The word 'Receipt' for recipe is soo last century but one! Actually though, used on television by the late, lamented Jennifer Patterson on 'Two Fat Ladies' at the end of every programme.
S & I have never cooked a goose (I have been known to goose the cook!), but I recall Gran cooking one in about Christmas 1947 when there was damn all else you could get. I remember quite liking it, although as everyone says, the grease is a problem.
I can vouch for LTS's 'goose grease on brown paper' as a bronchitis cure, it was used in the Mid-Cheshire area for years. Don't think it did any good, but medicine is something to make you suffer, not make you better.