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Cooking duck breast is tricky. Noble Fin’s Jeb Aldrich shares how to get it perfect every time.

No one wants to mess up a pricey cut of meat, but duck breast can be tricky: dry when overcooked and gummy when undercooked. But when done just right—medium with perfectly rendered fat and crispy skin—it’s beautiful.
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