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    That really get's my Goat...........cooked

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    So, I've got a goat leg section and a big slow cooker. I'm basically planning on the low and slow method but could use some new inspiration for spicing. Any ideas or suggestions?

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    Apropos of nothing.
    But I'll think of something.


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    Goat can be substituted for mutton in any recipe
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    Tomato goes well with goat- tenderizes it nicely too.

    I'll never turn down a good curry or masala with goat.

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    Goat Ghosht. I posted a recipe for it in Kuno's journal at one point, I'll dig it out later.
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