What to do with duck fat?

San Jose, California
September 7, 2016 6:01pm CST
I received a pint jar of pastured duck fat in the mail today. I'm really excited to try it out, but I'm not quite sure how to use it. I've had duck fat roasted potatoes before, so I know that's a possibility, but I'd to try something new as well. I read that it's good used as the fat in a pie pastry -- has anyone tried this? Does it only work with savory pies, or would it be good in fruit pies as well? How would you use this?
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• Merced, California
10 Sep 16
i will eat it
• San Jose, California
10 Sep 16
But how does that help ME? :D
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• Merced, California
10 Sep 16
@spiderdust Mix it with chicken
@Macarrosel (7650)
• Philippines
7 Sep 16
Oh, I'm so ignorant, what does duck fat looks like or what is a duck fat? I haven't tried it eversince.
• San Jose, California
7 Sep 16
It's fat that is rendered from a roasted duck. It looks like a semi-clear yellowish liquid in a jar, but I think it's liquid because it's a hot day today.
@JudyEv (91967)
• Bunbury, Australia
9 Sep 16
Sorry I have no idea but hopefully someone on here will know.