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#1 Mar 22 2013 at 6:26 PM Rating: Good
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My aunt gave me some freshly butchered goat meat. She tells me it kind of tastes like venison. She suggested lightly breaded and fried, but I'm not sure if I want to go that route.

I don't have much, about half a pound. Anyone suggest anything good to do with it?
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#2 Mar 22 2013 at 6:27 PM Rating: Excellent
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1-4 lbs. of goat meat (stew meat or bone-in cuts such as shanks or chops work well)
1/2 C. olive oil
1 Tbl. oregano
1 1/2 tsp. black pepper
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1 Tbl. lemon juice
1 Tbl. white vinegar
2 tsp. garlic, minced
1 tsp. ginger, minced

Directions:
Set the goat meat aside. In a food processor, combine all remaining ingredients and pulse into a paste. Coat the goat meat completely with the paste, wrap it in aluminum foil and refrigerate. Marinate for at least two hours.

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Bake the goat, in the foil, for 40 minutes. Reduce the heat to 350 degrees and bake for an additional 2 hours. The meat is finished when the juices run clear. Let the cooked meat rest for 20 minutes before carving. Serve over rice.
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#3 Mar 22 2013 at 6:36 PM Rating: Good
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I tried the Hitchhiker's method and asked a goat what he thought would go with him. This is what I told:

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Tandoor style Indian dishes are fabulous with lamb or goat. You can cook them in a crock pot.

I also found this: http://caribbeanpot.com/the-ultimate-curry-goat-recipe/



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#6 Mar 24 2013 at 2:28 PM Rating: Excellent
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catwho wrote:
Tandoor style Inidian dishes are fabulous with lamb or goat. You can cook them in a crock pot.


Second I read the OP my first thought was Lamb Vindaloo, never tried with goat but I am sure it would be good.
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#7 Mar 24 2013 at 9:10 PM Rating: Good
That reminds me that I've got some elk burger in my freezer. That's some good eats. The elk steak was out of this world.
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You make a great point there, BD.
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#10 Mar 25 2013 at 12:33 AM Rating: Excellent
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I want to put my vote behind curry, goat makes amazing curry.
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#11 Mar 25 2013 at 8:17 AM Rating: Good
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Jerk Goat. (No one does mutton like the Jamaicans).

Really though, goats should be revered for their cheese.
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#12 Mar 25 2013 at 8:51 AM Rating: Good
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If you ever come across this cheese, get it. It's a ix of cow, sheep and goat milk cheese and it's absolutely wonderful. Soft, creamy and delicious.
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#13 Mar 27 2013 at 4:55 PM Rating: Good
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I can eat goat cheese. But I cannot eat goat meat. Too many childhood memories of playing with the goats and then they're killed the next day for stew. Oddly enough though, I have no problem eating bacon with the memories of playing with my baby piggy for my birthday, not realizing that it was going to be my birthday meal.
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You ate a baby pig? What a waste. Think of how much bacon you missed out on by not letting him grow bigger. That should be a punishable crime.
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I can eat goat cheese. But I cannot eat goat meat. Too many childhood memories of playing with the goats and then they're killed the next day for stew.

Flea has a story about being a little girl at her grandmother's. Grandma was preparing live guinea pigs for a meal while Flea was playing and called her over. Her grandmother had slit a pregnant one open and the fetal brood was squirming on the table. To an old woman who had probably butchered a bajillion guinea pigs in her time it was just an interesting thing but, needless to say, it put Flea off the meat forever and ever.
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You ate a baby pig? What a waste. Think of how much bacon you missed out on by not letting him grow bigger. That should be a punishable crime.


Baby pig = lechon. It's a Filipino tradition to have that dish at whatever celebration. It's succulent, moist, and melts on your tongue. Bacon is regular pig. Lechon is special pig.
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Thumbelyna wrote:
I can eat goat cheese. But I cannot eat goat meat. Too many childhood memories of playing with the goats and then they're killed the next day for stew.

Flea has a story about being a little girl at her grandmother's. Grandma was preparing live guinea pigs for a meal while Flea was playing and called her over. Her grandmother had slit a pregnant one open and the fetal brood was squirming on the table. To an old woman who had probably butchered a bajillion guinea pigs in her time it was just an interesting thing but, needless to say, it put Flea off the meat forever and ever.


I guess that's the Peruvian version of balut.
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Thumbelyna wrote:
Baby pig = lechon. It's a Filipino tradition to have that dish at whatever celebration. It's succulent, moist, and melts on your tongue.


Just like M&Ms.


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Jophiel wrote:
Grandma was preparing live guinea pigs


People eat those giant hamster things?
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Grandma was preparing live guinea pigs


People eat those giant hamster things?

Soggy did.
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It's like chicken, but greasier. Pretty tasty spit-roasted.
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It's like they're made for 'kabobs.
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Bacon is regular pig. Lechon is special pig.
Yes, that's my point. You wasted bacon.
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#24 Mar 30 2013 at 9:21 AM Rating: Good
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Dude, this is the woman that wastes entire chickens on balut.
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Dude, this is the woman that wastes entire chickens on balut.


Not really, she's just cutting out the nugget middle-man.
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She still has a 1:1 ratio going on between nugget and chick.
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