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Old 02-10-2010, 10:28 PM   #1
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Birria De Chivo!!!

Had this for dinner tonight. We had to go over and shovel snow for the old folks and we didn'[t have time to cook. So we took the kids out to a tiny Mexican place that my wife and I often go to when the kids are off doing something else. It was AMAZING. The wife found this recipe. It looks to be very close to what I had. I cannot wait to try it. If I can't find goat I will use lamb.

Masa Assassin: Birria De Chivo Recipe - Goat Stew

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Old 02-10-2010, 11:19 PM   #2
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Way too authentic for me!!I am glad you like it though.
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Old 02-14-2010, 08:37 PM   #3
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Way too authentic for me!!I am glad you like it though.
No knocking until you try! I gave a bite to my wife and my two girls (10 and 13) they all liked it. If I can get tween and teenage girls to try and like it then you just gotta give it a try.
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Old 02-15-2010, 05:11 AM   #4
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I think WannaBe is playing with you...Heck, he was just recently looking for recipes to make Menudo at home!

Your Birria looks great... I have a new stop for work out in the country..on the way there is a small sign..just says "Goat Meat for Sale" with an arrow pointing down a dirt road...I think I'll stop in...

What part of the animal do I ask for? Leg, ribs? other than La Cabeza I mean..

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Old 02-15-2010, 10:29 AM   #5
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Eric, The meat is slow cooked so I imagine it has to be a tough meat to begin with. Personally I was going to go with anything I found as goat meat is not common in my area. I know that they sell breast of lamb. I figure they probably sell the same kind of cuts on goat. Breast/ribs seems like it would be a tougher cut of meat suitable for slow cooking. Also, the recipe states to skim the fat. Breast/rib meat would have some fat but would not be overly fatty.
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Old 02-15-2010, 10:53 PM   #6
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Optional ingrediant "yuck"

All recipies derived from boiling any type of head is out of bounds for me.I know that all processed foods contain things that would just make you mentally sick if you knew what was really in them.I can have a hot dog once in a while and pretend that it never happend.I cant however add anything to my pot that I cant even bare to look at in a meat case.Heads,tripe,octopus,squid,any organ meat,feet with hooves still attached,cat fish of any type,and the worst of all of these is a head.This sounds like spams secret recipe.I know the head was an opptional ingrediant and otherwise it sounded like a nice stew asside from the goat meat.Goats are in my oppinion the most vile of mammels.You can dump a bucket of radio active waste in front of them and they will eat it all and want more.My mother had a goat and it would eat anything and it grossed me out.Thanks for the recipe though big daddy. I guess Im too far gone to see the other side of some things.
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:20 PM   #7
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Wow, thanks for dissing my tastes. It's good to know that I have the eating habits of a pig in slop.

Whereas I am not disgusted by most people's unimaginative eating habits I do however get disgusted when those same unimaginative people show disrespect towards others who are willing to go off the beaten path for a culinary adventure.

Most of the ingredients you listed are what, at one time or another, were referred to as "poor food". These were the things that were thrown to the servants as they were not worth the good cuts. Most poor cultures then took these throw aways that the well to do deemed disgusting and turned it into really tasty food. Lets take for example the pig. The plantation owners took the hams, loins, shoulders and chops and left the feet, innards, ribs, neck, head and skin for the slaves. Do you like bar b que, head cheese, sausage, lentil soup with hocks? Thank a slave and a stupid "master" for them.

I guess I will take my disgusting eating habits and sit over here with the interesting people. You can have all that macaroni and cheese and boneless skinless chicken breast, I've got something better over at my table. Just look for the "Adventurers Welcome" sign.
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Is it sweet tasting bigd?
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Old 02-16-2010, 10:38 PM   #9
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Its very savory with a sweet undertone to it. I think it is the sauce that truely makes the dish. Lots of care when into it's invention. It is the second time I have found a recipe that required roasting dried peppers and then rehydrating them. What a concept!
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It sounds like it would knock your socks off with all those peppers in it. I like the idea of roasting the peppers for sweetness etc.
Gotta say, it sounds OK by me. I don't know that I'd use the "optional" ingredient as I THINK that might be tough to come by around here!

Can't be any worse than head cheese being made.
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