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Is Nuptials Day

No, not for Self.

Hippie Nu P-tiles, zompus and paparatti!

Make an honest man of him now. *G*

I did today watch the remake of 3:10 to Yuma with Mr. Russell Crowe and Mr. Christian Bale. Not to mention Mr. Alan Tudyk and Mr. Peter Fonda. These are simply the faces I recognise without a lot of thought. Now, I think excellent performances are delivered by all involved. And I'm still, personally, partial to the 1957 release with Mr. Glenn Ford and Mr. Van Heflin. Not to be mis-taken, I enjoyed both a great deal, and I'm even rather pleased to see a fairly faithful re-write of the most significant scenes.

Dinner this evening with friends. I'm providing the carne. We shall enjoy Sloppy Goats. Sort of like Sloppy Joes. Only Goats.


( 3 comments — Leave a comment )
Mar. 29th, 2009 11:32 am (UTC)
Congratulations to your friends!

Hello! You don't know me from Eve, but starcat_jewel sent me here because I asked for goat recipes on my LJ.
Mar. 29th, 2009 12:24 pm (UTC)
Hullo there. I'm not the primary cook of the family, and she is off for the weekend so I'll ask later. The quick answer is, depending on the cut one can pretty much apply any other recipe for other meat to goat. Taste will be probably less gamey than but more similar to venison than mutton or lamb, though kid will be similar to lamb.

The Sloppy Goats referenced above is ground goat (I used some done as sausage, so there is some black pepper and a couple other spices mixed in, not sure what), and salsa. Our ground goat is too lean to make patties for burgers, so Sloppy Goats. Proportions in this instance were 2 lbs goat and 1 jar (approx 1 lb) salsa. Sorry... didn't keep the jar to refer for size. Well, it's not like gone, but I'm not digging for it at this hour either. We generally purchase in that size lot, however.

I've seen your comments over to starcat_jewel's place. Welcome!
Apr. 1st, 2009 11:12 pm (UTC)
Thank you! Very helpful - if I can adapt lamb recipes, I have several ideas.
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