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Old 06-30-2007, 06:13 PM   #1
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Default Old goat.

Tonight's Dinner,

A whole leg of goat rubbed with Jamaican Jerk spices Slow braised and roasted in a Old speckled hen, garlic and rosemary base on a bed of roast root vegetables.

Served with a four pack of Caladonian Deuchars IPA.

Ingredients

Malts: Golden Promise and Optic.
Hops: Fuggles, Super Styrian Goldings.


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Old 06-30-2007, 09:08 PM   #2
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Now that is something different. I would love to give it a try.


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Old 06-30-2007, 09:11 PM   #3
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It's like a mixture of lamb an beef but low fat and very tasty.
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It's like a mixture of lamb an beef but low fat and very tasty.
Set me a place at the table! I'm on the way...
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Goat, huh? I was thinking about getting a few to keep my lawn under control. (I live in the country and have a HUGE lawn) SWMBO won't eat them and I won't winter them. Maybe with a really good recipe she'll develop a taste. Of course the price of gas needs to go up further and the price of goat kids need to come down.
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Old 06-30-2007, 09:25 PM   #6
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Roasted a few goats in my time...THAT sounds like a GREAT way to do it! I will have to try it. Been as far as to dig a 6' pit and bury the goat in coals wrapped in banana leaves and burlap.
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Now THAT sounds awesome!
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I love goat; unfortunately it is hard to come by here. I plan on raising my own for that very reason. In Latin American culture, it is quite common, especially among the islanders and across the Carribean and Bahamas in fact. It is such a tasty lean meat, which I'd love to see more of around...we usually make it in a stew that is tomato based and spicy. Usually flavored with Culantro (Recaito, a cousin to Cilantro but with a stronger depth of flavor that lasts through cooking).

Just got chickens, so hopefully goats will be next year. *shrug*. Fwiw, and along a similar topic, for a homestead they are much better animals (for meat if you raise meat goats) and for milk (milk goats) than cattle. I like independent animals

Orf, you should come visit. We'd have a ball with the food and beverage
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I'd love to.

I need to work a few years before I can bum around again.
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Just got chickens, so hopefully goats will be next year.

Get some turkeys. They have more personality than chickens but less than goats. Chickens is sooooooo stupid...


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