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Roasting a holiday goose for the first time can be scary, and goose does need to be cooked differently than turkey or chicken. I personally like a slow and long roast at lower temperatures, leaving the breasts medium rare as to not overcook the legs and thighs, and using sage and apple as flavoring. Here are other ideas and recipes:
I have a cookbook called “The Gourmet Cookbook” that has some good recipes too. Here are the scanned pages–the even ones scanned upside down and need to be rotated to view them:
More info about raising geese: