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How big of a roaster do I need for a goose?
Last Updated: 07/26/2012
Below we have listed the approximate dimensions of each goose size range.  Remember, to keep your goose from smoking you need a roaster large enough that no part of the goose hangs over any edge of the pan.


Size
Length (in)
Width (in)
Height (in)

8-10 lb
14.575.25

10-12 lb
14.757.755.75

12-14 lb
15.757.756

14-16 lb
16.586


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