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    Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Simply amazing.



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    where does one buy goat ribs?



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonedogg View Post
    where does one buy goat ribs?
    There is this amazing Uzbek restaurant in Shar-e Naw, an upscale neighborhood in Kabul that makes the most amazing goat ribs....


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    There is this amazing Uzbek restaurant in Shar-e Naw, an upscale neighborhood in Kabul that makes the most amazing goat ribs....
    oh yeah, that place. That's like the Applebees of Kabul. Only tourists go there. If you really want good goat ribs, you have to spit yourself a fresh one. Make a nice dry rub out of cardamom, black pepper, and cherry Kool-Aid powder. Apply liberally, take a nice hit off your opium pipe, and let her roast over open coals for 6-8 hours. It's totally worth the dysentery. Way better than your T.G.I. McUzbeky's.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    You know the type of **** that goats eat, right? Pretty sure I'll stick with pork and beef.



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by GoCubsGo View Post
    You know the type of **** that goats eat, right? Pretty sure I'll stick with pork and beef.
    Sure, a goat might chow down on a slice of styrofoam and wash it down with a can of turpentine, but the goat has nothing on swine when it comes to filth. When hogs aren't being fed, they wallow in and chow down on their own excrement. So not only does the pig eat feces, but it also marinates itself in said waste product. Like Jules explained in full detail: "A pig is a filthy animal."


    I agree with the cow. Pretty clean animal. But when your choice is goat or grade F beef, the goat is on the boat.



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneYoda View Post
    Sure, a goat might chow down on a slice of styrofoam and wash it down with a can of turpentine, but the goat has nothing on swine when it comes to filth. When hogs aren't being fed, they wallow in and chow down on their own excrement. So not only does the pig eat feces, but it also marinates itself in said waste product. Like Jules explained in full detail: "A pig is a filthy animal."


    I agree with the cow. Pretty clean animal. But when your choice is goat or grade F beef, the goat is on the boat.
    What about dog? A dog eats its own feces...



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Seriously, where are you getting goat ribs? I've had goat before and loved it. I was reading recently how goat is kind of a super meat: low calorie, high in nutrients, lots of flavor. Something like half the fat of beef or lamb.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by Al_4_State View Post
    Seriously, where are you getting goat ribs? I've had goat before and loved it. I was reading recently how goat is kind of a super meat: low calorie, high in nutrients, lots of flavor. Something like half the fat of beef or lamb.
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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Goats are actually pretty finicky eaters. My dad converted his hog operation in NE Iowa into a goat dairy operation about 6-7 years ago. He milks 200-250 goats depending on freshening and culling. He buys good hay from hay auctions and has to buy the grain pellets. He mixes in his own corn but the goats don't eat the leftover fines.

    I have had ground goat and chops. Both were really good.

    My boxer loves the goat **** though. she usually needs a mint or 2 when we visit.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    My sister is starting to raise goats for meat.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonesurveyor View Post
    Goats are actually pretty finicky eaters.
    Wait... what?

    The goat I eat subsist mainly on old plastic bags and various bits o' garbage.

    Evidently some of the plastic bags have food particles on them and stuff.

    I don't know what your definition of "finicky" is, but the goats around here will eat everything. And I mean everything.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by Phaedrus View Post
    Wait... what?

    The goat I eat subsist mainly on old plastic bags and various bits o' garbage.

    Evidently some of the plastic bags have food particles on them and stuff.

    I don't know what your definition of "finicky" is, but the goats around here will eat everything. And I mean everything.
    I mean the iowa farm dairy production type.


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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    I think the Kentucky school of BBQ includes more smoked lamb and goat. Its a common deal at restaurants there.



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    Re: Slow-cooked BBQ Goat Ribs

    Quote Originally Posted by GoCubsGo View Post
    You know the type of **** that goats eat, right? Pretty sure I'll stick with pork and beef.
    Hilarious... you know what pigs eat?



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