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Booshway
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What,no beets?.....Sounds good,I may try this....


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Hivernant
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I've been learning to cook central asian food. One of the very popular dishes starts out as a mutton stew made with onions(sliced), carrots (julienned) and meat (in cubes). The stew (zivak) is made and spices Turmeric, cumin and others are added and the meat is cooked until tender. Then rice is added along with raisins, barberries and allowed to steam until the liquid is absorbed into the rice.
 
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Booshway
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That DOES sound good....


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Shoshone, what kind of rice do you use? Brown, white, or wild? Also would like to know more about barberries. That is a new berry for me. Smiler
 
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Hivernant
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I use an Afghani brand Basmati rice. The trick is to rinse it several times before cooking it.
Barberries are red dried berries like cranberries. You can get them in Persian markets in bulk or packaged as Zeresh.
 
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Hivernant
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Nice recipe.
Thanks


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Booshway
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When I was a kid, Mom would get a hankerin' for rack of lamb, roast lamb or lamb chops every once in a while. When this occurred, there was no dealing with her, so Dad would Take whichever of us kids wanted to, to a small cafe nearby where we could get real food, meaning something other than boiled sidehill rabbit. I always went for chicken fried steak with strawberry rhubarb pie for dessert.

Dad always said the only things sheep were good for were mittens, coats, and to keep the coyotes from killing calves.

We did have goat fairly often though, there were three Mexican families on our block and they knew how cook it. I found out later that goat, chevonne, cabrito, whatever you want to call it is the most common red meat eaten on Earth

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Booshway
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An' one of the best.I've eaten a lot of goat,and lamb.But Mom would never let mutton in her house,claimed it stunk up the place,I've never had mutton prepared by someone who liked it...


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Yeeessss, birria de chivo...me gusta mucho, er, good stuff. I like to eat at el chivo feliz, the happy goat, the place with the picture of the billy goat with the toothy grin out front. You roll up strips of goat meat in your tortilla and dip it in the broth, the birria. Yummy! El León


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Booshway
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Geez,Leon,you got me drooling with that description,an' I just finished eating!


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Glad to be of service!


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Booshway
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Well, I won't upset my brothers here with my feelings about mutton, so I'll just say that I'm sure glad that y'all like it and have some good recipes!


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