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Re: How about sheep?

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Ralphwd45

04-27-2013 20:00:00
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I have been told most of my life that sheep and goat is some nasty tasting meat so I have avoided eating either, till last yr, when I went to the local butcher, and picked up a goat roast, out of courisoty. I sliced 2 steaks off, and the wife fried them up for us. I liked the taste, but it was very tough. I cut the remainder up into stew meat and the wife made stew in the slow cooker, and also added curry powder. What a great meal. Last fall, I called my daughter in law, and asked for one of her lambs. When the meat was ready, we drove across the mountains, and picked up the meat, paid her for the processing, and her price per pound, and have been actually enjoieng the change from Chicken, Pork, and our home grown beef, and curry poeder is a lambs best friend.

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ben there

04-27-2013 20:09:06
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 Re: How about sheep? in reply to Ralphwd45, 04-27-2013 20:00:00  
try slow smoking that goat like you would a brisket...you won't quit eatin it till its gone...mutton [sheep] is tricky to cook but done by somebody that knows how its great.



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Fawteen

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 Re: How about sheep? in reply to ben there, 04-27-2013 20:09:06  
Mutton (adult sheep) and Lamb are two entirely different types of meat IMHO.

Don't care for mutton myself, and I've had it cooked by "experts".

A good leg of lamb is easy to prepare and cook and is some DARN good eating.

SWMBO just jabs the exterior all over with a paring knife, sticks some fennel seeds in the slits, bastes it good with olive oil and pops it in the oven to roast in it's own juices.

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