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Old 05-01-2011, 07:12 PM   #1
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Default Got anything for Goats/Sheep?

I was lucky enough to take a nice Red Ram this weekend. Does anyone have any recipes for mutton? Any recommendations would be most appreciated.
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Old 05-01-2011, 08:07 PM   #2
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Congrats on the Red Ram. Give it a day or two and I bet someone will have a good recipe for it. Bob
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i have found that soaking mutton in pineapple juice/ salt brine mixture for a few hours removes the small, tenderizes the meat and gives the mat a good flavor.

remove meat from brine solution, season with your favorite spices/ seasonings, smoke at 240 degrees for about 2 hours, remove and wrap meat in foil. return to smoker for another couple of hours til meat pulls away from bone.
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Thanks y'all. It was a red corsican...he was pretty rank. We let him bleed out in the cooler for about 3 days like we do all our deer and antelope, didn't work on him though....Since then, Hubby shot a nice Catalina and we're gonna try this! Thanks again. Will let you know how it goes and try to post some pictures too!
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Thanks, skeeter! That looks like a very delicious recipe.
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