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Old 01-11-2019, 06:16 AM   #211
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Served over Rice with a Twice-Baked Potato and Stuffed Mushrooms...

Yup! Spud AND Rice... don't remember why ...




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Old 01-11-2019, 08:35 AM   #212
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Yer killin me with that LT..!! Oh my gosh how I love Oxtail Stew and noodles. If you could find them they were so cheap in the old days, now they are still hard to find but big bucks. There's just something extra special about their flavor with all that bone and unmistakable oxtail broth! *thud*
There must be an Asian market somewhere near you. They usually have hard-to-find ingredients that are much less expensive than regular markets.
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:08 AM   #213
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Asian markets are a good bet. I see some pretty weird stuff in those places.

I wonder if oxtail is a common food item with Asians, though. I've seen a lot of food shows in different parts of Asia (I'm a Bizarre Foods addict) and I don't recall Andrew having oxtail is Asia anywhere. I'm pretty sure he had it in Mexico, however. My point is I wonder if an Asian market would have them.

It's too bad I don't have the means to buy a few packages and ship them to you, Kay

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Asian markets are a good bet. I see some pretty weird stuff in those places.

I wonder if oxtail is a common food item with Asians, though. I've seen a lot of food shows in different parts of Asia (I'm a Bizarre Foods addict) and I don't recall Andrew having oxtail is Asia anywhere. I'm pretty sure he had it in Mexico, however. My point is I wonder if an Asian market would have them.

It's too bad I don't have the means to buy a few packages and ship them to you, Kay

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The ones in my area do.
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The ones in my area do.
Cool. Perhaps she can find them if she has Asian markets in her area.
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Old 01-11-2019, 10:25 AM   #216
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SC is going to check our Mexican market for oxtails. I bet they have them. There's no Asian markets within a reasonable distance and Amish markets are thousands of miles from California.

I have the recipe all printed out and ready to go LT, so I'm hoping for the best. Every cow has a tail.
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:25 AM   #217
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My Asian market stocks them, but only the last ten or so inches of the tail... not enough meat for the buck... Amish Markets sell you the whole thing !
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The nearest Amish market to me is hundreds of miles away.
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.............. Wait for it !! lol
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