Venetian duck ragu - because duck > beef. This looks so amazing, can't wait to buy duck legs and make this. One commenter said "Don't throw away the duck skins; chop or process them roughly with a clove of garlic, a few handfuls of fresh breadcrumbs and some fresh thyme leaves. Fry this all up at medium heat in a pan (it can take a while, it looks like unappealing mush at first!) until crispy and sprinkle on top of your dished up pasta"
NYT Cooking: This wonderful recipe from Jamie Oliver is hearty and uncomplicated with a surprising pop of flavor thanks to the addition of rosemary and orange zest. Mr. Oliver prepares his in a pressure cooker, but if you don't have one, it can be cooked in a covered Dutch oven on the stove over low heat, or in a 275 degree oven, for about 3 hours. Stir occasionally.