Goose and duck both carry multiple symbols in our culture and abroad.
For example, geese were carrying Aphrodite’s chariot, and Belisama, in the Gaul mythology, was riding geese. On the other hand, geese were symbols of impurity in the middle-ages, as leprous had to wear a yellow goose foot around their neck to be easily identified.
Ducks were initially domesticated in Minor Asia and Egypt and its cousin, the Muscovy duck, on the northern coast of south America.
Those birds from the anseriformes order are mostly eaten in Asia, but are known for their confit, foie gras and for the many sub-products made with these marvellous creatures.
At Au Pied levé farm, it is with pleasure that we will have you taste and enjoy fine products of the duck and goose!