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    Default Re: Alternative cooking methods

    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    This is an interesting method of the low n slow cooking using hot rocks in the stomach:

    Mongolian Boodog or Khorkhog.

    https://www.mongolfood.info/en/recipes/boodog.html
    I'm sorry Boet, I "eat with my eyes" as well.

    That might be practical and healthy and delicious, but it looks like something that sat on an ESCOM wire and was then left out in the sun for a couple of days!
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    Default Re: Alternative cooking methods

    A SA couple that own and run a butchery in Florida USA did a La Caja China box whole lamb at my sonís wedding. Now that is something that beats a SA spitbraai.

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    Default Re: Alternative cooking methods

    Quote Originally Posted by Estee View Post
    This is an interesting method of the low n slow cooking using hot rocks in the stomach:

    Mongolian Boodog or Khorkhog.

    https://www.mongolfood.info/en/recipes/boodog.html
    Maybe if you are practicing to be some serial killer yes.

    "Hang a marmot or a goat at the head, and cut the skin around its neck. Now it is possible to pull the skin and most of the meat down over the inner skeleton. Break the legs at the knee, so that you only need to pull out the upper leg bones. From the innards, keep the liver and kidneys, which can later be inserted again."
    My ryding: 'n Ding met 4 rubber sirkels en n enjin wat nou en dan aangedryf word met al 4 sirkels

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    Default Re: Alternative cooking methods

    Quote Originally Posted by IcePick88 View Post
    Maybe if you are practicing to be some serial killer yes.

    "Hang a marmot or a goat at the head, and cut the skin around its neck. Now it is possible to pull the skin and most of the meat down over the inner skeleton. Break the legs at the knee, so that you only need to pull out the upper leg bones. From the innards, keep the liver and kidneys, which can later be inserted again."
    Or in simple speak; ''peel the goat or marmot''
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    Default Re: Alternative cooking methods

    Me and my dad peeled a lot of hares like that.
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