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    More goat curry...

    3 shoulders, jointed and browned:


    6hrs later:


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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    More goat curry...

    3 shoulders, jointed and browned:


    6hrs later:


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    What spices are you rockin in that curry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    What spices are you rockin in that curry?
    This one is just lazy pre-made curry, like Pataks or Taste of India.
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    Impress the missys with Bunny pie...


    180degC and 40minutes later...



    Mmmmmm



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt4life View Post
    Impress the missys with Bunny pie...


    180degC and 40minutes later...



    Mmmmmm



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    And you mrs thoughts ?

    For me, looks great...".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt4life View Post
    Impress the missys with Bunny pie...


    180degC and 40minutes later...



    Mmmmmm



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    Looks really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Smoker pics please.
    Just a gascraft one from warehouse on special waz $349 got for $229 does the job..used rosemary branches for lamb and mac cubes for trout

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomber View Post
    Just a gascraft one from warehouse on special waz $349 got for $229 does the job..used rosemary branches for lamb and mac cubes for trout

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    @bomber

    Chuck in some savaloys and some nuts next time you fire it up.

    Spread the nuts on some fine mesh.

    Both are delicious smoked.

    I also smoke hard boiled eggs, num num num.
    Just remove the shell from the boiled egg and sit them on the trays

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch View Post
    More goat curry...

    3 shoulders, jointed and browned:


    6hrs later:


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    Show that to people who think goats are just furry reactive targets.
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    Was a wabbit and cheese pie here tonight
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    I wasn't going to eat the bloody rabbit food
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Was a wabbit and cheese pie here tonight
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    I wasn't going to eat the bloody rabbit food
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    Sooogood ay


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    Ya can't beat a meal that has been hunted or fished,the mrs reckons I haven't been to the supermarket for at least 6 years now.
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    Few of the latest creations………..Name:  IMG_1411.jpg
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    this one was based loosely on this recipe, was awesome Goat curry recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food | Recipe Finder blew the misses away and my sister and brother inlaw over from the U.K who was with me when i shot it (surprised myself too)

    The neighbor returned another goat leg i gave him in this form…he can have another:packman:
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    and finally shot my first pig last week after i slow cooked a shoulder on the bbq with a few beers sat night the missus knocked up a slaw ,humus and a couple of flat breads on the bbq served with a dollop of plum sauce,Name:  IMG_4379.jpg
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    of course this too this was tasty as but she's a chef so that gives her the edge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    Few of the latest creations………..Attachment 63459
    this one was based loosely on this recipe, was awesome Goat curry recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food | Recipe Finder blew the misses away and my sister and brother inlaw over from the U.K who was with me when i shot it (surprised myself too)

    The neighbor returned another goat leg i gave him in this form…he can have another:packman:
    Attachment 63460

    and finally shot my first pig last week after i slow cooked a shoulder on the bbq with a few beers sat night the missus knocked up a slaw ,humus and a couple of flat breads on the bbq served with a dollop of plum sauce,Attachment 63461
    of course this too this was tasty as but she's a chef so that gives her the edge.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe link. I have some fresh-ish billy goat back steaks which need some, er, aromatic shielding


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