Wednesday 20 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike
Category: Chef Spike, Wordless Wednesday
| Tags: cooking, food, goat, kitchen, photography, POSTADAY, pot roast, roast, wordless wednesday
I’ve never eaten goat. But I do drink goat’s milk every day. Also, I always use hard goat’s cheese when called for in my cooking. Nobody in the family complains. …And as for goat’s milk ice-cream … yum! I reckon slow-cooking meat always makes it more tender, whatever animal it comes from.
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Very, very slowly cooked goat? Oven? Or slow cooker? My last foray into cooking goat left me a little disappointed (quite chewy). I am sure its all about the manner in which its cooked but as the Turks all like to cook their goat in those huge saucepans with rice Im interested in how you do it.
Hmm… pretty simple. I’ll put some words on paper (screen) and post tomorrow 🙂
Q. What four-letter word describes a good butter?
Stumped? Stuck on the horns of a dilemma? Udderly confused?
Stop bleating about how corny this joke is.
I have had lamb but not goat I figure it would taste like lamb. Lamb and beans is my favorite
Very similar; not quite as fatty, and tougher unless cooked slow, but equally tasty and same sinewy texture.
Please visit or follow my blog (www.lazymomcooking.wordpress.com) or my instagram (lazymom_cooking) for some recipe ideas 🙂
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