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Goat Meat

Discussion in '☋ General Chat ☋' started by PatO, Sep 9, 2011.

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  1. ronv8917

    ronv8917 DI Senior Member

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    Expatron...I heard that Capt. Cook "tasted just like chicken"......
     
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    jimeve DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster Showcase Reviewer Veteran Army

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    With a pinch of salt. :smile:
     
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    I heard that a squeeze of lemon is required also?:rolleyes:


    Jack P.:wink:
     
  4. ronv8917

    ronv8917 DI Senior Member

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    Well, I just got a PM from PatO telling me his way of "proper". It was so nasty that it had to be a PM. However, it was an interesting concept.

    In Texas (and Mexico), most people lick the back of their hand and sprinkle salt on it. You hold a lime wedge. You then lick the salt, drink the shot and bite on the lime slice. It's a tradition type thing. Usually after the 4th or 5th shot you forget about the salt and lime.
     
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    pfotoguy DI Forum Adept

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    I had goat meat in the states and liked it. Been tempted to buy some at hypermart and try it. Hey I'm a Marine, I'll eat just about anything that doesn't eat me first.
     
  6. ronv8917

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    Pfotoguy, you must have had the same DI I did for survival training. If it moves, kill it and eat it to stay alive. To be honest, I don't like squid (too chewy) and I've never had cat or dog (that I know of). I do love both grilled rattlesnake, as served in Arizona and Nevada, and deep fried alligator (tail) served in most upscale restaurants in Houston, and like you, I'll try anything once.
     
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    Do you members know there's a restaurant in Dumaguete that specializes in horse?
    Horse steaks, horseburgers, horse adobo ect....
    It's on Pinilli, close to the LDS church.
     
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    Rhoody DI Forum Luminary

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    Gina's Kabayo-an is more a normal eatery. I think it is only Sunday they serve fresh horse dishes. had mixed experience there, but I am biased, had almost unlimited horse products supply in Germany by a world-class horse butcher
     
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    I've never eaten dog (that I know of), but I've eaten a ton of p*ssy.
     
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    goat meat is ideal for making good caldereta
     
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