I used to cook Peking duck and Cantonese Roast Duck using my turbo broiler ( also used that to cook lichen pork belly). However, those were the days when husband ( rip) needs special gluten free diet and not trusting the Chinese , ( they do not use gluten free soy sauce nor hoisin sauce), I prepared my own. My last Turbo broiler ( had 4 of them thru tthe years) broke 3 years ago, so have not replaced it and have not attempted to cook them since. Maple Duck Farm has the whole duck that you can order, just be sure that it is dried well 9 I used to have a fun to dry them and hung them in my fridge as well as use a tube to blow air under the skin to make the duck really really crispy!)
I buy Maple Duck’s half duck from Costco, ( cheaper than buying from maple farm ). Roast them in my convection oven till very crisp ,( do not like the orange sauce although not bad with addition of cointreau. preferring my own soy sauce, garlic, cider vinegar and hot pepper dip instead
I use a lot of D’artagnan’s duck breast, duck confit ( for their cassoulet recipe ) as they carry it at my Giant Grocery store. However, have not cooked that for a year as I cannot use ventreche and cannot locate garlic sausage here. During some holidays, D’Artagnan sometimes have special sale on their Cassoulet complete with everything which is a steal. They include the coco tarbais beans which are very expensive but you can find it reasonable from rancho gordo. Son is away but he says his friends wants to visit me after thanksgiving. One of them loves Dick Confit Cassoulet so, I might cook that as I still have some coco tarballs beans from rancho gordo although I would not use 3 lbs . That is too much starch and heavy.
If y our store carries D’artagnan’s duck saucisson, it is excellent! Son took 3 of mine to Europe to share with friends. I was able to convince my local grocery to stock them.
Now that I have alpha gal syndrome, ( allergic to red meat from tick bite), I order Maple Duck from their internet store. Usually, I buy their sausage ( no casing to use for soffrito in paella and cataplana dish), their ground duck meat to substitute ground pork for dishes like shrimp and lobster sauce, and they have their cooked duck legs which I use for tortilla wrap with vegetables or with cheese but I usually spike them up a bit , cooking on top of my plancha, adding Evoo, garlic and hot sauce to it. They do not carry Maple Duck in my grocery store They did tell me that if I am a Costco customer, the excellent half duck comes out cheaper from Costco.