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Roasted duck is easier - and more delicious - than you think

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By SARA MOULTON

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It’s not true of the kind known as Pekin (or Long Island) duck, the domesticated product most widely available at supermarkets.

I can't recall the last time I ever saw a Japanese supermarket that sold duck, certainly not whole duck.

I love that JT has a recipe section, I just wish there was a human being screening these recipes so that they were relevant to people actually living in Japan.

Moderator: Please keep your snide remarks to yourself. Duck is available at high-end supermarkets in Japan. Furthermore, more than half our readers reside outside of Japan, many in the U.S., so this recipe will be of interest to them.

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I have an indoor electric turkey-fryer and I usually wind up frying a duck for Christmas. I use the same peanut oil that I used to fry the turkey.

It's delicious and the skin is VERY crispy.

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Forget all that. Just go to Chinatown and find a place with the roasted ducks hanging in the window. Assuming they have those like the Chinatown in Los Angeles

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None of the supemarkets in my neighborhood sell duck. I guess I'll have to go to the Imperial Palace moat and slingshot one.

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