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        05-04-2012, 09:41 PM
      #2431
    Yearling
    Friends, wish me luck. This weekend we're headed on Sunday to see Dallas at the trainers'. She is hosting a cow horse clinic - even though he's never done this before, she thinks it will be a good environment to introduce him to the calves. At only 1 day, it won't be too stressful. Plus, she will be watching and coaching me as I ride him - priceless. I feel like it's parent's weekend at kids' camp!
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        05-04-2012, 09:43 PM
      #2432
    Trained
    I have eat every thing from beef to deer, to rabbit

    Goose ,duck.
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        05-05-2012, 12:42 AM
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    ^^^Dee...you can't eat a baby goat! They are so freaking cute. Lol

    You can send me one.
    Yes you can Dee do you like lamb or mutton Goat meat is very similar with less fat.

    A good bass to use while BBQ is dark beer mixed with garlic some oil and rosemary. You have to keep stiring it or the oil seperates.

    While the meat is turning, baste then have one for the cook. Each time it is basted the cook also hase a drink, beer, or the such like. After a time the cook should be at the point of having a drink then basting the meat and even furthe r down the track the basting may have stopped but the cook continues to test the ale and has a stupid grinn on his/her face. The meat is cooked.

    And if it is a little under done or over done I don't care That method of timing the cooking of the BBQ has worked for me for years.
         
        05-05-2012, 12:52 AM
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    OMG now I want a goat. Those are just precious.
    Remember, they may be cute, but like human babies they become teenagers
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        05-05-2012, 07:20 AM
      #2435
    Foal
    Those goats are the cutest things ever!!!! Good thing I do not have my own farm or I would be stockpiling!
    Have a good Saturday everyone! Going to get in a quick ride and then taking 11 kids to the Avengers...hope we get in!!!
         
        05-05-2012, 09:00 AM
      #2436
    Weanling
    Good luck at the clinic Ladytrails

    My EX boyfriend tried tricking me into eating horsemeat once.....kept trying to convince me it was beef.....I know what beef smells like, my grandfather was a butcher...he finally fessed up and told me what it was, I threw the "burger" at him and told him to gtfo lol.

    Another great marinade for goat or lamb is:

    1 lemon squeezed
    Garlic LOTS!
    Salt & pepper
    About 1 cup Olive oil, virgin cold pressed
    Oregano

    My hubby is greek, I learned this recipe from his mother, it's fabulous! Baste as you would with any other marinade either while on the BBQ or in the oven.
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        05-05-2012, 09:26 AM
      #2437
    Green Broke
    Stan .. good to know that BBQ-ing in NZ is VERY similar to the way we do it in Texas ... lol
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        05-05-2012, 11:22 AM
      #2438
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by texasgal    
    Stan .. good to know that BBQ-ing in NZ is VERY similar to the way we do it in Texas ... lol
    Very similar in the Pacific NW as well...except while we're basting we've got a bottle of Washington Cab to assist us. If our neighbors are also out with the bbq, we just pour to them right over the fence.
         
        05-05-2012, 11:26 AM
      #2439
    Yearling
    Ladytrails - good luck today, sounds fun!

    Hubby traveled to Japan a few months back, and horse was on the menu. I'm pretty sure he tried it, but knows better than to ever tell me.

    So I went back to see Kes last night, her fetlock is a lot less swollen. Walked her again, then another cold hose on the foot and put her back to bed. I think she's going to heal up ok. Put more meds on the eye, she still flinches when I touch it, but it isnt oozing, so I am hopeful it won't be a problem.
         
        05-05-2012, 11:27 AM
      #2440
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Ladytrails    
    Tiny, we had 4 lambs in our freezer for a while. As a beef-eatin' gal, I found that I had to learn to cook and eat lamb. Crockpot or slow roasted with LOTS of garlic, cracked pepper, "outback restaurant" red rub, and maybe a little wine or worchestershire to a marinade makes it pretty tasty. I have a recipe for a teriyaki/worchestershire marinade that I used on a Passover lamb dish that won compliments both from people who loved lamb and those who didn't want to try it, thinking they wouldn't like it. So, if plain grilling doesn't work for your taste buds, try the slow roasted approach or the marinade.

    I have a fabulous recipe for lamb stew yum yum
         

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