicago River is the waterway to the left and the North Branch Channel is in the middle right. Division Street divided the island roughly in half.

See also: Chicago River; Near North Side; Goose Island

Historic Goose Island, 1930

John Drury's Map of Goose Island was first published on March 26, 1930, in the Chicago Daily News. The map shows the location of Goose Island on Chicago’s Near North Side, located between Chicago and North Avenues. Division Street runs across the middle of the island, which was formed after the dredging of the North Branch (Ogden) Canal. While this is a fanciful representation, the map does show the concentration of housing on North Branch, Cherry, and Hickory Streets south of Division Street. The foot of the island was home to shipyards, lumber yards, coal yards, and grain elevators.

See also: Near North Side; Goose Island; Chicago River

William B. Ogden, Creator of Goose Island, 1855

 

William B. Ogden arrived in Chicago in 1835 and for decades provided a crucial link with New York capital. Among the many enterprises of which he was a part: the Illinois and Michigan Canal; Galena and Chicago Union Railroad (the city's first); the City of Chicago (first mayor); Board of Sewerage; and the Union Pacific Railroad Company. Ogden saw the important connection between rail and water transportation and ran the terminus of the first railroad in Chicago right to the banks of the north branch. He worked to gain for the Chicago Canal and Dock Company (he was a major investor) control of property along the Chicago River and adjacent Lake Michigan, even hiring Abraham Lincoln to help him gain clear title to river and lakefront property.

See also: Economic Geography; Mayors; Politics; Transportation; Chicago River; Near North Side





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    Goose house

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    Goosehouse promoting Goose house Phrase #10 Milk & Goose house Phrase #11 Bitter (2015)

    Goose house (グースハウス) is a Japanese music group. At first, they were called "PlayYou.House," but they changed their name into "Goose house" in 2011. They mainly did activities on YouTube after performing live stream music on their USTREAM channel about once a month.

    Since 2011